Category: poster session details

  • 2023 Poster Session Conversation Hour

    The CCCC Committee on Undergraduate Research is hosting the 2023 Poster Session Conversation Hour on February 23rd, 11:00 AM – 12:00 noon Eastern. Join us to visit with this year’s presenters about their undergraduate research. You can preview their posters and watch brief video introductions to their research before the conversation hour. Join the February 23rd Conversation Hour…

  • 2023 Presenters

    We’re pleased to announce the undergraduate researchers presenting at the 2023 poster session: Join us in-person on February 16th, 10:30 – 11:45 AM, Normandie Lounge on the 2nd Floor at CCCC 2023 in Chicago or online on February 23rd, 11:00 AM – 12:00 noon Eastern, to learn more about their research. Additional details will be…

  • 2022 Poster Session Conversation Hour

    The CCCC Committee on Undergraduate Research is hosting the 2022 Poster Session Conversation Hour on March 18th, 11:00 AM – 12:00 noon Eastern. Join us to visit with this year’s presenters about their undergraduate research. You can preview their posters and watch brief video introductions to their research before the conversation hour. Join the March 18th…

  • 2022 Poster Session Conversation Hour

    The CCCC Committee on Undergraduate Research will host the 2022 Poster Session Conversation Hour on March 18th, 11:00 AM – 12:00 noon Eastern. Closer to the event, we’ll share access information. Join us to visit with this year’s presenters about their undergraduate research.

  • 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…

  • 2021 Poster Session Conversation Hours

    The 2021 Undergraduate Researcher Poster Session is scheduled as an on-demand session, but the CCCC Committee on Undergraduate Research will host two Conversation Hours with presenters after the conference. Registered CCCC attendees can view the undergraduate researchers’ posters and short video presentations through the conference site. On or before April 12th, the researchers’ presentation materials…

  • CCCC Undergraduate Researchers Poster Session – 2019 Presenters

    The Undergraduate Researchers presenting at the 2019 Poster Session (March 14, 10:30 AM to 11:45 AM; Third Floor West Hallway of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, are: Skyler Aikerson, Goucher College, “Black and African-American Students’ Perceptions of the Writing Center” Amanda Ayers, University of North Georgia, “Embodied Composition Pedagogy: Methods of…

  • CCCC Undergraduate Researchers Poster Session – 2018 Presenters

    The Undergraduate Researchers presenting at the 2018 Poster Session (March 15, 10:30 AM to 11:45 AM) in Kansas City, Missouri, are: Alexandra Begley, Whitworth University, The Effects of Cognitive Disorders on the First-Year Compositions Student Nathan Call, Nevada State College, Building Conversation Through Assessments Anne Crawford, University of Missouri – Kansas City, Women’s Epistolary Rhetoric in the Early American Republic:…

  • Navigating CCCC 2017: A Guide for Undergraduate Poster Presenters

      Megan Schoettler and David Halliwell have created “Navigating CCCC 2017: A Guide for Undergraduate Poster Presenters.” This document has (just about) everything you need to know about presenting at and experiencing CCCC, including the answers to… “What will I do during the poster session?” “What can I do to prepare for an effective and generative…

  • 2017 CCCC Undergraduate Researcher Poster Session – March 16

    2017 CCCC Undergraduate Researcher Poster Session – March 16

    The 2017 Undergraduate Researcher Poster Session is scheduled for March 16th, 10:30 – 11:45 AM (during the A session). Join us to learn about the following presenters’ research projects: Claire Armann, University of Delaware, “Getting Disciplined: STEM vs Humanities Based Writing at a Flagship State University” Chelsea Brandwein and Erika Carlos, University of California –…