Have you seen our Facebook and Twitter profile pics? Terrible and nonexistent, respectively! The Department of Writing & Rhetoric needs a distinctive logo and we want one of our students to design it. Win $50 if we select your design!
Interested? Here are the details:
Eligibility: All undergraduate Writing & Rhetoric majors and graduate students with a rhetoric and composition specialization are eligible to enter.
Task: Design a logo to be used on our website, social media sites, and general departmental documents.
Direction: Think simple, sophisticated, and rhetorically appropriate for the department. See the new Harrington School logo for inspiration.
Format: High resolution file (jpeg, pdf, png, or ai).
Deadline: Send the logo as an attachment to email@example.com by Wednesday, May 2nd at 5pm.
Notification: The logo design winner will be notified by May 7th. He or she will then be announced and awarded the prize money at the e-Portfolio Presentation on Wednesday, May 9th from 5-8pm in Galanti Lounge.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing your designs!
Please visit our announcements page for more details on the following news:
Congratulations to PhD candidate, Tim Amidon, who was recently selected as an Assistant Editor of Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy.
Professor Caroline Gottschalk Druschke was selected for a summer research position with the EPA's Atlantic Ecology Division in Narragansett. Caroline will be working with them this summer to study the barriers to and opportunities for restoration in the Woonasquatucket watershed in northern Rhode Island. She looks forward to sharing her experience and findings with the Harrington School Communicating Science Cluster in the fall.
Professor Libby Miles has been selected for a national team of curriculum developers/facilitators for the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL). "Assessment in Action: Academic Libraries and Student Success" is a grant-funded project designed to help over 300 college and university librarians create projects to assess their impact on student learning.
Get to know graduating senior Shauntel Martin.
Get to know Sara Gilman during her junior year.
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New publications by Gavin Hurley, Tim Amidon,Jeremiah Dyehouse, Cathyrn Molloy, Kim Hensely Owens, Mike Pennell, and Joannah Portman Daley!
See a full list of recent Publications by our faculty and graduate students.