2022 Presenters

ePosters and brief videos prepared by the 2022 Undergraduate Researcher Poster Session presenters will be available On Demand on the CCCC convention site and then will be archived on this site. We also will schedule a conversation hour during the week of March 14th so that CCCC members can visit with the presenters about their research.

The following students were accepted to present this year:

  • Britty Cox and Hannah Guenthoer, Nevada State College, Why We Still Ain’t Out: Examining the Gap in Queer-Centered Training within Writing Center Spaces
  • Liz Crouse, Elon University, More than an English Education: A Case Study of the English as a Second Language Program’s Crisis Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic at Alamance Community College
  • Emree Jensen, Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC), The Perils for Autistic Students within Higher Education: Addressing Ableism within Sexual Assault Prevention Courses
  • Katelyn Kane, St. Norbert College, Education Reform: A Future of Education that is Inclusive, Equitable, and Anti-Racist
  • Gillian Kick, Elon University, Rewriting Injustice in Alamance County: Fostering Youth Agency and Community Engagement Through Social Justice Writing
  • Stephanie Leow, Georgetown University, Types of Peer Feedback Training, the Feedback Provider, and Performance: Toward a Process/Product Perspective
  • Christopher Longo, Goucher College, Centering Disability Justice: Writing Centers as Change Agents for their Institutions
  • Brianna Lopez, Barry University, How Academic Identity is Linked to First-Year Students’ Ability to Effectively Write Academic Discourse
  • Rowana Miller, University of Pennsylvania, Community and Collaborative Learning in First-Year Writing Seminars
  • Jessica Moore, Savannah Ajlouny, Amanda Kent, and Lacey Lee, California State University, Sacramento, Finding The Right Social Media Platform: How Professionals Choose
  • Sophie Morgan, York University, “Learn to Code”: How One Meme Reveals Coding Literacy’s Gatekeeping Powers
  • Coleman Riggins, University of Nebraska Kearney, Gender Bias in English Academic Writing
  • Jade Shields, Sam Houston State University, A Review of Rhetoric in Women’s Literature
  • Kaitlyn Soto, University of California at Santa Barbara, Unsafe Passage: A Generational Story Of Vietnamese “Boat People”
  • Ethan Voss, University of Minnesota, Distant Neighbors: First-Year Writing Instructors’ Definitions and (Mis)Conceptions of Student Writing Support (SWS)