Presenting Your Work for Diverse Audiences

This workshop will focus on presenting work (written, oral and digitally) for diverse audiences.  Components of this interactive session will include 1) the negative instance — failure to take audience into consideration; 2) the positive instance — how audiences are created in novels; 3) cultivating writing communities and writing groups as ways to experience audience immediately; and 4) cultivating the private dimension of writing. Workshop participants can expect to engage with evidence-based practices that address inclusivity of audiences.

February 27, 2018 from 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm
Location: E-106 Martin Hall, Dean's Conference Room

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Presented by:

Dr. Karen A. High

She is currently serving as Professor in the ESED within CECAS.

Educational/training background

Dr. Karen High holds an academic appointment as professor in the Engineering Science and Education department and holds joint appointments in the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering department as well as the Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences department. Dr. High’s educational and research emphasis includes STEM faculty development, graduate students, critical thinking and communication skills, online learning, enhancing mathematics success, and promoting inclusion in STEM.

Cameron F. Bushnell

She is currently serving as Associate Professor in the English Department within College of Architecture, Arts & Humanities.

Educational/training background

Cameron Bushnell, Director, Pearce Center for Professional Communication and Associate Professor, English at Clemson University, works on global politics in aesthetic forms and in the humanities, exploring intersections of postcoloniality, politics, and Western music. Her monograph, published by Routledge, is Postcolonial Readings of Music in World Literature: Turning Empire on its Ear (2013).

Dr. Claire L. Dancz

She is currently serving as Research Associate Education Systems in the Watt Family Innovation Center.

Educational/training background

Claire L. A. Dancz, Ph.D., M.ASCE is a Research Associate in Education Systems at Watt Family Innovation Center at Clemson University. Her research focuses on technology-rich learning environments, conation, formation of teams, student work patterns, and professional STEM communication. She serves as external evaluator on engineering and science education research projects and initiatives. She has previously conducted mixed-methods research on approaches to integrating sustainability, National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Grand Challenges for Engineering, and active, experiential learning pedagogies into civil engineering curriculum and assessment of civil engineering students’ knowledge of sustainability. She serves on the Formal Engineering Education Subcommittee to the Committee on Sustainability at the American Society for Civil Engineering, teaches a interdisciplinary course on Conation and Creativity in Engineering, and is the director for NAE Grand Challenge Scholars Program at Clemson. Dr. Dancz has been a Kolbe™ Certified Consultant since 2013. 


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