Fall 2015

Course Code Title/Instructor Meets
WRPG 101-01 U.S. Research Writing for International Students
Instructor: Lisa Wolff
Course Description:
For non-native English speakers. Reinforcing and extending skills taught in First-Year Seminar, this course explains American academic discourse to international students by examining the forms, conventions, and expectations of American academic writing. Students will practice the research and writing processes, analyze the choices American writers make in organization and argument, and improve their word choice and sentence structure. One-half credit. Offered every year.
0930:MW   ALTHSE 109
WRPG 101-02 U.S. Research Writing for International Students
Instructor: Lisa Wolff
Course Description:
For non-native English speakers. Reinforcing and extending skills taught in First-Year Seminar, this course explains American academic discourse to international students by examining the forms, conventions, and expectations of American academic writing. Students will practice the research and writing processes, analyze the choices American writers make in organization and argument, and improve their word choice and sentence structure. One-half credit. Offered every year.
 
WRPG 211-01 Writing in and for Digital Environments
Instructor: Sarah Kersh
Course Description:
Cross-listed with ENGL 212-01.In this course, students will think about the stakes of writing in a range of digital environmentsblogs, online forums, personal collections (pinterest, tumblr, twitter, facebook, etc), as well as the politics and history of publishing, copyright, and the public domain. In addition, students will examine archives and the responsibility of holdings within a library or other institution. Finally, students will learn the technical skills to create a class website as they consider writing across different environments.
1030:TR   DENNY 203