Writing Intensive Course Rubric 2=Acceptable 1=Unacceptable Writing assignments are incorporated as an integral, ongoing part of the course, and the writing assignments are effectively integrated, structured, and sequenced in a way that clearly articulates how it helps students improve their writing Writing assignments are not incorporated as an integral component of the course, writing assignments are not structured and sequenced in a way that can help students improve their writing in any clear way From the course syllabus and course assignments, it is clear that students have many opportunities to receive constructive criticism on drafts, and the opportunity to revise their work, particularly drafts of longer projects. From the course syllabus and course assignments, it is unclear whether students have many opportunities to receive constructive criticism on drafts, or the opportunity to revise their work, particularly drafts of longer projects. From the course syllabus and course assignments, it is clear that assignments and course planning devote ample time for students to reflect on their writing and their intellectual growth. From the course syllabus and course assignments, it is clear that assignments and course planning do not devote any time for students to reflect on their writing and their intellectual growth. As stated in the course syllabus, written assignments are a major component of the course grade. The course syllabus clearly and amply explains the writing-intensive nature of the course and contains a detailed schedule for writing assignments and revisions. Written assignments are not a component of the course grade. The course syllabus does not explain the writing-intensive nature of the course and does not contain a schedule for writing assignments and revisions. The Writing Intensive Course has at least one rubric created for grading writing assignments and the rubric is distributed to the students before the writing assignments are due. The Writing Intensive Course has no rubric, and thus no rubric is distributed to the students before the writing assignments are due.
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Students in distance education classes and seated classes have the same options for Writing Center assistance. The Writing Center is open to all students at Alamance Community College and may be used for any writing assignment in any course. Here you will find consultants who can offer guidance for any part of the writing process from brainstorming to final revision. A writing consultant will encourage you to explore ideas and will ask you questions about development, organization, grammar, and mechanics. Viewing writing as a process will help you to meet your own goals as a writer as well as to meet the requirements of a particular assignment. Over time, this process will improve your skill and help you achieve your academic and career goals. The Center offers: • Individual sessions, by appointment or walk-in, with a writing consultant who will read your paper and ask questions that will help you revise for development, organization, grammar, and mechanics. • Online (e-tutoring) consultations for help with your writing tasks if you cannot come to the Writing Center in person. • Computer space where you can revise after a consultation and ask questions as they arise. • Workshops on writing skills (by instructor request). The Writing Center is located at the Carrington-Scott Campus, Room 354 of the Main Building in the Academic Skills Lab (behind the Information Desk area). Hours Fall and spring: Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Summer: Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
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Roles in Scope for this Activity Lead Administrators Assign 17 Roles in their Units: Finance Procurement (P2P) 1. Cost Center AP Specialist 1. Cost Center P2P Approver - $1K 2. Cost Center Budget Specialist 2. Cost Center P2P Approver - $10K 3. Cost Center Business Asset Tracking Specialist 3. Cost Center P2P Approver - Unlimited 4. Cost Center Cash Sale Specialist 4. Cost Center P2P Invoice Specialist 5. Cost Center Effort Certification Reviewer 5. Cost Center P2P PO Specialist 6. Cost Center Finance and Accounting Specialist 6. Requisitioner 7. Cost Center Payroll Accounting Adjustment Specialist 8. Cost Center Payroll Costing Specialist Reporting 9. Cost Center Manager 7. Cost Center Payroll Details 8. Cost Center Financial Analyst -5-
