Poetry Reading by Philip Kobylarz and Tim Myers from the English Department.
Time: 4 pm
Date: Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Location: Locatelli center
Most of us know what multimodal writing and composing are – or do we?
When students and faculty talk about multimodal writing and composing, are we all talking about the same thing? Panelists from faculty to students, from English to Music, will discuss how they compose and why they compose in the ways that they do – and it isn’t always with alphabetic text at the forefront. How does disciplinary perspective play into interacting with and creating multimodal themselves? And how do students and faculty learn to interact with and create such texts?
Excited about these ideas? Please come and share your ideas with the panelists and with each other. Students, staff, and faculty all welcome and warmly invited.
Facilitators: Simone Billings, Director of Core Writing Program
Tricia Serviss, Assistant Professor of English
Roundtable possible thanks to the generous funding of the Bannan Institute
Congratulations to the following freshman whose reviews of current de Saisset Museum exhibits, written for English 2A Critical Thinking and Writing II: Art, Culture & Social Justice, have been selected for publication on the museum's website.
Arya Faili is a freshman Engineering student at Santa Clara University. In his free time he enjoys photography as it allows him to unwind from his studies, express himself, and enlighten the lives of others.
Patterson Jaffurs is a freshman Computer Science and Engineering student. He enjoys reading, swimming, and playing video games.
Zain Umerani is currently a freshman at Santa Clara University majoring in Computer Science and Engineering. In his free time he likes to code, bike, read, or surf the web.
Chonsa Schmidt, a freshman at Santa Clara University, came from Honolulu, Hawaii to major in molecular bioengineering. She currently works in the Office of Undergraduate Admission as a Student Ambassador, plays Ultimate Frisbee, and is an active member of Engineers without Borders.
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Professor Aparajita Nanda has been promoted to Senior Lecturer.
Cruz Medina was featured in Syracuse University's podcast on Rhetoric. Read More »
Our Spring 2014 English students' work was recognized on the de Saisset exhibit at Santa Clara University. Read More »
Professor Dreher's Course "Vocation: Your Personal Renaissance" was recognized on William Sullivan's article.