Different writing modes, including narrative, analysis, explanation, argument, critique. The Writing in the Disciplines Workshop Program presents workshops on teaching writing for faculty and TAs and workshops on writing for students. Analysis and development of research topics and effective arguments, including critical reading, analysis, integration, and documentation of source material.
The UWP publishes an annual anthology of exemplary student writing, Prized Writing, and a journal for writing instructors, Writing on the Edge.
Writing about video games using critical perspectives and analytic methods.
Internships in fields where students can practice their skills. Instruction in advanced principles of expository writing.
Open to majors in food science and technology and to students concurrently enrolled in an upper division course in food science and technology. Effective: Winter Quarter. A member of the Hart wrestling family and a second-generation w. Advanced instruction in writing for Social Justice, using an interdisciplinary approach combining feminist, critical race, ethnic, cultural, and transnational studies; practice in techniques of research and styles of communication for diverse audiences.