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BEC /FM Database Building Al McGuire Center Al McGuire Center Al McGuire Center Al McGuire Center Al McGuire Center Al McGuire Center Al McGuire Center Al McGuire Center Al McGuire Center Al McGuire Center Floor LL LL 1 1 2A 2A 2B 2B Gym Department Type of contact Last Name, First Name Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics BEC Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 2 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 2 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 2 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 2 Fire Marshal 1 Baker, Aaron Ernesrt, Eugene Smith, Todd Kellahar, Barbara 414-288-5931 414-288-0328 414-288-5785 414-288-7130 Baker, Aaron Bobert, Sarah Ford, Tom Lewis, Maureen Claus, Sarah 414-288-5931 414-288-5253 414-288-5961 414-288-0330 414-288-4785 BEC Fire marshal 2 Fire marshal 1 BEC Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 2 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 2 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 2 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 2 Fire Marshal 1 Wucherer, Neal (days) Brittany Henne Fisher, Bradley Abler, Dan (nights) Mikolajewski, Julie Glazewski, Fran Porterfield, Chris Mullens, Rob Yearian, Scott Glazewski, Fran Niemi, Susan Lee, Linda Vicker, Todd Kuligowski, Julie Marx, Jillian DeBerry, Rodney Beckley, Jennifer Mesdijn, Arshig Pendzich, Sue McDonald, Kelley Kading, Melissa Kuras, Stacy 414-288-5656 414-288-8255 414-288-8255 414-288-5528 414-288-3047 414-288-7709 414-288-7613 414-288-3274 414-233-2034 414-288-7709 414-288-3685 414-288-0628 BEC Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 2 Fire Marshal 1 Fire Marshal 2 Kaboskey, Amy Anderson, Renee Owens, Tracy Bass, Jerri Lampiris, Kari Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union Alumni Memorial Union 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 4 4 Brew Bayou Brew Bayou Brew Bayou Spirit Shop Spirit Shop Student Development Marketing Office, 151 Union Station, 158 US Bank MUSG University Ministry Rm 236 AMU Administration Rm 213 AMU Administration Rm 213 Event Management Rm 245 Event Management Rm 245 Marquette Place Catering Catering Student Development, 329 Special Events, Rm 450 Special Events, Rm 450 Student Affairs Child Care Center Child Care Center Child Care Center Child Care Center Child Care Center 1 1 1 2 2 Child Care Child Care Child Care Child Care Child Care 2018 MU Building Emergency Coordinator Training Office Phone 414-288-3080 414-288-5554 4414-288-6370 414-288-0469 414-288-3074 414-288-3074 414-288-3106 414-288-0634 414-288-7431 414-288-7525 414-288-2806 414-288-5806 414-288-2233 414-288-2235 414-288-2236 Cell Phone
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Free On-Campus Resources • Writing Center: http://www.pace.edu/dyson/current-undergraduatestudents/writing-center/nyc-writing-center • Undergraduate Tutoring Center: http://www.pace.edu/center-academicexcellence/tutoring-center • Library: http://www.pace.edu/library/ • Counseling Center: http://www.pace.edu/counseling-center/ • Student Development Center: http://www.pace.edu/student-development-nyc/ • Undergraduate Advising Center for Exploring Majors: http://www.pace.edu/centeracademic-excellence/advising-center-exploring-majors
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Centers and Institutes Centers and institutes are established within the University to strengthen and enrich multidisciplinary programs of research, public service, or instruction conducted by the faculty and staff. •Bioinformatics Research Center •Center for Applied Geographic Information Science •Center for Biomedical Engineering Systems •Center for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education •Center for Optoelectronics and Optical Communications •Center for Precision Metrology •Center for Professional and Applied Ethics •Center for Real Estate •Center for Transportation Policy Studies •Charlotte Research Institute •Charlotte Visualization Center •eBusiness Technology Institute •Infrastructure, Design, Environment and Sustainability Center •Institute for Social Capital •NC Motorsports and Automotive Research Center •Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC) •Urban Institute www.research.uncc.edu/ci
