Writing in the Disciplines Program
WID provides personalized consultations for faculty on writing and teaching. Susanmarie Harrington, Director of WID and Professor of English, can assist in the (re)design of courses or assignments and help you think about the ways you teach writing and the ways writing can help you guide your students.
Prof. Harrington has consulted with faculty from a variety of departments including Political Science, Classics, Social Work, Anthropology, and Psychology, and faculty from the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, providing expertise on assignment design, sequence, and assessment, and offering strategies for working with classroom challenges around writing.
Consultations can also be arranged with other faculty development units. If your teaching project touches on issues that might be supported by another unit (such as CUPS, the Center for Teaching and Learning, the Center for Cultural Pluralism, or the Fleming Museum), you can arrange a consultation with staff from other offices as well as WID.
Consultations are by appointment.
Request an appointment.
Last modified December 14 2011 12:27 PM