Brown Bag Seminar: “Honing Your Writing Skills”
Please join us for out next Brown Bag seminar: “Honing Your Writing Skills”.
Having a well written, well organized proposal is an important way to make your research stand out and get that next research grant. We’ll discuss ways in which you can become more proficient, more versatile and more confident in your writing abilities.
Presenter: Dr. Trish Roberts-Miller
Location: FAC 430
Date/Time: Wednesday, October 25, 2017; noon – 1pm
Feel free to bring your lunch; dessert and drinks will be provided.
Trish Roberts-Miller is a Professor in the Department of Rhetoric and Writing. Her area of specialization is train wrecks in public deliberation. She directed the composition programs at University of North Carolina-Greensboro and University of Missouri-Columbia, and has been Director of the UWC since 2014. Author of Voices in the Wilderness: The Paradox of the Puritan Public Sphere (U of Alabama 1999); Deliberate Conflict: Argument, Political Theory, and Composition Classes (SIUP 2004); Fanatical Schemes: Proslavery Rhetoric and the Tragedy of Consensus (U of Alabama 2009); Demagoguery and Democracy (The Experiment 2017); and various other projects in progress, she is a much more cheerful person than her areas of research might suggest.