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Writing Program Awards

Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award

2014-2015

  • Bill Holbrook (Lifetime Achievement Award)
  • Merrielle Turnbull
  • Maria Staton

2013-2014

  • Jeff Frawley
  • Eva Grouling Snider
  • Brian Morrison

2012-2013

  • Adrienne Bliss
  • Angela Jackson-Brown
  • Liz Whiteacre

2011-2012

  • Steve Chalk
  • Beth Dalton
  • Matt Hartman

Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award

2014-2015

  • Ashley Mack-Jackson

2013-2014

  • Elisabeth Buck
  • Kat Greene

2012-2013

  • Nicki Litherland Baker
  • Bridget Gelms

2011-2012

  • Elmar Hashimov
  • Stephanie Hedge

Summer Research Fellows

The Writing Program summer research fellows receive a stipend to support inquiry on a topic within composition studies. Fellows are responsible for providing a deliverable resource to composition instructors, and presenting the results of their research to Writing Program instructors via a Speaker Series presentation.

2015

Elisabeth Buck

  • E-journals, Free Journals, Key Journals: Promoting Critical Engagement in Digital Writing Research 

Tara Buck

  • Effective Elements of Classroom Collaboration

Morgan Gross

  • (Un)Planning FYC: Using a Translingual Approach to Course Design to Avoid Reliance on Assumptions

Maria Staton

  • Student Collaboration on Writing Projects

2014

Matthew Balk

  • A Cluster of Intentions: First-year Composition Students, Instructors, and Writing Centers

Katherine Greene

  • Building a Common Community: Teaching with the Freshman Common Reader

Alysia Sawchyn

  • Incorporating Service-learning and Community Engagement into Writing Courses at BSU

2013

Nicki Litherland Baker

  • Empirical Research in English 104

Jennifer Grouling and Aly Schweigert

  • Responding to Student Writing in the Age of Apps

Elmar Hashimov

  • Teaching Hands-On Research

2012

Bridget Gelms 

  • Multimodal Assignments and Resources

Stephanie Hedge

  • Teaching with Technology

Geri Strecker

  • Asperger's Syndrome in the Composition Classroom