Writing/Rhetoric Undergraduate & Graduate Symposium

Thursday, February 10, 2022 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

As the second day of UCF Writing Fest, Writing/Rhetoric Undergraduate & Graduate Symposium is where the upper-division and graduate symposium showcases some of the best writing, rhetoric, and literacy projects created by students in upper-division and graduate courses offered by the Department of Writing and Rhetoric. This year's symposium features a virtual poster gallery and three panel presentations. All events will occur virtually via Zoom.

9:00am -10:00am: Virtual Poster Gallery 
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10:30am -11:30am: Student Panel Presentation: "Rhetoric of the Everyday" 
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12:00pm -1:00 pm: Student Panel Presentation: "Inquiry- and Action-Based Research in the Writing Center" 
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1:30pm - 2:00 pm: Awards Ceremony 
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5:00pm-6:00 pm: Student Panel Presentation: "Toward a ‘Network Sense’ of Rhetoric & Composition: Newcomers’ Maps of Our M.A. Program and Field" 
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The Department of Writing and Rhetoric contributes a vertical writing curriculum and experience for all UCF students, from first year to graduate students, and supports a vibrant writing culture by supporting faculty across UCF in the teaching of writing. Writing Fest UCF showcases the breadth of the Department's contributions to building and sustaining students' and faculties' writing lives at UCF and beyond. This event celebrates the cumulative value of this commitment across 3-days and features the First Year Composition Program, the Undergraduate Major in Writing and Rhetoric and Masters in Rhetoric and Composition, the University Writing Center, and the Center for Writing Excellence’s Writing Across the Curriculum Program.


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