Krieger School Faculty and Staff are invited to attend a Town Hall conversation about the possible implications of ChatGPT and other AI technologies.
ChatGPT and Pizza — Feb. 23 11:30a.m.
ChatGPT and College Students: What does this mean for you? (and why are your professors so freaked out?) Join your peers for pizza! and a discussion of what ChatGPT means for higher education and you. When: Thursday, February 23 11:30a.m. – 1p.m. Where: Writing Center, Gilman 230 ChatGPT has been all over the news of late. Is […]
UWP Lecturer Interviews Authors Bourland & Rukeyser
Senior Lecturer Nate Brown recently interviewed two novelists about their work. Writing for the Los Angeles Review of Books, his conversation with Baltimore-based novelist Barbara Bourland investigates the complexities of western princess narratives and the fundamental problems of life under capitalism, topics central to the author’s latest work, The Force of Such Beauty. In the […]
Dr. Lisa E. Wright Reflects on “Radical Writing Center Praxis” by Laura Greenfield (2019)
Lecturer Lisa E. Wright along with Writing Center Director Anna Sicari reviewed Laura Greenfield’s text Radical Writing Center Praxis: A Paradigm for Ethical Political Engagement. Together they converse about Greenfield’s theories and models that call writing center tutors and directors to be committed to social justice and antiracist work. After implementing some of what the […]
Poetry Reading: Hidden Palace – Donald Berger + Jean McGarry
February 1, 2023 @ 7 p.m. Location: Fadensonnen Please join University Writing Program Lecturer, Donald Berger, and former Writing Seminars Professor and Author Jean McGarry, for Hidden Palace. Hidden Palace is a local “monthly reading & storytelling event by poets and writers. […] Every 1st Thursday of the month.” –FS
Pedagogue Podcast with Dr. Laura Hartmann-Villalta
In this half-hour podcast episode, Hartmann-Villalta shares her experiences as a part-time adjunct instructor at Georgetown University, discussing the precarity and fraught conditions of adjunct labor more broadly, and connecting these to her work serving on MLA’s Committee on Contingent Labor in the Profession. She also explains how her research on the Spanish Civil War finds […]
Pavesich Essay: “Not If, But How”
Director Pavesich reflects on the public state of humanities in his short essay Not If, But How. In his essay, Pavesich explores ways for teachers, students, and the community to engage in humanist partnerships. In collaboration with the National Humanities Alliance, the Federation of State Humanities Councils, and Routledge, Taylor and Francis, his work is featured […]
Historic Changes in JHU Undergraduate Education
UWP is part of exciting changes at Hopkins: starting in 2022-23, all first-year Krieger students take First-Year Writing, in which they learn foundational skills of academic writing and writing across genres. We also offer advanced undergraduate writing classes and Teaching Writing Workshop for grad students and postdocs. Our colleagues across Homewood and our curious, willing […]
New Publication: Writing Beyond the University
Writing Beyond the University: Preparing Lifelong Learners for Lifewide Writing extends the burgeoning scholarly conversation regarding the role of writing in lifelong and lifewide learning. The collection introduces higher education faculty, staff, and administrators to research on how all members of a campus community can prepare learners to be effective writers beyond the university, in personal, professional, […]
UWP hiring new faculty for 2023-2024
The UWP is running two searches for multiple positions beginning in 2023-2024. Applications are now closed.