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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Faculty Spotlight: Matthew Rossi

Our faculty spotlight this week is Matthew Rossi! Charlotte is an Associate Professor here at MSU WRAC who teaches WRA 101 and PCW. Matthew also serves on the First Year…

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Student Spotlight: Charlotte Bachelor

Our student spotlight this week is Charlotte Bachelor! Charlotte is a junior studying Professional and Public Writing. Charlotte recently won the Out of the Box Award at MSU's 4th annual…

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Student Spotlight: Jerrice Donelson

Our student spotlight this week is Jerrice Donelson! Jerrice is a Ph.D. student in Rhetoric and Writing. One of her peers shared the following thoughts about Jerrice's work: "When we…

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Student Spotlight: Tina Puntasecca

This week we’re celebrating Tina Puntasecca, a second-year PhD student in WRAC. One of Tina’s colleagues shared Tina's recent accomplishment: a published book chapter. The book is Teaching Gloria E.…

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