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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WRAC Professor Wins CCCC Technical and Scientific Communication Award

Steven Fraiberg, Associate Professor in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures at Michigan State University, received a 2022 Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Technical and Scientific…

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Wilfredo Flores, Co-Founder of Queering Medicine, Awarded for Community-Engaged Scholarship

Wilfredo Flores, awarded a 2022 Graduate Student Award for Community Engaged Scholarship. Wilfredo Flores, a PhD student in the Rhetoric and Writing graduate program in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric,…

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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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What WRAC Is Making: Community Health and Outreach

The communications team in the department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures (WRAC) recently released our first in a series of “What WRAC Is Making” pieces. These articles showcase some of the amazing things the folks in WRAC are doing at work/school and outside of it. This week, we are showcasing some of the community health and outreach work in which our faculty and grad students are engaged.

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