You are probably wondering about how we are handling fall courses in Writing Studies. Below, you’ll find a list of updates about our courses. In short, all three of our courses will be available online via Zoom during the hours they are scheduled. We are offering one course (Fiction Workshop) with an in-person or online option, in an effort to provide some on-campus connection. This course is designed to be flexible and can move fully online if needed.
Please see the information below regarding each course. Also, please know that we will make every effort possible to make the fall semester productive, interactive, and enjoyable for you.
ENG 560: Rhetoric Then and Now (Core Course)
Mondays – 6:30 – 9:15 p.m., Dr. Melissa Goldthwaite
ENG 614: Road to Revolution in the 1960’s
Tuesdays – 6:30 – 9:15 p.m., Dr. Owen Gilman
In-person or online (via Zoom):
ENG 670: Fiction Writing Workshop
Thursdays – 6:30 – 9:15 p.m., Professor Tenaya Darlington
Note: We will be in a large classroom with 6 feet between desks. Masks are required. Anyone who prefers to attend online via Zoom is welcome to do so as long as you can do so in real-time. If the class opts to move entirely online at any point, we will do so. My goal is to be flexible and meet the needs of everyone in the course.
Tenaya Darlington and Writing Studies Faculty