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Director Elizabeth Wardle Featured on the Pedagogue Podcast
In a recent episode of the Pedagogue podcast, our own Elizabeth Wardle talked with host Shane A. Wood about her research-based, "ground-up" approach to leadership and how to make meaningful programmatic change.
Congratulations to a New Class of Faculty Writing Fellows
This Fall, our Faculty Writing Fellows program hosted faculty teams from the Havighurst Center for Russian & Post-Soviet Studies and from Justice and Community Studies. Over the course of the semester, the teams considered threshold concepts in their disciplines and prepared projects aimed at using writing in their curriculum to promote deep learning.
Miami Professors Discuss Their New Books and the Writing Process
Dr. Annie Dell'Aria and Dr. Anita Mannur spoke with the HCWE about their forthcoming books, how they approach the writing process, and how they've been able to work during the pandemic.
HWC Writing Contest Features Reflections on the Year 2020
Results are in for the Howe Writing Center's latest writing contest: Here & Now, Current Moments: Experiencing 2020. Co-First Prize winners were Aiyana White and Ethan Maguire. Runner-up was Gabe Porter. Lauren Racela earned a staff choice honor. Thank you to all who shared their stories with us.
Help Us Honor Professor Kate Ronald and Her Legacy
Professor Kate Ronald, beloved teacher, mentor, and colleague, passed away on October 27, 2020. In her 20-year tenure at Miami, Kate cultivated a community of writing at Miami as the first Roger & Joyce L. Howe Professor of English and the inaugural director of the Howe Writing Initiative. We've created a webpage to honor Kate's memory, which you can contribute to through an interactive message board.
Business Insider Article Features Miami and HCWE Perspectives on Learning
With higher education at a critical junction in its use of ed-tech, the popular business website interviewed Miami students and HCWE Director Elizabeth Wardle about where they stand on the issue and what effective teaching and learning look like.
Virtual Retreat Helps Miami Writers Work Through the Pandemic
On Friday, Oct. 16, the Howe Center for Writing Excellence (HCWE) hosted a virtual writing retreat. More than 30 people joined in to commit to their work and the Miami writing community.
Enter the Fall 2020 HWC Writing Contest
Calling all Miami writers! The Howe Writing Center (HWC) is holding a flash creative non-fiction writing contest focused on the theme "Here and Now, Current Moments: Experiencing 2020."
Grad Writing FLC Explores Change Strategies
The Howe Writing Across the Curriculum initiative and the Graduate School are currently co-hosting a Faculty Learning Community (FLC) composed of teams from English, Psychology, and Music. The FLC is designed to help faculty reflect on and innovate how graduate students are supported as writers. A recent meeting of the FLC focused on first-order and second-order (or "deep") change.