Category Archives: Visual Communication 2016

Kirby Baber

English 1302: Composition and Rhetoric II. The multi-genre research project is an intensive exploration of an author, their work, and related topic. It is an opportunity to present the knowledge gained in both traditional and creative ways. Often students find … Continue reading

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Dillon McGee

ENGLISH 1302:  COMPOSITION AND RHETORIC II Over the centuries, fairy tales have been adapted to suit a wide array of audiences across the globe. Innovations in storytelling often begin with archetypal figures and plots in folkloric traditions. Fairy tales have … Continue reading

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Ian Fairclough

ENGLISH 1301: COMPOSITION AND RHETORIC I. The historical non-fiction text, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, by Rebecca Skloot raises many issues regarding medical ethics and illustrates racial injustices and social struggles of one family. Ian has written a Literary … Continue reading

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Amanda Allen, Devyn Fitzpatrick, Lindsey Solis, and Esteban Vazquez

BIOLOGY 1406: BIOLOGY I FOR SCIENCE MAJORS. Biology 1406: Scientists must be able to write about the experiments and the research that they are doing in a very concise and detailed manner.  This is important so that other scientists can … Continue reading

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