Writing Across the Curriculum:  What Happens When Students Write After Core English?

Thursday, April 6, 12:30 to 1:45 pm

Beck Rooms, Walsh Library

One of Seton Hall’s core proficiencies is reading/writing, and so many faculty are interested in infusing writing into their classes.  How does this work?  Does it work?  Does it result in better learning for the students or is it more trouble than it’s worth?  Panelists will discuss ways that they have successfully incorporated writing assignments into their teaching.

Moderator: Kelly A. Shea, Associate Professor of English/Director of the First-Year Writing Program

Panelists:

Jessica Cottrell, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences

Ed Jones, Associate Professor of English/Director of Developmental English and Assessment

Cherubim Quizon, Associate Professor of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work

Andrew Simon, Associate Professor of Psychology

Debra Zinicola, Associate Professor of Educational Studies

Light refreshments will be served.

 This event is sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development.

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