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John Bowders and Enos Inniss lead a presentation on the campus writing project award.Civil department, Campus Writing Program team up to improve communication skills

Sept. 10, 2015

Strong communication skills might not be the first thing people think of when discussing key components of an engineering education. But the ability to comprehensibly communicate ideas and to propose solutions is an essential engineering skill. A pair of University of Missouri civil engineering faculty members and the Campus Writing Program teamed up to make sure engineering students have what it takes.

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Miriam GolombBiological Sciences Professor Earns Win Horner Award

June 5, 2015

Biological Sciences Professor Miriam Golomb sees Writing Intensive (WI) courses as a chance for students to re-examine concepts with a deeper understanding.

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Joan HermsenWI Class Challenges Students to Collaborate

June 5, 2015

For Joan Hermsen, teaching a Writing Intensive (WI) class is a collaborative learning process that enhances course content and cultivates an invaluable skill set.

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Coffee Conversation: Best Practices For Group Work

December 8, 2015

9:30am - 10:30am

Conley House

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Faculty Writing Retreat

December 11, 2015

9:00am - 3:00pm

Conley House

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Spring 2016 Faculty Writing Intensive Workshop

January 12-13, 2016

8:30am - 3:00pm

MU Old Alumni Center

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