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RESEARCH CENTERS AT PVAMU - ONGOING FAST Future Aerospace Science & Technology Center CARR Center for Applied Radiation Research CM3 Center for Microdesign, Microelectronics, and Microfabrication CARC Cooperative Agricultural Research Center NRTS NASA Southwest Regional Network Resources and Training Site IDGRC International Dairy Goat Research Center Technology Resource Center for Independent Oil Producers TEXGED Texas Gulf Coast Environmental Data Center TSRC Thermal Science Research Center NISE Novel Intelligent Systems Explorers Group RESEARCH CENTERS AT PVAMU - PROPOSED/PLANNED CEYE2I Community Empowerment Through Youth Education, Economic Development and Innovation CODC Community Outreach Development Center CIT Center for Intelligent Transportation CNISE Center for Novel Intelligent Systems Exploration CRETR Coalition for Research/Education/Training/Retraining CSE Center for Software Engineering CSET Center for Environmental Sciences, Engineering & Technology LRRL Long Range Research Laboratory RECENT & ONGOING PROJECTS - A PARTIAL LISTING • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Instrumentation for the Interdisciplinary Materials Research Program (ONR) Photovoltaics (ONR) Signal Processing in Noisy Environments (US Army CECOM) Voice/Image Processing Using Novel Techniques (US Army CECOM) Radiation Effects in Quantum Devices (AFOSR) Intelligent Resin Transfer Molding for Integral Armor Application (Army) Combustion CFD studies (NASA) Industrial ecology program (NSF/Lucent) Self-propagating high temperature synthesis of advanced materials (NSF) Characterization of ceramic filters (DOE) Advanced processing of tantalum-based alloys (DOE/Los Alamos) Characterization and testing of superplasticity in aluminum alloys Software Engineering Initiative (SEI) (NASA) Orbital debris research (NASA) Red River Depot Operations Study (Red River Army Depot)
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Building Cost per Sq. Ft. 2006 Building Cost Area Cost/Ft.2 Belle Plaine Center II $8,311.39 3600 $2.31 Belle Plaine Center $2,740.84 1200 $2.28 Monticello $73,595.70 34144 $2.16 Tipton Center $7,276.87 3864 $1.88 KTOS Center $63,067.42 35250 $1.79 Tipton CEO $17,023.44 10840 $1.57 Williamsburg Center $10,667.29 6960 $1.53 Marion Center $17,823.62 11785 $1.51 Iowa City Annex $13,272.30 8816 $1.51 $1,497,961.51 1009044 $1.48 Iowa City Learning Center $8,612.97 6000 $1.44 Iowa City Credit Center $82,398.06 74900 $1.10 Lincoln Center $30,116.60 30635 $0.98 Washington Center South $6,257.84 6406 $0.98 Vinton Center $8,939.72 10000 $0.89 Washington Center North $2,482.64 5500 $0.45 Cedar Rapids Campus
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Building Cost per Sq. Ft 2007 Building Cost Area Cost/Ft.2 Belle Plaine Center II $2,471.09 1200 $2.06 Belle Plaine Center $6,802.52 3600 $1.89 Monticello $64,378.20 34144 $1.89 Tipton Center $7,141.37 3864 $1.85 KTOS Center $61,945.88 35250 $1.76 Marion Center $19,681.83 11785 $1.67 Williamsburg Center $10,623.08 6960 $1.53 $1,487,335.62 1009044 $1.47 Tipton CEO $15,949.71 10840 $1.47 Iowa City Annex $12,674.98 8816 $1.44 Iowa City Learning Center $8,422.52 6000 $1.40 Iowa City Credit Center $80,128.68 74900 $1.07 Lincoln Center $30,462.47 30635 $0.99 Washington Center South $6,206.66 6406 $0.97 Vinton Center $8,046.36 10000 $0.80 Washington Center North $2,472.15 5500 $0.45 Cedar Rapids Campus
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About the presenters Dr. Alice Johnston Myat • Dr. Alice Johnston Myatt joined the University of Mississippi as associate director for the Center for Writing and Rhetoric in 2010, which became a department this past July. She teaches various DWR writing courses, and she teaches EDHE 305 First-year Experience for Transfer Students course. Among her research interests are writing center administration, supporting the academic writing of transfer students, and the best practices of cross-institutional collaborations. She earned her PhD In English with a focus on Rhetoric and Composition from Georgia State University. Dr. Angela Green • Dr. Angela Green is the Writing Enriched Curriculum Core Instructor in the Department of Writing and Rhetoric, where she teaches composition and leads the Faculty Seed Grants and Graduate Writing Fellowships, details of which are included in your packet. She earned her PhD in American Literature and Rhetoric and Composition from the University of Georgia, where she also worked for the Writing Intensive Program.
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Some additional sources for help  Basic Elements of Grant Writing    SchoolGrants     http://www.libraryspot.com/features/grantsfeature.htm LibrarySpot offers resources on locating grants and writing grant proposals. Persuasive Proposal Writing    http://www.schoolgrants.org/ This site provides grant-writing tips and sample proposals. Getting Grants   http://www.cpb.org/grants/grantwriting.html The Corporation for Public Broadcasting provides this guide to the elements of grant writing. http://www.biu.ac.il/RA/www/rserch/writing/write1.html This document walks prospective grant writers through the entire process, from planning to writing. Grant Writing Sources and Tips   http://7-12educators.about.com/library/weekly/aa061500a.htm About.com offers advice on writing grants.
