Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures
Sarah Prielipp


Sarah Prielipp

PhD Candidate

Office: Bessey 166

Email: prielip3@msu.edu

Twitter: @sarahprielipp

 

Research Areas

Cultural Rhetorics, Indigenous Rhetorics, Service Learning, Teaching and Learning

Profile

My work explores cultural rhetoric pedagogies that draw on Indigenous theories about research and learning.

Education

MA in English from CMU
MLIS from UWM
PhD from MSU, anticipated 2018

Representative Work

Ward, Julie, Heather Blatt, Nicole Coleman, and Sarah Prielipp.”Reducing Grade Insecurity: Specifications Grading Case Studies.” MLA. New York City. January 4-7, 2018. (Accepted.)

McVicar, Kimberly, and Sarah Prielipp. “Reflection:  Perpetual.  Powerful.  Personal.” Great Lakes Teaching and Learning Conference. Mount Pleasant, MI. May 8-10, 2017.

Ponzio, Christina, Sarah Prielipp, and Caitlin Stansell-Gregg. “H.O.M.E.S. Hearing Our Michigan Educators Speak: Stories as Meaning-Making and Activism.” MCTE Fall Conference 2016. East Lansing, MI. October 7, 2016.

Heeder, MaryBeth, Joyce Meier, and Sarah Prielipp. “Transcultural Dissonance and Rhetorical Attunement: Instances of Undergraduate Students’ Positioning Themselves in Relation to the University.” Cultural Rhetorics Conference 2016. East Lansing, MI. September 30 to October 2, 2016.

Sample Courses Taught

WRA 101 Writing as Inquiry

Research or Academic Affiliations

Transforming Teaching Through Reflective Writing Experiences (PLC at MSU)
STEP mentor (MSU)