Krystin Gollihue presents her work on #farmher at Carolina Rhetoric Conference

Second-year CRDM student Krystin Gollihue presented at the Carolina Rhetoric Conference held at the University of South Carolina. Her presentation was titled "#FarmHer and the Hybrid Rhetoric of 21st Century Female Farmers" and detailed a visual analysis of Instagram images made by women in agriculture that both push against and reify the boundaries of traditional …

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Kendra L. Andrews presents at the International Conference on Writing Analytics and receives acceptance to the Dartmouth Summer Seminar for Composition Research

Last week, second-year CRDMer, Kendra L. Andrews,  attended the International Conference on Writing Analytics in St. Petersburg, Florida where she presented on “Mining for Transfer: Using MyReviewers to Address Evidence of Writing Transfer in Upper-Level STEM courses.” Her presentation evolved from her work with Dr. Chris Anson on a NSF-funded research project on facilitated peer review …

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Desiree, Kendra, Chen Presented at The Watson Conference

CRDM students Desirre Dighton, Kendra L. Andrews, and Chen Chen presented at The Watson Conference with CRDM faculty Dr. Stacey Pigg this past week in Louisville, KY. Dr. Pigg was an invited speaker to the conference, and they presented their collaborative project titled "Sketchnoting, Mobility, and Writing a Spatial Self." The presenters would also like …

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Krystin Gollihue Presented at the Cultural Rhetorics Conference

Krystin Gollihue, a second-year CRDM student, presented at the Cultural Rhetorics annual conference at Michigan State University on October 3 as a part of a panel titled, “Locating the Knowledge Making Practices of Girls and Women”. Her presentation, “She Blogs Like Bedroom Culture: A Cultural History of Teenage Girlhood and Web 2.0” gathered qualitative life …

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J.J. Sylvia’s Presentations at International Communication Association annual conference

J.J. Sylvia, a fourth-year CRDM candidate, presented two pieces at the International Communication Association annual conference in Japan this summer. His first presentation, "Visual Representations of Big Data on the Web," was part of the panel Selective Visuals: Politics, Metaphors, Narratives. The paper featured a quantitative study that analyzed the way big data is represented …

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CRDM Students Presented at CCCC

Last week in Houston, TX, four CRDM students presented at the annual Conference on College Composition and Communication: Gwendolynne Reid: "Interrogating Our Schema for Discipline as Category." Chen Chen: "Discipliniography of Rhet/Comp on Social Media: What Are We Doing in Our Facebook Groups?" Krystin Gollihue: "Making Action: A Pedagogy for Craft." Meridith Reed: "Communities of …

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Three 1st-year CRDMers presented at Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association National Conference

This past week, three first-year CRDM students presented at the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association National Conference in Seattle. Charlie Ecenbarger presented his paper titled: "I Remember When This Was Free: The Transition from Add-Ons to Downloadable Content." Kee Eun Joo Lee presented her paper titled: "'I am observing a new cultural revolution on the …

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