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?
The author connects his father's profession as a journalist and his own public service as a writing tutor.
The recent election has reminded us of the importance—and difficulty—of communicating our work in academia, of “translating” expert or specialized knowledge in a way that is both understandable and relevant.
Letters are a way of testifying, of sharing something internal, of unloading, of finding common ground, and also of raising your voice.
History shows that that reaching out to our students in times of fear can have a deep impact.