The Program in Writing and Rhetoric offers notations in cultural rhetorics and science communication.
A Notation is a designation that appears on your transcript indicating your advanced work in rhetoric and communication. It is like a minor but allows more latitude in completing the required work and focuses on an interdisciplinary ePortfolio rather than a high number of additional courses.
Click on the cards below to learn more about each notation program.
Notation in Cultural Rhetorics
Consider the ways that language, rhetoric, and ideas operate across cultures and traditions
Notation in Science Communication
Develop the ability to communicate technical information to a variety of audiences using multiple genres and modes
Upcoming and Recent Events
Congrats to our NSC Grads!
Seven students earned their Notation in Science Communication at our ceremony on May 20th, including: May Aye, Citlali Blanco, Joshua Buchi-Ahiabuike, Natalie Cross, Trudie Grattan, Vrinda Suresh, and Nuzhah Tarsoo.
NSC @ TEACH 2022 Conference
Several students from the NSC Class of 2022 and NSC Coordinator Emily Polk participated in a plenary panel discussion at the Teach 2022 Sustainable Teaching and Learning conference
Dimensions of Asian and Asian American Rhetorics
Presented by the Notation in Cultural Rhetorics, the Program in Writing and Rhetoric, and the Asian American Activities Center (A3C), this panel discussion explores what the study of rhetoric looks like in the context of Asian and Asian American experiences.
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