CCCC 2010

As a first-timer at The Conference on College Composition and Communication (Cs for short), I didn’t know what to expect. A lot of people wearing thick, black glasses? Monkeys? What I got was a plethora of free food, plenty of free drinks, and a banquet of delectable conference presentations, including one with a monkey! More …

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CRDM Students at CCCC

Twelve CRDM Students will be presenting their work at CCCC in Louisville this week. Thanks to Robin Oswald for aggregating this information! PARTICIPANT PRESENTATION/PANEL/WORKSHOP Kevin Brock Facilitator, Is there space in this class? Designing effective and efficient learning environments with new technologies Session Chair, Revisiting the First-Year Curriculum: Genres, Visuals, and Arguments Lauren Clark Presenter, …

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Pair of Awards for a Pair of Second-Years

Two second-year CRDM students, David Gruber and Jason Kalin, won recognition at NC State's university-wide Graduate Student Research Symposium on Friday, March 11th. David won first place in the Social Sciences and Management category and Jason won second place in the Humanities and Design category. Their titles and abstracts follow below. Congrats to the both …

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Putting the “Arduino” in “CRDM”

A number of students and several faculty in the CRDM program have formed a group, led by Dr. David Rieder, to learn about and experiment with the Arduino microprocessor board (http://www.arduino.cc). The goal is to explore what electrical and physical computing can offer to expand our understanding of the humanities through various projects undertaken by …

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Social Media Roundtable

Each year, NC State's Department of Communication organizes CommWeek, a five-day blitz of communication-related events, panels, discussions, and guest speakers. CRDM was asked to participate by hosting a roundtable discussion on social media, given our program's focus and the interesting research that many of are engaged in in which many of us are engaged (sorry; …

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