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Jason Tham, Joe Moses and Kendra Wiswell pose for a picture outside of Nolte Center

Agile Writing Project

Isaac Asimov said, “Writing is a lonely job.” Other writers like Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings say that writing is “agony.” Jason Tham, a graduate instructor and PhD candidate in rhetoric and scientific and technical communication, and Joe Moses, a senior lecturer in the Department of Writing Studies, are looking at ways to make team-based writing faster, more efficient, and, well, “Agile.”
Richard Graff in virtual recreation of the Pnyx.

Experiencing the Past: Making Ancient Greek Rhetoric Relevant

Writing Studies Professor Richard Graff parnters with both the University of Minnesota's Interactive Visualization Lab (IV/LAB) and collaborators at Pennsylvania State University to virtually recreate the environments where ancient Greek rhetoric was performed, revealing new insights regarding the relationship between communication and the spaces and media in which it occurs.

Writing Studies at #4C17

Congratulations to all the Writing Studies students, faculty, and instructors presenting at the Conference on College Composition and Communication convention next week, March 15-18, 2017, in Portland, Oregon. The theme of the convention is "Cultivating Capacity, Creating Change."

Writing Studies at ATTW 2017

Writing Studies Professors Lee-Ann Kastman Breuch and Ann Hill Duin, and PhD students Nathan Bollig, Chakrika Veeramoothoo, Jeremy Rosselot-Merritt, and Rachel Tofteland-Trampe, are presenting at the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW) conference in Portland, Oregon, on March 15.