Coordinator's Corner

Norah Fahim
Jun 7, 2021
“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.
Mar 17, 2021
“Teachers of composition need to pay attention to, and come to value, the multiple ways in which students compose and communicate meaning, the exciting hybrid, multimodal texts they create- in both nondigital and digital environments - to meet the
Sep 3, 2020
“I live on the Internet now,” I often said to people this summer.
Jun 11, 2020
Taught by faculty in the departments and programs, Writing in the Major (WIM) is the third-quarter writing requirement at Stanford.
A white woman with brown hair smiles; she is Jenae Cohn.
Nov 19, 2018
Twenty folded pages of paper. A spool of waxed thread. A rounded needle. Two cardboard covers. A ruler.
Jan 18, 2018
When I first arrived at Stanford, I found the Boothe Prize essays to be an incredible teaching resource.
Sep 11, 2017
I’ve been glued to Twitter this summer. Perhaps you have too. You see, it’s been my space to process the seemingly interminable churn of heartbreaking 2017 news.
Chris Kamrath photo
Jan 26, 2017
On December 9th, PWR lecturers gathered for a workshop on teaching rhetorical analysis-an infrequently discussed, yet incredibly important assignment.
Jennifer Stonaker teaching
Oct 30, 2016
This past May marked the 3rd birthday of the Notation in Science Communication (NSC). As the program enters its 4th year, I’d like to provide a quick update on the program and how it has grown over the last few years.

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