The Institute for the Humanities, founded in 1987, promotes interdisciplinary research and discourse in the humanities and the arts. The central function of the institute is to form an intellectual community of faculty and graduate student fellows from various departments […]
In The Proceedings of the Annual Computers and Writing Conference, 2018 available from the WAC Clearinghouse.
Ryan McCarty and Adrienne Raw are recipients of the 2018-2019 David and Linda Moscow Prize for Excellence in Teaching Composition. This award is given to instructors remarkable for the energy, passion, insight, pedagogical skill and creativity, and commitment they bring […]
Professor Anne Gere was recognized for her project “MWrite: Writing to Learn in Large Introductory Courses Across Campus.” The purpose of the Teaching Innovation Prize is to recognize faculty who have developed innovative approaches to teaching that incorporate creative pedagogies. The […]
Fifth-year JPEE student Elizabeth Tacke was quoted in an article in The Chronicle of Higher Education which explores the concept of career diversity training for graduate students. In the article, Tacke discusses her experience as a student in a new U-M career […]
Liz Homan will be serving as interim Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction in Waltham Public Schools next school year. She is excited to lead the district’s teaching and learning, and glad to do so in a district where she […]
The Michigan Association of State Universities has named Anne Ruggles Gere, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor and director of the Sweetland Center for Writing, as a Michigan Distinguished Professor of the Year. Gere, the Gertrude Buck Collegiate Professor and chair of […]
Michelle Sprouse ‘s article “Weaving Tapestries of Sexuality and Race in Woolf’s Orlando and Alexie’s Flight” was recently published in a Virginia Woolf Miscellany special issue on Woolf and indigenous IIteratures.
Elizabeth Tacke has been awarded an Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award from Rackham. Elizabeth has taught with great success in the English Department Writing Program and in the teacher preparation program in the School of Education.