2009-10 Selected Essays
The editorial committee of e.g., UW’s online journal of 100-level writing, is pleased to announce the winning essays for 2009-10:
Paige Edmiston, “The Tell Tale Word: The Role of Authorship in Literary Analysis”
Jessica Oscoy, “The Irony of Higher Education”
And our i.e. winner for 2009-10:
Sarah Montgomery, “‘Cinderella’: An Excerpt From Bedtime Stories with Holden Caulfield”
Selections for the journal were made by members of e.g. editorial committee. All members present at editorial committee meetings offer an opinion on which essays should be selected for publication, except in cases where an editor happens to be the instructor of one of the student submitters. In this case, the editor does not read, evaluate, or offer an opinion/vote on work submitted by his or her former student.
The e.g. editorial committee found the above works to be an exemplary piece of 100-level writing demonstrating excellence in claim and communication and proficiency in the Expository Writing Program’s outcomes.
- 2009-10 i.e. Winner: “‘Cinderella’: An Excerpt From Bedtime Stories with Holden Caulfield” by Sarah Montgomery
- 2009-10 Winner: “The Irony of Higher Education” by Jessica Oscoy
- 2009-10 Winner: “The Tell Tale Word: The Role of Authorship in Literary Analysis” by Paige Edmiston
- 2011-2012 i.e. Winner: “The impact of tangible evidence” by Rebecca Eskildsen
- 2011-2012 Winner: “A Virtual Exchange of Basketball Culture” by Ameen Tabatabai
- Read-Around Groups (2)
- Rhetorical Peer Review
- 2010-11 i.e. Winner: “That’s So Ghetto!” by Pat Origenes
- 2010-11 Winner: “Literal and Metaphorical: Racial Themes in Harry Potter” by Kayhan Nejad
- 2010-11 Selected Essays
- CFP: 2012 UW Teaching and Learning Symposium
- Award Ceremony & Pizza Party for 2010-11 e.g. Winners
- Introducing i.e.