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January 20, 2012

Congrats Trent Kays!

PhD student, Trent Kays had a conference proposal accepted for the Digital (De-)(Re-)Territorializations: New Theory for New Media conference, held and moderated by Bowling Green State University.

Trent had a six word memoir published in Six Words About Work, from SMITH Magazine and edited by Larry Smith.

And, Trent is also the new Open Essays Section Editor for the Writing About Writing Newsletter, which will be debuting for the 2012 CCCC.

New Eyes - On Colleagues, Collegiality & "Seeing In" the New Term

Check out this short, reflective essay by RSTC alum, Merry Rendahl. Merry is an Assistant Professor in the Writing Studies Department at UMD.

New Eyes - On Colleagues, Collegiality & "Seeing In" the New Term

January 17, 2012

Locating Visual-Material Rhetorics: The Map, the Mill, and the GPS

Dr. Amy Propen, RSTC doctoral alum (2007) and assistant professor at York College of Pennsylvania, has just published her book Locating Visual-Material Rhetorics: The Map, the Mill, and the GPS (Parlor Press). See http://www.parlorpress.com/propen.
Congratulations, Amy!

Paul Anheier's Final Oral Examination

Ph.D. in RHETORIC and SCIENTIFIC and TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION

Final Oral Examination by Paul Anheier

"Stasis, Change, and Pedagogic Struggle in the Teaching of Technical Writing: A Cultural Study of Houp and Pearsall's Reporting Technical Information."

Bernadette Longo, Advisor


Friday, January 20th, 2012
10:00 a.m.
201 Nicholson Hall

Everyone is welcome. Please attend if you can.