2015 Poster Session

The Undergraduate Researchers presenting at the 2015 Poster Session are:

  • 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.