"Designing Innovative Writing Assignments" - February 22, 1-3pm; Gelman 301-302
All faculty are invited to join us for a roundtable discussion over lunch on designing innovative and problem-centered assignments and preparing students for success on these types of challenging projects. The following Writing in the Disciplines (WID) faculty members will present their strategies:
Jonathan Hsy, Associate Professor of English
Kathryn Kleppinger, Associate Professor of French Studies and International Affairs
Kimberly Morgan, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
Tara Radin, Teaching Assistant Professor of Strategic Management & Public Policy
Alexander van der Horst, Assistant Professor of Astrophysics
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