Accepted Presenters for Risk and Reward: An Undergraduate Researcher Poster Session

Thank you to everyone who submitted proposals for this year’s undergraduate researcher poster session. Following an extended review process, we are pleased to announce the undergraduate researchers presenting at the 2015 Risk and Reward Poster Session at CCCC:

  • Chelsea Begg, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Inside the National Writing Project: The Philosophy of Teacher Learning
  • Christian Bolaños, Baylor University, Leaving the Razor’s Edge: Recovery from Substance Abuse through the Literacy Practices of Scripture Readings, Group Discussion, and Self-Reflective Writing
  • Komysha Hassan, University of Central Florida, Meaning Making at the Intersection of Literacies
  • Eric Hunter, Florida International University, Mediating Privilege and Document Accessibility
  • Brynn Kairis, Rutgers University-Camden, D/deaf Writing Does: Defining D/deaf Writing as Modality
  • Andrew Keith, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Scroll and Click: User Perceptions of End-User License Agreements
  • Sarah Paterson, Elon University, “Speak, Poet!”: Examining Multicultural Rhetoric in Adolescent Spoken Word
  • Natalie Saleh, Baylor University, Crafting Theology: Toward a Theory of Literacy Smiths
  • Allison Scherer, Rutgers University-Camden, Emoji: Embracing Social Composition as a Bridge to Academic Composition
  • Samantha Stowers, University of Wisconsin-Madison, The Misunderstood Meeting: Student Stress and the Writing Conference
  • Kelsey Weyerbacher, Montana State University, Mapping Risk: Writing Centers and Multimodal Writing Conversations
  • Sasha Yambor, York College of Pennsylvania, Learning Disabilities in the Writing Center: Tutor Perceptions

The 2015 CCCC Undergraduate Researcher Poster Session is scheduled for the morning of Thursday, March 19th, 10:30 AM to 11:45 AM (Session A). Please stop by to learn about these students’ research.






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