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RCTE professor Adela C. Licona presented with the “Sparkplug” award from the youth staff of the Tucson Youth Poetry Slam

At the 5th Annual Tucson Youth Poetry Slam’s All City Slam Championships, RCTE professor Adela C. Licona will be presented with the “Sparkplug” award.

RCTE graduate student Madelyn Tucker Pawlowski chosen as one of ten members of the 2015-2016 Bedford New Scholars Advisory Board

RCTE graduate student Madelyn Tucker Pawlowski has been chosen as one of ten members of the 2015-2016 Bedford New Scholars Advisory Board.

RCTE graduate student Devon Kehler’s article accepted for publication in the journal Women & Performance

RCTE graduate student Devon Kehler’s article titled "Tori Amos' (Re)Sounding and (Dis)Appearing Girls: Conceptual and Sonic Approaches to Assembled Femininity" has been accepted fo

RCTE graduate students Kate Chaterdon, Lizzy Bentley, and Katie Silvester's article published in Writing Commons

RCTE graduate students Kate Chaterdon, Lizzy Bentley, and Katie Silvester just had an article titled "

RCTE associate professor Matthew Abraham's book recently reviewed

RCTE associate professor Matthew Abraham's Out of Bounds: Academic Freedom and the Question of Palestine was recently reviewed by Nigel Parson's in New Zealand International Review

Mid American Review interview about MFA student Nina Boutsikaris' writing and teaching

Check out the Mid American Review interview about Nina Boutsikaris' writing and teaching:

RCTE researchers and COH Dean receive Innovative Learning Project Catalyst Grant

RCTE researchers Ken McAllister, Lizzy Bentley, Kate Chaterdon, José Cortez, Maggie Melo, and COH Dean Mary Wild

RCTE PhD student Daniel Bernal's presentation accepted to the CWPA Conference

RCTE PhD student Daniel Bernal has been accepted to present "Meta-Genre for the Meta-Major: Sustaining FYC in a Specializing Academy: at the Council of Writing Program Administrators (CWPA) confere

RCTE PhD student Kristin Winet's classes featured

RCTE PhD student Kristin Winet's technical writing classes and her community partnership with Lee Bucyk from the Hermitage Cat Shelter were

Alison Hawthorne Deming received a 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship

Alison Hawthorne Deming received a 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship to work on "Lament for the Makers," an essay collection.

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