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Sample W1 courses across the curriculum Humor Writing/Writing Screenplays/Why Poetry Matters/Professional Writing and Design/Writing about Nature/Writing about Family/Public Relations and Advertising Writing/Grant Writing/Writing for the Health Professions/Creative Writing
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SA Strategic Plan reporting example – Counseling Center • The Counseling Center completed a CAS Review and developed a scorecard for implementing recommendations. (1.2) • The Counseling Center partnered with various programs across campus in order to enhance student success. These presentations and program partnerships include but are not limited to: Residence Life; SOAR; Taylor Health and Wellness; Study Away; General Education Program; Student Affairs, and many others. (1.4) • The Counseling Center provided learning opportunities for 4 GAs who apply their counseling and presentation knowledge gained in the classroom to their work in the Counseling Center. (2.1) • The Counseling Center provided a presentation to the Student Affairs Council to demonstrate the learning that occurs by graduate students as they work in the Counseling Center. (2.4) • The Counseling Center staff regularly refer students to many Student Affairs and other University resources. (3.2) • The Counseling Center hired a new counselor who bring a rich experience of diversity. (4.3) • The Counseling Center identified needs for the hiring of a part-time therapist and a full-time therapist, due to increased demands for services, and both positions were filled. (5.1) • The Counseling Center improved the efficiency and effectiveness of serving students and in student file management by implementing Titanium software and by in updating office processes and procedures. (5.3) 4
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SURVEY QUESTIONS 1. Why are cultural spaces important at UC Merced and how do they help students, staff, and/or faculty thrive? 2. UC Merced is currently the only UC Campus that does not have a cultural center. If UC Merced opens a cultural center that is fully staffed and resources, what would your vision for this center look like (key services and initiatives you would like to see)? 3. If UC Merced opens a cultural center on campus, how likely are you to utilize the space? 4. Affinity spaces often serve as spaces for healing, safety, community, and unity. In addition to spaces such as the Graduate Cultural Resource Center and the Black Cultural Resource Center, what other affinity spaces do you feel are needed at UC Merced and how do you see affinity spaces interacting with a larger cultural center? 5. Currently, the Intercultural Hub is rooted in the following pillars (Coalition Building, Education, Social Justice, and Healing). If UC Merced opens a cultural center, do you think these pillars should be modified or expanded? Why/Why Not? 6. If UC Merced opens a cultural center, how do you see students, staff, and faculty interacting with the space? Do you see staff/faculty playing a role in supporting affinity spaces on campus? 7. If you could name the cultural center, what name would you recommend (for example, Intercultural Center, Multicultural 4
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Academic Support Centers MILWAUKEE CAMPUS Communication Center offers assistance in business and business-related courses, computer application courses, computer use, keyboarding, medical transcription and multimedia presentations. Room C278. Computer Production Center provides help in computer use, computer programming, computer application courses, keyboarding, multimedia presentations and website creation. Room M273. Math Center helps students in all levels of math, accounting, engineering-related courses, occupational math and statistics. Room C271. Science Center provides assistance in anatomy and physiology, astronomy, biology, biochemistry, chemistry, medical terminology, microbiology, nutrition, physics, psychology, sociology, engineering sciences, social sciences and technical sciences. Room C271. Writing Center works in conjunction with the Online Writing Lab (OWL) to assist students in course-related written assignments including essays, research papers, professional writing and other writing projects in all disciplines. Room C270. Tutoring Services include one-on-one tutoring and study groups. Contact Tutoring Services through the Homework Helpline at 414-297-8376 or 262-238-2479, the Online Tutoring Center, or visit Room C201. Academic Support
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Notes 1. The writing samples and scholarly articles cited in this presentation have been made up for the purposes of illustration. Resemblances to actual student writing or studies are purely coincidental. 2. Graff, G. & Birkenstein, C. (2014). They Say/ I Say: The Moves that Matter in Academic Writing. New York, NY: Norton. This book helps newcomers to academic writing enter scholarly discourse more confidently. Their introductory chapters classify academic writing into several main moves and provide a case for templates as an important strategy. Created by Alison Stephens (2018). This PowerPoint may be redistributed and adapted so long as you credit the Northeastern Writing Center. APA Citation: Northeastern Writing Center (2018). From Description to Analysis [PowerPoint Slides]. Retrieved from http://www.northeastern.edu/writingcenter/
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The Trinity Writing Center • Can help with any kind of writing, at any stage in the writing process. • Is open to the entire Trinity community, free of charge. • Is open 5 days a week and one Saturday a month. • Will help you find the tools you need to become a better writer. The Writing Center is not a drop-off service, and consultants will not “edit” or “proofread” your paper. You must make an appointment to visit the Writing Center. This presentation will demonstrate how to use the Writing Center’s website to schedule your visit.
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Writing in APA Style A Guide to Style and Citations for the 6th Edition By Sarah Viehmann, Writing Center Consultant & Megan Knight, Writing Center Consultant Edited & Presented by Michael Frizell, Writing Center Director Original presentation created by Laura Burrows, former Writing Center Consu
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