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  • English Composition Program, University of Cincinnati
    not specific to composition courses but are aspects of writing valued across and beyond the academic disciplines Writing is a process Writing courses provide you with opportunities for invention drafting editing revising and reflection because thoughtful writing requires time and feedback We recognize however that there is no single process that fits every writer our teachers are attentive to your different learning styles and allow for appropriate flexibility Writing and revision go hand in hand You will have opportunities for revision in each composition course Revising requires that writers return to a draft rethinking and reshaping what it says We like Joseph Harris s description of revision in his book Rewriting The aim of revising should not be simply to fix up or refine a text but to develop and extend what it has to say to make your writing more precise nuanced inventive and surprising 116 Adding cutting moving rethinking and reorganizing text these are important moves for meaningful revision Editing or correcting errors and improving sentences for clarity and readability is an important part of the writing process as well but if the big picture of an essay is not developed and refined then the sentence level changes will not make a significant difference to the essay s overall success Writing Center and Tutoring Course Descriptions Compositon Committee Blog Annual Reports 2013 2014 Academic Year Composition Proposal 2012 2013 Academic Year 2010 2011 Academic Year Writing happens in a community UC writing classes provide opportunities for you to share writing and to read and respond to your classmates writing Writing courses are discussion based courses not lectures which require your involvement and participation The writing that you do in this community should be addressed to the academic community and not just your teacher or class Writing for the

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/english/composition.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Courses, University of Cincinnati
    Certificates 3 Year Programs Pre Professional Tracks 4 1 Programs bachelor s master s Master s Degrees Doctoral Degrees Graduate Certificates Summer classes Students Apply Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Departments Departments Centers and Institutes Interdisciplinary Programs Student Services Faculty Staff A S Business Office Faculty Staff Listing Faculty Achievements Tributes Current Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities English and Comparative Literature English Homepage Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs English Composition Program Courses Undergraduate Course Guide Graduate Course Guide Faculty Staff Students Publications Upcoming Events Alumni Forms Resources Contact Us Giving Blogger E mail Facebook LinkedIn Twitter YouTube Courses As the largest department in the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences English and Comparative Literature offers a vast array of course curriculum The courses available support both the general studies curriculum for Undergraduate students in the English Composition Program and English students seekings degrees and certificates at the Undergraduate and Graduate levels The Spring 2016 16SS Undergraduate and Graduate Course Guides serve as interactive web based sources where students can learn more information about the English classes

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/english/courses.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Publications, University of Cincinnati
    Opengart Assistant Professor Educator In the Land Dos Madres Press 2011 Andrew Grace Sancta Ahsahta Press 2011 Michael Griffith Associate Professor Trophy A Novel Triquarterly 2011 Cynthia Ris Associate Professor Educator Law and Order Longman Press 2011 Bea Opengart Assistant Professor Educator This Day Finishing Line Press 2011 Brian Trapp The Best Man Playboy s 2010 College Writing Contest Michael Griffith editor Associate Professor Stations West Lousiana State University Press 2010 Jenn Habel Creative Writing Coordinator In the Little House Southeast Missouri State University Press 2009 Deborah Meem Professor Finding Out Sage Publications 2009 Don Bogen Professor An Alegbra Phoenix Poets 2009 Lisa Hogeland Associate Professor The Judy Grahn Reader editor Aunt Lute Books 2009 Dana Shapiro Best American Voices Mariner Press 2009 Jay Twomey Associate Professor The Pastoral Epistles Wiley Blackwell 2008 Christopher Carter Associate Professor Rhetoric and Resistance in the Corporate Academy Hampton Press 2008 Leland Person Professor Hawthorne and Melville Writing a Relationship Univ of Georgia Press 2008 Lisa Beckelhimer Associate Professor Educator Sports Talk Longman Publishing 2008 Lisa Hogeland Associate Professor The Aunt Lute Anthology of U S Women Writers Aunt Lute Books 2007 James Schiff Associate Professor Updike in Cincinnat A Literary Performance Ohio University Press 2007 Leland Person Professor The Scarlett Letter and Other Writing editor Cambridge University Press 2007 Leland Person Professor A Historical Guide to James Fenimore Cooper Oxford University Press 2007 John Maddux Educator Associate Professor Pink Triangles Rainbow Dreams Bitingduck Press 2007 Leland Person Professor The Cambridge Introduction to Nathaniel Hawthorne Cambridge University Press 2007 Kathy Rentz Professor Business Communication co author McGraw Hill 2006 John Drury Professor The Poetry Dictionary 2nd ed Writer s Digest Books 2006 Leah Stewart Associate Professor The Myth of You Me Three Rivers Press 2006 Don Bogen Professor Luster Wesleyan University Press 2003 Christopher Bachelder Associate Professor U S Bloomsbury USA 2006 James Cummins Professor Jim and Dave Defeat the Masked Man Soft Skull Press 2005 Michael Griffith Associate Professor Bibliophilia Arcade Publishing 2004 Stanley Corkin Professor Cowboys as Cold Warriors The Western and US History Temple Univ Press 2004 James Cummins Professor Then and Now Ohio University Press 2004 Lisa Hogeland Associate Professor The Aunt Lute Anthology of U S Women Writers Aunt Lute Books 2004 Lisa Hogeland Associate Professor The Aunt Lute Anthology of U S Women Writers Aunt Lute Books 2004 Gary Weissman Assistant Professor Fantasies of Witnessing Postwar Efforts to Experience the Holocaust Cornell University Press 2004 John Drury Professor Burning the Aspern Papers Miami University Press 2003 Leland Person Professor Henry James and the Suspense of Masculinity Univ of Pennsylvania Press 2003 Kristen Iversen Associate Professor Shadow Boxing Art and Craft of Creative Nonfiction Longman 2003 Laura Micciche Associate Professor Doing Emotion Rhetoric Writing Teaching Heinemann 2003 James Cummins Professor The Whole Truth Carnegie Mellon University Press 2003 Laura Micciche Associate Professor A Way to Move Rhetorics of Emotion and Composition Studies Heinemann 2003 Tamar Heller Associate Professor Editor Scenes of the Apple State Univ of New York Press

