Publications

e-WAC: The CWP Newsletter

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Annual Reports

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Recent Staff Publications and Presentations

Amy Lannin, PhD

Academic Publications

Lannin, A. (2014). The sound of pencils on the page: Freewriting in a junior high school classroom. Writing and Pedagogy. 6.3, 555-581.

Lannin, A., Kline, K., Knowles, A., Kohnen, A., Singer, N., and Stokes, V. (2014). From ELA teacher to literacy expert: Reimagining our roles. The English Journal. 104.2, 54-60.

Taxis, T., Lannin, A., Selting, B., & Lamberson, W. (2014). Effect of making an audio recording of a term paper on writing quality. Natural Sciences Education. 43, 81-84.

Lannin, A. & Townsend, M. (forthcoming). Graduate student perspectives: Career development through serving as writing-intensive GTAs. Book chapter accepted to Across the Disciplines: Graduate Writing Across the Disciplines

Academic Presentations

Cisco, J. and Lannin, A. (2015, April). Teaching genetics and justice through writing: One biologist’s approach to promoting equity in the classroom. Presentation at the American Education Research Association Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Selting, B., Miller, L., and Lannin, A. (2015, March). Against all odds: An interdisciplinary partnership takes a chance with writing and video technology in a nursing course. Presentation at the Conference on College Composition and Communication Annual Convention, Tampa, Florida.

Cisco, J. and Lannin, A. (2014, December). Moving beyond bullet-point thinking: The multiple voices of a large writing across the curriculum program. Presentation at the Literacy Research Association Annual Conference, Marco Island, Florida.

Franklin, K. and Lannin, A. (2014, December). Reaching teachers and students: Studies of professional development programs in writing. Presentation at the Literacy Research Association Annual Conference, Marco Island, Florida. 

Cisco, J. and Lannin, A. (2014, July). The scholarly work of a WPA: Cross- disciplinary research in a large WAC program. Presentation at the Writing Program Administrators Annual Conference, Normal, Illinois.

Lannin, A. (2014, June). Writing program administration and interdisciplinary committee work: Transforming friction into productive sparks. Presentation at the International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, Minneapolis, MN, USA.

Lannin, A., Townsend, M., Simpson, J., Peters, C., First, N. (2015, May). Models to teach by: Writing Intensive Project Awards for innovative teaching. Presentation at University of Missouri’s Celebration of Teaching, Columbia, MO.

Leonhard, B., and Lannin, A. (2015, May). Teaching and learning with academic integrity: Teaching to prevent plagiarism. Presentation at University of Missouri’s Celebration of Teaching, Columbia, MO. 

External Funding

STEM-based Literacy: A Statewide Initiative. Improving Teaching Quality Grant, Department of Higher Education. Total Budget: $1,656,217.20. Role: PI / Project Leader. Funded. 2015.

Missouri Writing Project, Seed Grant. The National Writing Project. Total annual budget: $20,000. Role: Co-PI. Funded. 2013. Renewed for 2015.

Missouri Writing Projects Network, Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Total annual budget: $330,000 (distributed to five National Writing Project Sites; $58,000 to University of Missouri’s Missouri Writing Project). Role: PI. Funded annually since 2011. Renewed for 2014- 2015 at $200,000 ($37,476 to MWP work at the University of Missouri). 

Jonathan Cisco, PhD

Academic Publications

Lannin, A. Cisco, J., Hodgson-Philbrook, J., & Philbrook, M. (in progress). “How do you know that works?” A mixed methods approach to assessing student writing in Writing Intensive courses.

Townsend, M., Lannin, A., & Cisco, J. (in progress).Writing Intensive courses: How symbiosis pays off.

Cisco, J. (accepted, in press). A case study of university honors students in the humanities. Literacy Research and Instruction

Cisco, J. (2014). Teaching the literature review. A practical approach for college and secondary teachers. Teaching and Learning Inquiry, 2, 41-57. 

Academic Presentations

Cisco, J. (2015, May). Apps for academics: How to be an effective, efficient professor and researcher. Presented at the University of Missouri’s Celebration of Teaching conference, Columbia MO.

Lannin, A. & Cisco, J. (2015, April). Teaching genetics and justice through writing: One biologist’s approach to promoting equity in the classroom. Roundtable session presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Cisco, J. & Lannin, A. (2014, December). Moving beyond bullet-point thinking: The multiple voices of a large writing across the curriculum program. Roundtable session presented at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, Marco Island, FL.

Lannin, A. & Cisco, J. (2014, July). The scholarly workings of a WPA: Cross- disciplinary research in a large WAC program. Session presented at the meeting of the Writing Program Administrators, Normal, IL.

Cisco, J. (2014, June). Extending the Burkean parlor metaphor: Teaching strategies for writing literature reviews for undergraduate and graduate writers. Session presented at the meeting of the International Writing Across the Curriculum Association, Minneapolis, MN. 

Bonita Selting, PhD

Academic Publications

Selting, B., (2014) The value of service learning for student-veterans:Transitioning to academic cultures through writing and experiential learning. In S. Doe and L. Langstraat (Eds.) Generation Vet: Composition, Student Veterans, and the post 9/11 University. (pp. 24-256). Boulder, CO: Utah State U. Press. 

Academic Presentations

Selting, B., Miller, L., and Lannin, A. (2015, March). Against all odds: An interdisciplinary partnership takes a chance with writing and video technology in a nursing course. Presentation at the Conference on College Composition and Communication Annual Convention, Tampa, Florida.

Selting, B. (2014, June). Confounding the rubric ritual: How conventional interdisciplinary faculty look at unconventional writing criteria. Session presented at the meeting of the International Writing Across the Curriculum Association, Minneapolis, MN.

Selting, B., Lannin, A., Cisco, J. (2014, May) Teaching Writing Intensive Courses: Why Should You Do It? How Should You Do It? Half day Workshop Presented at the University of Missouri’s Celebration of Teaching conference, Columbia MO

Haunted Writing Workshop 2013

Artifacts:  A Journal of Undergradute Writing at the University of Missouri

The Writery, Newsletter of the Campus Writing Program