Many universities around the country now have writing programs modeled on the one Harvard first developed in the 1980s. These programs offer first-year writing courses aimed at teaching the principles that inform academic writing across the disciplines; to that end, they are generally staffed by full-time faculty who hold a wide range of humanities, social science, and science PhDs. Because many universities require their undergraduates to take first-year writing, hiring in this area remains relatively stable even during our current moment of fiscal uncertainty.
Tuesday, November 10, 2020
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Virtual Zoom Session: https://gc-cuny.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEqf-2hrzorGdx0cXFj-cKmQDW8lBOWbjE6
This workshop will introduce participants to the history of the Harvard expository writing model and will offer concrete guidance on how to put together a strong application for jobs of this kind. Dave Hershinow, Director of the Writing Center, will lead the session.
Doctoral students in all areas of study are encouraged to attend.