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/english/faculty_publications.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Upcoming Events, University of Cincinnati
    Certificates Summer classes Students Apply Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Departments Departments Centers and Institutes Interdisciplinary Programs Student Services Faculty Staff A S Business Office Faculty Staff Listing Faculty Achievements Tributes Current Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities English and Comparative Literature English Homepage Undergraduate Programs

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/english/upcoming_events.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Alumni , University of Cincinnati
    and Comparative Literature English Homepage Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs English Composition Program Courses Faculty Staff Students Publications Upcoming Events Alumni Publications Recent Graduates Forms Resources Contact Us Giving Blogger E mail Facebook Twitter YouTube Alumni You our alumni from the recent graduate just starting out on the first stages of a professional career to the retiree looking back at a lifetime of achievement are an essential part of the identity of UC s Department of English and Comparative Literature You are also in a real sense our collective investment in the cultural and intellectual life of Cincinnati the region and the nation more generally Yes faculty research and writing are absolutely key to the success of an institution such as the University of Cincinnati and we are justifiably proud of all we have done in this regard But alumni touch many more lives in many more ways each and every day than our publications ever can and we are honored that you are out there representing us We hope this page can serve your interests by keeping you informed of alumni news and events Feel free to visit the Department s Facebook site as well Please keep in touch Janet

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/english/alumni.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Forms & Resources, University of Cincinnati
    action would be to perform a query using the Univesrity of Cincinnati search engine located at on the UC hompepage See the Contact Us section of the English Comparative Literature website for appropriate contacts if further assistance or information is required A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U W X Y Z A Admin Central Graduate School Tools for Staff and Faculty Administration and Finance Alumni Association Admissions Information Athletics Major Advising Undergraduate College Advising Undergraduate Back to Top B Benefits Blackboard Board of Trustees Bursar Bylaws English Department Policy Document English Department Guidelines for Awarding of Merit Pay Back to Top C Campus Buildings Campus Departments Central Stores GBEX Office Max Checklists Undergraduate Creative Writing Focus on Creative Writing Creative Writing Focus on Poetry Literary Cultural Studies Rhetoric Professional Writing English Minor Professional Writing Certificate Creative Writing Certificate Fiction or Poetry Film Media Writing Certificate Contacts English Department Course Index Back to Top D DARS Degree Audit Directory English Faculty Staff and Graduate Students Back to Top E Electronic Class Support Email Students Email Faculty and Staff Emergency Service Numbers Employee Self Service ESS English Department Policy Documents English Department Guidelines for Awarding of Merit Pay English Composition Program English Placement Test Information Event Scheduling and Room Reservations Conference and Events Services Events Calendar Events Listing Back to Top F Facilities Management Financial Policies Back to Top G Guidelines for Awarding of Merit Pay English Department Graduate School Graduate Programs English Comparative Literature Back to Top H Human Resources Honors Program Back to Top I Independent Study Form Graduate Independent Study Form Undergraduate Back to Top J Back to Top K Back to Top L Letterhead English Department Libraries Limited Services Engagement Form Listserv Back

