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Response, Not Review: Impressions from Facilitating Effective Peer Response
How do faculty in disciplines outside of writing build peer response into their curriculum and course design? This was the key question at hand during “Facilitating Effective Peer Response,” the first workshop of the Fall 2022 semester hosted by the Roger & Joyce Howe Center for Writing Excellence.
Howe Center Receives Three National Awards for Outstanding Writing Scholarship and Program Development
The Roger & Joyce Howe Center for Writing Excellence has earned three national awards in 2022 for outstanding writing scholarship and program development.
HWC Announces Winners of Spring Poetry Contest
Results are in for the Howe Writing Center's Spring 2022 poetry contest, Colors. Olivia Triance (Biology and Individualized Studies) took first-prize honors. Runner-up and the staff choice was Catarina Palmer (Biochemistry and Premedical Studies) with graduate student Ashlee Flora (School Psychology) in third place.
Winners of the HWC's Spring Writing Contest
Results are in for the Howe Writing Center's Spring 2022 creative non-fiction writing contest, Luck + Chance. Meredith Perkins (Creative Writing and Diplomacy and Global Politics) took first-prize honors. Runner-up was Sofia Rakic (Psychology and Philosophy) with Olivia Kelly (Linguistics and Spanish) in third place. Graduate student, JoAnn Su, (Health, Education, and Society) earned staff choice recognition.
HWC Consultants Present at ECWCA
As part of our continuing professional development for consultants, six Howe Writing Center (HWC) consultants and staff attended the East Central Writing Centers Association (ECWCA) Conference at Michigan State University in East Lansing, March 31-April 1.
Changing Graduate Writing with Dr. Mandy Olejnik
Mandy Olejnik Working Toward Change in Graduate Writing as she defends her doctoral dissertation, “Writing Across the (Graduate) Curriculum: Toward Systemic Change in Graduate Writing Support and Graduate Faculty Development.”
HCWE Awarded Certificate of Excellence from National Council of Teachers of English
The Howe Center for Writing Excellence (HCWE) was awarded the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Writing Program Certificate of Excellence by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).
Creating Capstone Assignments that Innovate Beyond the Classroom
Howe Writing Across the Curriculum (HWAC) offers resource for creating capstones that will move students beyond the classroom.
HCWE Faculty Writing Fellows Earn Promotion and Tenure
Howe Center for Writing Excellence Faculty Writing Fellows granted promotion and tenure during Miami University's board of trustees February 25, 2022 meeting.