In 2022, we asked to students to reflect on how writing can be a tool of civic engagement, a celebration of gratitude, and a process of understanding of one’s worth.
An extravaganza of theater, music, dance, art, literature, technology and more brings the creative power of the University of Central Florida to Orlando’s Dr. Phillips Center. This year’s theme is the resilience of humanity and the healing power of art. An extravaganza of theater, music, dance, art, literature, technology and more brings the creative power of the University of Central Florida to Orlando’s Dr. Phillips Center.
messages of gratitute.
tales of everyday heroes.
declarations of personal truths.
letters for civic change.
Writing Across the Curriculum:
- Writing Across the Curriculum Director, Laurie Pinkert, and her three graduate assistants, Priscila Schilaro Santa Rosa, Megan Joy Eddington, and Anyssa Gonzalez, created and ran four NDOW booths across campus, including two in Trevor Colbourn Hall, one at the Student Union, and one in the John C. Hitt Library, as well as activities online
University Writing Center
- Consultants at the University Writing Center helped run the NDOW booths in Trevor Colbourn Hall; one UWC writing consultant, Isabelle Galan, shared stories of her writing journey at the NDOW reception
Department of Writing and Rhetoric
- Faculty members from the Department of Writing and Rhetoric helped staff the NDOW booths, including Dr. Martha Brenckle, Dr. Nikolas Gardiakos, and Dr. Sonia Arellano; students from the department helped staff the booths as well, including Taylor McNiff; the department chair, Dr. Sherry Rankins-Robertson, checked on the NDOW booths.