Schedule


English Week 2018 at a Glance

Tuesday, March 20

11:00-11:45 AM Campus Center 307
Monsters in the Mirror
Jennifer Mahoney, Mike Hughes, Kelin Hull, Jason Aukerman, and Pierre Watson

12:30-1:15 PM Campus Center 307
Putting English Skills to Work: How Students Become Advocates
Gail Bennett with Rosie Bryant, Erin Kelley and Guadalupe Pimentel-Solano

2:00-2:45 PM Campus Center 307
An Inclusive Writing Center Centers its Writers
JJ Gramlich and Varshini Balaji

Wednesday, March 21

11:00-11:45 AM Campus Center 307
More than a Major: Using Undergrad Experiences to Shape College and Career
Hannah Haas, Tony Reitz, Sarah Zike Krystiana Kosibucki, NataLeigh Mosley and Aaron Love

12:30-1:15 PM Campus Center 307
Linguistics in our Lives: Trump and Clinton, Harry Potter, Attack Ads, American Idol, Sexual Violence, Cell Phone Ads, and the NRA
Susan Shepherd and sociolinguistics students

2:00-2:45 PM Campus Center 307
A Debate on Fan Fiction: Creative or Derivative?
Carrie Sickmann Han, Megan Musgrave, Bayleigh Saulmon, and Elizabeth Coffman-Mackey

Thursday, March 22

11:00-11:45 AM Campus Center 307
Linguistics and the Study of Language in the Global Community
Erin Miller, Sadie Howbaker, Sarah Grace Fraser with Thom Upton, Estela Ene, Fred DiCamilla, and Susan Shepherd.

12:30-1:15 PM Campus Center 307
Writing in Workplaces and Public Spaces: Gaining Experience and Getting Published
Andy Buchenot and students

2:00-2:45 PM Campus Center 307
From Prompt to Publication: Getting Your Creative Ideas into the World
Terry Kirts, Sarah Layden, and students