Robin Rhodes, Director of ESOL and Multilingual Student Academic Support in World Languages, Cultures, & Media, gave a presentation at the Symposium on Second Language Writing, October 26, in Tempe, Arizona. Her presentation was titled: Pedagogical Redesign in Higher Education ESOL: Racism, Antiracism, and Multilingual Identity. Dr. Rhodes joined instructors from around the world to discuss second language writing at the top international conference on the topic. In addition, the editors of the forthcoming book titled EFL Writing Teacher Education and Professional Development Voices from Under-Represented Contexts, which contains Rhodes et al.’s chapter Land of a Thousand Hills: English Writing Education and Teacher Professional Development, highlighted and discussed the chapter at the full conference presentation. The chapter explores English as a foreign language teacher education in Rwanda.
You May Also Like
Environmental Studies Combined Major Seniors Finished off the Fall 2023 with Glowing Research Presentations
On December 1 st, 3-5 pm, ENVS/ENG majors Leslie Herold and Abigail Lateer presented their semester-long research projects at Herring Cole to a captive audience. Leslie presented the impacts and...
The Frederic Remington Art Museum is pleased to invite student artists at Clarkson University, St. Lawrence University, SUNY Plattsburgh, and SUNY Potsdam to submit entries to the 2024 College Student Juried Art Exhibit. Artworks in all visual media using any combination of materials and techniques are welcome. Accepted artworks will be displayed in the Richard E. Winter Gallery and the Torrey Family Gallery at the Frederic Remington Art Museum and online at fredericremington.org.
Professor Emeritus of Canadian Studies Robert Thacker was Awarded the Donner Medal at the ACSUS Meeting
Professor Emeritus of Canadian Studies and English Robert Thacker was recently awarded the Donner Medal at the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS) biennial meeting in...