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Teaching The Literature Review

Campus Writing Program Coordinator, Jonathan Cisco, recently had an article published in the ISSOTL Journal: Teaching and Learning Inquiry.  The article is available on JSTOR.

CWP Presenting at Celebration of Teaching May 20, 2014

Preconference workshops require advanced reservation to attend. Seat reservations are made during registration. Workshops that are full have a waiting list. Each cancellation will be filled with the next person on the waiting list. Preconference Workshops Continental breakfast at 8:30 am…

Campus Writing Program Honors Outstanding Writing Intensive Teaching

On April 18, 2014, the Campus Writing Program was honored to present eight MU faculty members with a 2014 Writing Intensive Excellence Award in recognition of their efforts in promoting writing across the curriculum.  This year’s awardees were Goodie Bhullar…

Engineering Professor Earns Win Horner Award

James Noble learned the value of revision and peer review early in his academic career. That has motivated him to help his students learn the same writing lessons. Noble, a professor of industrial and manufacturing system engineering at MU, has…

Subject Librarians Help Students with Writing Assignments

Do you know your subject librarian? Each academic department or program is assigned a subject librarian. These experts in information seeking, research methods, and scholarly communication support writing instruction in several ways: Customized group instruction on how to find, evaluate, and…

Chemistry Professor Embraces the Science of Writing

Rainer Glaser sits at a table in his office hunched over a picture frame. He stares at the frame, contemplating the two large words enclosed by the shiny glass and sturdy wood: Docendo Discimus. “By teaching, we learn,” Glaser says, translating…

Syllabus Tips

In preparing your syllabus for the semester, we offer the following as information that would be good to include and (even better) to discuss with your students.  Feel free to take, use, and adapt. Student Learning Goals:  Through this Writing…

Call For Proposals – Writing Intensive Faculty Development Award

Call for Proposals for Writing Intensive Faculty Development Award The Campus Writing Board encourages faculty and departments to submit proposals to fund Writing Intensive-related special projects or initiatives such as new pilot WI courses and curriculum development and instruction which…

Hook, Line, & Sinker Published!

Hook, Line, and Sinker: A Collection of Fish Tales from Missouri Anglers, has been published! It’s so exciting to see Dr. Mark Morgan’s Faculty Development Award published in full! See the original story behind Hook, Line, and Sinker at Mizzou Wire’s “Fish Story.” Order Hook, Line,

New Members Appointed to Campus Writing Board

The Campus Writing Board has been named for the 2013-14 academic year and includes seven new members. The campus-wide faculty committee is authorized to set Campus Writing Program policy and approve courses as Writing Intensive (WI). Members of the board ensure the…