Daylight is starting to stick around a little longer and flowers are popping up all over campus, signaling the end of winter, winter term and the beginning of the final stretch of this academic year. What a dynamic and transformational academic year it has been! Rob Johnstone’s February visit was a productive, action-packed two days. While here, Rob and his team met with the eight Guided Pathways teams, administration, specific faculty groups, students, and various departments across campus. Moving forward, his team provided ideas on targeted action plans on how to continue developing Guided Pathways at Lane. This work can’t happen without the involvement of all of us. Whether or not you’re a direct part of a Guided Pathways work group, every job, department, and classification at Lane is ultimately involved in Guided Pathways. While the days are getting longer, the to-do lists are as well, so thank you for Read More
The text of my presentation at the MLA in Seattle Jan 12, 2020.
Avoiding the Community College “Cool Out” in English Graduate Programs: Some Concerns about Equity and the Discipline in a Tough Job Market
The University of Oregon celebrates the tenth year of its Undergraduate Research Symposium on May 21, 2020. Once again, we are preparing Lane students to participate! UO has created a special abstract submission process for Lane Community College students and visiting McNair Scholars. The symposium organizers are also working on a video of Lane students … Continue reading “Preparing for UO’s Undergraduate Research Symposium 2020”
The following students took the honors section of WR 227 Technical Writing in fall of 2019. As part of their honors work for the term, they reflected on the research projects they conducted in the class and uploaded the reflections to their ePortfolios. Annie Taylor is a student athlete who runs cross country and track. … Continue reading “Honors Reflections Fall 2019”