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The WAC Academy


Writing Across the Curriculum


 
The WAC Academy

2005
   - Participants
   - Papers

2006
   - Participants
   - Papers

2007
   - Participants
   - Papers

2008
   - Participants
   - Papers

2010
   - Participants
   - Papers




2005 Participants
 
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Joanne Dunn
Department of English
read her paper here
 
 
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Dorothea S. Handron
School of Nursing
Dorothea Handron Ed.D., APRN, is currently a Clinical Nursing Associate Professor in the School of Nursing. She received her Ed.D. from Teachers College, Columbia University in
Adult and Higher Education and is certified as a clinical specialist in adult mental health nursing. Dr. Handron's  research and publication focus has been in interdisciplinary education.
read her paper here
 
 
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Marinella Macri
Department of English
read her paper here
 
 
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Christine R. Russell
School of Communication
read her paper here
 
 
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Kenneth Wilburn
Department of History
Kenneth Wilburn is Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of History.  He has served on WAC committees and developed writing-intensive history courses since 1986.  His teaching and research interests in history include Africa, Middle East, and World Civilizations.
read his paper here

 
 
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C.W. Sullivan III
Department of English
Dr. C.W. Sullivan III is University Distinguished Research Professor of English at East Carolina University and a Full Member of the Welsh Academy.  He is the author of Welsh Celtic Myth in Modern Fantasy (1989) and editor of The Mabinogi: A Book of Essays (1996), six other books of essays, and the on-line journal Celtic Cultural Studies.  He is a past president of the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts. His articles on mythology, folklore, fantasy and science fiction have appeared in a variety of anthologies and journals, and his most recent book, Fenian Diary: Denis B. Cashman on board the Hougoumont, 1867-1868, was published by Wolfhound Press, Dublin, in the summer of 2001.
read his paper here