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HWC Director Wins Humboldt Prize
Lizzie Hutton receives the 2020-2021 Humboldt Prize for her poem "Holiday 2."
HCWE Director Interviewed About Writing Instruction on National Podcast
Elizabeth Wardle, shares what we know about writing with, Jason Feifer, Editor-in-Chief of Entrepreneur magazine, on his podcast, Build for Tomorrow.
Roger and Joyce Howe Award 2022
The Roger and Joyce Howe award is given each spring to an individual or team of Miami faculty members who have made a concerted and continuing effort to innovate writing instruction.
Roger Howe Honored as 2022 Great Living Cincinnatian
Roger and Joyce Howe visited campus on Tuesday, December 14, 2021, to film a video honoring Roger Howe as a 2022 Great Living Cincinnatian.
Lilly Conference 2021
Howe Center for Writing Excellence Director, Elizabeth Wardle, leads a workshop and opening plenary for the 2021 Lilly Conference for College Teaching.
Read the Winning Entries in the 2021 HWC Flash Photo Fiction Contest!
Results are in for the Howe Writing Center's Fall 2021 Flash Photo Fiction contest. Em Updyke (Marketing) took first-prize honors. Runner-up was Sam Fouts (Creative Writing) with Dalanie Beach (Creative Writing) in third place. Valerie Senkowski (Health, Education, and Society) earned staff choice recognition and Charles Xie (Chemistry) earned an honorable mention.
Creating a More Equitable Classroom
Inclusive Writing Pedagogy Across the Disciplines workshop series brings faculty and graduate students from across campus together to join local and national scholars in considering how to create more equitable classroom practices.
Howe Center Welcomes New Staff
The Howe Center for Writing Excellence welcomes two new staff members and introduces you to the new Associate Director, Mandy Olejnik.
Wishing Dr. Ann Updike a Happy Retirement
As Dr. Ann Updike gets ready to retire, she looks back on her years working at the Howe Center for Writing Excellence, including all the research, collaborations, and friendships along the way.