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Graduate Certificate
recognizes sustained, advanced study in composition, literacy, pedagogy, and rhetoric. Read More >
Public and Professional Writing
allows students to develop their writing, learn professional genres, explore internships, and earn a certificate. Read More >
Advanced Undergraduate Courses
for undergraduates who want to prepare to teach or become better composers of traditional or digital media.  Read More >
First-Year Composition
helps undergraduates become more engaged, imaginative, and disciplined composers as they start their studies. Read More >
Doctoral Program
committed to inquiry in composition, pedagogy, literacy studies, rhetoric, and digital media.  Read More >

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Alumni News - Where Are They Now?

Read about some of our alumni and current students.
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Nathaniel A. Rivers - "The ANT and the Frenchman: Tracing Rhetoric Through Bruno Latour"

Nathaniel A. Rivers is an Associate Professor in the Department of English at Saint Louis University. He earned his Ph.D. in Rhetoric Learn More >

Workshop: Revision, Remediation, Iteration: Beyond "Drafting” for Composition Pedagogy
Chris Ivey - Pittsburgh Documentary Filmmaker

Filmmaker Chris Ivey speaks about his East of Liberty documentary, a project that began in 2005 when he was hired to capture Learn More >

Ann George: "Caught in the Act: Writing Burke's 'Men of Leisure'"

Ann George, Professor of English at Texas Christian University, studies modern rhetorical theory, particularly the works of Kenneth Learn More >

"MIT Imagination, Computation, and Expression Laboratory Approaches to Digital Storytelling" with D. Fox Harrell and Chong-U Lim

This hands-on digital storytelling workshop is open to all. There are no prerequisites.

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