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/english/forms.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Contact Us, University of Cincinnati
    University of Cincinnati PO Box 210069 Cincinnati OH 45221 0069 Main Office Location 248 McMicken Hall Phone 513 556 5924 Fax 513 556 5960 Mail Location 0069 Department of English University of Cincinnati 2700 Campus Way 248 McMicken Hall Cincinnati OH 45221 0069 Click to View West Campus Map Jay Twomey Department Head Associate Professor Phone 513 556 5924 Email Jay Twomey Uc Edu Office 248A McMicken Hall Grace Epstein Assistant Department Head Associate Professor Phone 513 556 4833 Office 110H McMicken Hall Email Grace Epstein Uc Edu Maria Romagnoli Director of Undergraduate Studies Educator Associate Professor Phone 513 556 1388 Office 110D McMicken Hall Email Maria Romagnoli Uc Edu Michael Griffith Professor Director of Graduate Studies Phone 513 556 5924 Email Michael Griffith Uc Edu Office 248 McMicken Hall Geri Hinkle Wesseling Business Manager Phone 513 556 0786 Office 248 McMicken Hall Email Geri Hinkle Uc Edu Jennifer Habel Coordinator of Creative Writing Phone 513 556 5924 Office 248 McMicken Hall Email Jennifer Habel Uc Edu Devore Nixon Administrative Coordinator Phone 513 556 5960 Office 248 McMicken Hall Email Devore Nixon Uc Edu Kevin Newman Financial Administrator Phone 513 556 3906 Office 248 McMicken Hall Email Kevin Newman Uc Edu Christopher Carter Composition Director Associate Professor Phone 513 556 0740 Office 245C McMicken Hall Email Christopher Carter uc edu Joyce Malek Coordinator 1st Year Writing Educator Associate Professor Phone 513 556 0462 Office 245C McMicken Hall Email Joyce Malek Uc Edu Chris Campagna Coordinator 2nd Year Writing Online Instruction Educator Assistant Professor Phone 513 556 3940 Office 351 McMicken Hall Email campagc ucmail uc edu Kelly Blewett PhD Rhetoric and Composition Student Assistant to the Director Phone 513 556 5928 Office 248 McMicken Hall Email blewetky mail uc edu Back to Top Beth Ash Area Director of Literary Cultural

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/english/contact.html (2015-11-11)
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  • English Placement Test, University of Cincinnati
    to the criteria below English Placement Test Criteri a ACT Combined Writing English Score SAT Writing Score English Placement Test Required 28 or higher 630 or higher No Enroll in ENGL 1012 18 27 430 620 No Enroll in ENGL 1001 17 or lower 420 or lower Yes Complete the English Placement Test No ACT Combined Writing Scoring No SAT Writing Score Yes Complete the English Placement Test Students with transfer credit for English Composition or a score of 3 or higher on the AP English Language or Literature exam DO NOT take placement regardless of ACT SAT Writing Score Attention International Students If you are an international student without an IELTS or TOEFL score do not take the ENPT Instead please take the ESL English Placement test ESL ENPT administered by the Center for English as a Second Language CESL Email Valerie Stacy CESL Testing Office Coordinator at oept1 ucmail uc edu for registration information about the ESL ENPT Policies Scoring Testing Procedure What to Expect Appealing Placement Decision FAQs Contact Us Registration The English Placement Test is facilitated via Blackboard and is not completed at a traditional on site testing center or classroom facility Complete the following steps to register for the English Placement Test Step 1 Log into Blackboard Your username and password for Blackboard are your Central Login credentials the same as you use for email If you are having trouble logging into Blackboard contact University of Cincinnati Information technology at 513 556 4357 or via email at helpdesk uc edu If you are experiencing an issue with Blackboard contact Blackboard support at 513 556 1602 or via email at blackboard uc edu Step 2 Click the Courses tab at the top of the page then enter Main Campus English Placement in the Course Search box

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/english/composition/enpt.html (2015-11-11)
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