A World Alight: Tools of Illumination

Panel Discussion | November 2 | 12-1:30 p.m. | 242 César E. Chávez Student Center

 Alison Post, Associate Professor, Political Science and Global Metropolitan Studies; Damon Young, Assistant Professor, French and Film & Media; Grace Lavery, Assistant Professor, English; Hertha Sweet Wong, Professor, English; Kathleen Donegan, Associate Professor, English; Lok Siu, Associate Professor, Ethnic Studies and Asian American & Asian Diaspora Studies

 Student Learning Center (SLC) Writing Program

In celebration of Berkeley’s 150th birthday and in the spirit of Fiat Lux, this faculty panel discusses the role of writing in bringing new knowledge to light. Panelists will share the writing practices and tools they use to shape academic discourse and create meaningful scholarship.

About the #FacultyasWriters Series
Every semester, the SLC Writing Program brings together faculty from across disciplines to discuss the role of writing in the discovery process. Geared towards undergraduates, the series seeks to demystify academic writing at the research university and expose student writers to diverse approaches and strategies for effective engagement. By promoting a writing culture that embraces process, the series seeks to embolden student writers to own their voice and hone their ability to contribute to the academic discourse at Cal and beyond.

 Students - Undergraduate

 All Audiences

  RSVP online

 slcwritingprg@berkeley.edu

 A World Alight Flyer