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Graduate Certificate
recognizes sustained, advanced study in composition, literacy, pedagogy, and rhetoric. Read More >
Public and Professional Writing
allows students to develop their writing, learn professional genres, explore internships, and earn a certificate. Read More >
Advanced Undergraduate Courses
for undergraduates who want to prepare to teach or become better composers of traditional or digital media.  Read More >
First-Year Composition
helps undergraduates become more engaged, imaginative, and disciplined composers as they start their studies. Read More >
Doctoral Program
committed to inquiry in composition, pedagogy, literacy studies, rhetoric, and digital media.  Read More >

Featured Story

Composition PhDs Moving on to New Jobs

Congratulations to Nathaniel Heggins Bryant, Danielle Koupf, Erin Anderson, and Pamela VanHaitsma who defended their dissertations this spring and are now moving on to their new positions.
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News and Events

A Celebration of Grad Writing in Literacy, Pedagogy, Rhetoric

A Celebration of Grad Writing in Literacy, Pedagogy, Rhetoric. Our featured speakers will be Trisha Learn More >

Recomposing the History of the English Language for Writing Instruction, Teacher Education and Translingual Pedagogies in the Global Age

Justin Sevenker, Beth Matway, & Marylou Gramm investigate the long but uneven association between composition, teacher education, Learn More >

Digital Media Showcase

A pedagogy roundtable will be followed by a showcase of student work.

12-1 Digital Pedagogy Roundtable: Hear Learn More >

Digital Brown Bag: Copyright: Ownership, Permissions, and Fair Use

Laura R. Hillock will discuss Copyright: Ownership, Permissions, and Fair Use.

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Petra Dierkes-Thrun, "Digital Pedagogy and the Humanities Today: How to Do Things with Books and Screens"

How can faculty and graduate students develop and implement enriching digital pedagogy ideas in their traditional face-to-face Learn More >