Friday, September 13, 12-12:50, in our open area, Dr. Tonya Stremlau will be leading “A Conversation on Academic Writing in Graduate School.”
Tonya Stremlau joined the Department of English at Gallaudet in 1996 right after finishing her Ph.D. in composition and rhetoric from Louisiana State University. She currently serves as the coordinator of the Gallaudet English Center, working with the Tutorial and Instructional Programs. She teaches a variety of courses, including fiction writing, advanced English grammar, composition theory and practice, and (written English) deaf literature. Her most recent creative and scholarly work is focused on fiction writing. Her short story “Local Deaf Woman Abandons Twin Infants” appears in Deaf American Prose 1980-2010 (Eds. Nelson and Harmon, 2012).
Bring your lunch, your copy of Strunk and White*, and join us!
*Check this out: http://chronicle.com/article/50-Years-of-Stupid-Grammar/25497
What: Brown bag lunch presentation on academic writing
When: September 13
Where: the Open Area (SLCC 3233)