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Day of Professionalization Prepares Students for Future Careers in UX

The Spring 2022 XA/P2W Day of Professionalization on March 18 provided students a chance to learn about trauma-informed approaches to website and app development, helping to prepare them for future careers in user experience (UX) design.

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Undergraduate Students Share Research, Writing, and Design Skills at 2022 UURAF

Three WRAC students presented at MSU’s 24th annual University Undergraduate Research & Arts Forum (UURAF), building on their research, writing, and design skills and showcasing their work at a major institutional research forum.

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Redefining Experiential Learning in the Humanities: The Cube

To kick off 2022, Kate Birdsall, Associate Professor in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures, presented “Redefining Experiential Learning in the Humanities: The Cube (publishing - process - praxis)” on January 20 in which she briefly highlighted how The Cube supports undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Arts & Letters.

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PhD Student Sharieka Botex Honored With Award for Community Engagement

Sharieka Shontae Botex, a third-year PhD student in the Rhetoric and Writing Program, has received a 2022 Graduate Student Award for Community Engagement Scholarship from the University Office of Outreach…

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Writing as an Imperfect Process: Modality, Research and Inclusion at FYW Symposium

The First-Year Writing (FYW) Program at MSU again offered undergraduates a unique experience and the chance to demonstrate the research and writing skills they acquired in their fall 2021 writing classes in a formal conference setting. The fall 2021 First-Year Writing Symposium, which took place December 3, was an exciting opportunity for students to present the work they did in their classes and reflect on what they learned.

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P2W Club Game Night Builds Community

WRAC’s Professional and Public Writing (P2W) Club held their first social event of the semester, a student-led Game Night, on November 16th. The event allowed P2W students to unwind and build community with snacks and games in a fun, relaxed environment. Game Night also strengthened writing and revision skills—and the entire P2W program—in the process.

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WRAC Students and Faculty Present at MSU’s 3rd Annual Digital Humanities THATCamp

THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camp) is an unconference-style gathering of peers, specialists, and interested students, faculty, and staff meeting to learn more about digital humanities from each other. WRAC…

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Conversations with CAL Offers a Preview to Arts Launch

The College of Arts & Letters is excited to share what we hope will become a new and long-standing tradition here at Michigan State University. This fall, we are presenting a week-long celebration of the vibrant arts scene here on campus. This week-long celebration, named Arts Launch, will be held September 12-18 .

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