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Rhetoric & Writing Program Celebrates May Defenses

Posted by bgsuenglish on May 18, 2010

Erin Dietel-McLaughlin successfully defended her dissertation, Remediating Democracy: YouTube and the Vernacular Rhetoric(s) of Web 2.0, May 3, 2010.

Committee:  Kristine Blair (Advisor), Louisa Ha (Graduate Faculty Representative), Michael Butterworth, Lee Nickoson.

Congratulations Dr. Dietel-McLaughlin!

Stephanie Anderson successfully defended her dissertation, Preparing Doctoral Students in Rhetoric and Composition for Faculty Careers that Contribute to the Public Good, Tuesday, May 4, 2010.

Committee:  Richard Gebhardt (Advisor),  Paul Johnson (Graduate Faculty Representative), Bruce Edwards, Lance Massey.

Congratulations Dr. Anderson!

Brittany Cottrill successfully defended her dissertation,  Transitioning to Eportfolios in a First-Year Writing Program, Friday, May 7, 2010.

Committee:  Kristine Blair (Advisor),  Paul Cesarini (Graduate Faculty Representative), Richard Gebhardt, Lee Nickoson.

Congratulations Dr. Cottrill!

Jeremy Schnieder successfully defended his dissertation, Placing One Program’s Assessment and Its Effects on a Novice Teacher, Friday, May 7, 2010.

Committee:  Kristine Blair (Advisor), Alan Atalah (Graduate Faculty Representative), Lee Nickoson, Lance Massey.

Congratulations Dr. Schnieder!

Ruijie Zhao successfully defended her dissertation, Weaving Web 2.0 And the Writing Process with Feminist Pedagogy, Tuesday, May 18, 2010.

Committee:  Kristine Blair (Advisor), Lena Ballone Duran (Graduate Faculty Representative), Lee Nickoson, Richard Gebhardt.

Congratulations Dr. Zhao!

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