Articles

Storytelling has long been part of the academic world.

The anthropologist narrates a cockfight in Bali. The economist tells the story of Google buses in San Francisco. The sociologist follows an immigrant Southeast Asian family en route to rural Mississippi.

Based on my own experience, research, and analysis, I have come to realize that many entering freshmen are at a disadvantage because of the composition instruction they received in high school.

A colleague leaves a tenured position to join the College Writing Programs faculty: an interview with Carmen Acevedo Butcher.

The role of the Multilingual Student Writing Consultant at UC Berkeley is outlined in this article, along with answers to FAQs.

Immediately after I graduated high school, I enrolled in the Global Edge Program in the summer sessions at Berkeley, after which I spent my first regular term in London in Fall 2015, taking a number of courses in College Writing, Art History, and Political Science, courses designed to make the most of my experience in London.

How can we introduce academic research to lower-division students who experience "library anxiety," feeling ashamed of their ignorance and unsure where to start?

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