This innovative modification of a peer response activity asks students to pitch their thesis statements to each other in small groups, with respondents playing the roles of an active listener (empath), a "Sweetheart" (someone
In this issue, we’re pleased to feature the winners of the Boothe Prize for Excellence in First-Year Writing from Fall 2020 and Winter 2021. Please note that the Fall Boothe Prize winner has asked to remain anonymous, and so is no
In this issue, we're pleased to spotlight an amazing group of students -- our pandemic cohort of seniors graduating from our Notation in Science Communication program. Read below to learn more about these dedicated students who fi
“I always enjoy the slight productive hum of voices @humecenter – this is how writing comes to be. When we have conversations about writing” This was a tweet I posted midday while in the Hume Center back in 2018.