Description

The Sheridan Center Writing Across the Curriculum Faculty Seminar provides support for faculty to (re)design, develop, and teach a course that supports writing in their discipline. The program combines a Sheridan seminar on writing pedagogy and course design with a supportive peer community, individual consultation and feedback, and an opportunity to share course and student successes. Seminar size is limited to allow for hands-on opportunities, individual support, and the development of a teaching and learning community. Participants may choose to co-design a course with a graduate or undergraduate student, or an undergraduate writing fellow.

Dates:

  • April 2018: One-hour individual consultation

  • April 26, 2018; 12-1:30 pm: Luncheon and workshop

  • June 5-6, 2018: Intensive two-day Sheridan course design seminar

  • October 2018: 90-minute cohort syllabus workshop (optional)

  • Spring 2019: Participant course offered; Formative feedback collected

  • March 2019: Cohort luncheon

  • May 2019: Reception and presentations

Requirements:

  • Attendance at 2018 seminar meetings and consultations, and Spring 2019 presentations

  • Development or redesign of a course that supports student writing and submission for CCC approval

  • Instruction of the course in Spring 2019

  • Collection of formative feedback from students in Spring 2019 and engagement with assessment of the program

Funding:

  • $2,000 grant for graduate or undergraduate student co-designer support, or other course development costs

  • Priority Writing Fellow assignment, if desired

Application Deadline: Space is limited. Please apply here by March 2, 2018.

Participants will be selected from a range of disciplines.