About the Writing Fellows The SPS Writing Fellows are CUNY doctoral students trained in Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) pedagogy. They will not edit or correct your work for you, but will make suggestions for improvements to structure and content and help you identify and correct errors.
The CUNY Writing Fellowship is part of the Enhanced Chancellor’s Fellowship, and fellows are interviewed and chosen by all the respective CUNY campuses. At John Jay, the six Writing Fellows are an integral part of the Writing Across the Curriculum Program since they work directly with faculty and staff from across the college on various undergraduate-writing related projects.
Their dissertation research is focused on theorizing the nature of desire, and in particular, the role that desire plays in addiction. Zoey is a member of the Minorities and Philosophy (MaP) chapter at the Graduate Center, and they help to run an ongoing workshop series on pedagogy and diversity.
CUNY wins because it is getting a valuable service in return for its fellowship dollars; the students win because fellows are able to assist them with their writing and learning; the teachers win because fellows are working with them side-by-side to develop ways to help their students grasp material; and the CUNY Writing Fellow wins, because he or she is not only receiving valuable financial.
I wish future fellows the best of luck. Happy writing! Ellen Zitani. Ellen Zitani served as the Writing Fellow for the History Department at Hunter College during the 2009-10 and 2010-11 school years.
CUNY WRITING FELLOWS JOB DESCRIPTIONS 2013-2014. College Job Description Baruch CUNY Writing Fellows at Baruch are organized through the Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute as part of a broader, on going Communication Across the Curriculum initiative that integrates an emphasis on oral communication and educational technology i n.
Dissertation Writing Fellows Kristina Huang is a doctoral candidate in the English Program at The Graduate Center, CUNY. Her dissertation, titled “Toward a Black Enlightenment: the Making of an Anglo-African Class in the Long Eighteenth Century,” examines the aesthetics and political philosophies in Anglophone works by writers of the African Diaspora.
CUNY WRITING FELLOWS JOB DESCRIPTIONS 2012-2013 College Job Description Baruch CUNY Writing Fellows at Baruch are organized through the Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute as part of a broader, ongoing Communication Across the Curriculum initiative that integrates an emphasis on oral communication and educational technology in.
CUNY WRITING FELLOWS (CWFs) are Doctoral Candidates at The CUNY Graduate Center who have earned a competitive fellowship and who receive specialized training in the teaching of writing.These six CWFs are central to the Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) program at Queens College.They are also largely responsible for the conception, development, and production of Revisions.
Before coming to CUNY in 2009, Professor Wilder was a member of the Pomona College History Department. He has a joint Ph.D. in history and in anthropology and is the author of The French Imperial Nation-State: Negritude and Colonial Humanism between the TwoWorld Wars (University of Chicago, 1995).He is currently writing a book titled “Freedom Time: Negritude, Decolonization, Utopia” which.
My dissertation research, however,. CUNY Writing Fellows. Eileen Baker Boone Gorges Jason Krellman Noriko Matsumoto Ken Nielsen Anna Obraztsova. CWF Office Hours.
Writing Across the Curriculum Fellows Allison Douglass is a doctoral candidate in English at the CUNY Graduate Center. Her research focuses on American popular culture and performance since 1945, and her dissertation examines embodied performances of gender in stand-up comedy.
Dissertation Fellows. Emily Crandall is a PhD candidate in Political Science at the Graduate Center, with a certificate in Women’s Studies. Her interests lie at the intersection of feminist science studies and environmental political theory.
Ph.D. and Th.D. candidates in the humanities or social sciences who will be in the final year of dissertation writing during the 2018-2019 academic year may apply. The competition deadline is November 15, 2017.
Writing Fellows Crystal Benedicks is pleased to join the Writing Fellows at Hostos this year. She is a Doctoral Candidate in the English Department at the CUNY Graduate Center, and she is currently writing a dissertation about the Spasmodic poets. This semester Crystal will be working with professors from the Chemistry and Mathematics.Writing Center Director. David Hershinow joined the GC community as its founding Director of the Writing Center in the Fall of 2019. He earned his PhD in English at Johns Hopkins University, where he worked at the university’s Writing Center for seven years and served as the center’s Director in his final year of study.A writing fellow is a Graduate Center doctoral candidate who is in the dissertation stage. Writing fellows spend their year writing their dissertations and working for a WAC program. They work closely with the WAC coordinator and assist faculty, programs, and departments in developing strategies to integrate writing into their teaching or their work with students.