Please join us for a series of student presentations that explore the Van Leo Letter Collection archived in the Rare Books and Special Collections Library. These presentations represent student scholarly and critical inquiry with letters written to Van Leo during the 1940s (World War II) from correspondents in South Africa. Also, the presentations focus a critical lens on archival collections and the need for the development of an archival literacy curriculum that promotes the use of
The Dialogues in Rhetoric and Composition Creative Writers Brown Bag Series is pleased to feature Mohamed Rabie, author
Join us for our Dialogues in Rhetoric and Composition Professional Development Series Panel Discussion: “The Rhetoric of Diplomacy: Cultural and Political." Keynote Speakers include: Ambassador
Please join the Department of Rhetoric and Composition for its “Creative Writers
Please join the Department of Rhetoric and Composition for its Professional Development Workshop with Sherine Ramzy, who is a Psychological Health Consultant with the Student Disabilities Services Unit at the Office of Student Well-Being. Ramzy’s talk is titled “Building-up Your Learning
In this panel, students will discuss the experiences they have gained while working with the Heterotopias and Civil Society in Architectural Design exhibition, which is currently on display in the AUC Library foyer. Given the increased focus on the need for archival literacy instruction, the students will further discuss how they examined original artifacts such as photographs, maps and brochures to understand how the built environment is communicated through spaces and architecture.
As more and more arguments are being made to engage undergraduate students with primary sources, this presentation, by Doris Jones, focuses a critical lens on the Rare Books and Special Collections Library (RBSCL) as a site for archival skills development. The presentation also examines lessons learned from ongoing collaborations with RBSCL archivists and conservators to develop instructional programs that promote archival intelligence.
The AUC Writing Center is pleased to announce it will be open to all undergraduate and graduate students on September 17 until December 14.
Appointments can be made starting on September 14 here.
Online Writing Lab (OWL) appointments for graduates are available here, from September 24 to December 14.
The AUC Writing Center is also pleased to announce that Arabic Writing Tutoring and Public Speaking Tutoring will be available.