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Continuing the discussion of “Literacy Across Cultures”

Date(s): October 8, 2004
Time(s): 8:00 am
Location: Museum Rotunda

Continuing the discussion of “Literacy Across Cultures,” registration begins at 8:00 a.m. in the Museum Rotunda. Dr. James Anderson, Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity, will offer opening remarks on “Literacy, Culture & Leadership” followed by two experts on writing and rhetoric. Dr. Nancy Grimm, Michigan Technological University, will discuss “Teaching Literacy in Global Times: Designing Learning for Identity-Changing Experiences” and Dr. Beverly Moss, Ohio State University, will discuss “A Writing Center’s Response to the Literacy Needs of a Diverse Community.” A noon luncheon will be held at the Conference Center sponsored by International Programs with a luncheon presentation by Texas State University Professor Byron Augustin on “Arab culture in a Global Society.” All events are free. To register visit http://uwc.tamu.edu/events/symposium/index.html or contact Dr. Valerie Balester, (979) 458-1455.

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