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WAC/WID

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The Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) and Writing-in-the-Disciplines (WID) Program at Daytona State College emphasizes the link between literacy education and disciplinary study. The WAC/WID Program is a partnership among UCF and DSC faculty, administrators, and the DSC-UCF Writing Center whose ultimate goal is to equip students with the literacy aptitude necessary for a world that demands strong communication skills in a range of disciplines, in myriad genres, and for varied audiences. Pursuant to this goal, WAC/WID at Daytona State College offers faculty and staff several opportunities for professional development throughout the year.

WAC/WID Professional Development Programs

Faculty Mentorship Program
Writing Fellows Program
Online Program: Active Learning, Critical Thinking, and Writing
Teaching and Learning Retreat

 

The program is open to all faculty and staff at Daytona State College. Participants who complete all segments of the program are eligible to become Faculty Fellows in the WAC/WID Program. Faculty Fellows serve as campus leaders through peer mentorship and program facilitation.

For more information about Daytona State College's WAC/WID program, explore our information sheet and quick facts sheet. For further information, please contact the WAC/WID Coordinator, Jessica Lipsey.

Click here for WAC/WID Assignments.

 

2017 WAC/WID Participants

2017 Teaching and Learning Retreat Level II Participants
  • Ben Graydon  School of Humanities & Communication
  • Rich Vollaro  School of Humanities & Communication
  • PJ Marek  School of Humanities & Communication
  • Jean Kinder-Rhodes  School of Humanities & Communication
  • Heather McGrane  School of Humanities & Communication
2017 Complete Year One (Teaching and Learning Retreat Level I, Mentorship, Online Program)
  • Zach Cordell  School of Health and Wellness
  • Maxine Hicks  School of Nursing
  • Lynn Hawkins  School of Humanities & Communication
  • Donna Mixon  School of Humanities & Communication
  • Sally McGee  School of Humanities & Communication
  • Scott Valezco  Mike Curb School of Music, Entertainment, and Art
2017 Mentorship Program Participants
  • Michelle Lee School of Humanities & Communication
  • Frank Gunshanon School of Humanities & Communication
  • Kevin Viega Mike Curb School of Music, Entertainment, and Art
  • Sherry Stupak School of Nursing
2017 Online Program Participants
  • Sherry Stupak  School of Nursing
  • Kaitlyn Ballenger  School of Humanities & Communication
  • Dee Gay  Cosmetology
  • Amy Szoka  School of Nursing
2017 Facilitators
  • Harun Thomas  School of Humanities and Communication
  • Jeff Zahnen  School of Mathematics
  • Kim Alacan  School of Mathematics
  • Joy Lewis  College of Education
  • Shana Deyo  BAS, School of Management

2016 WAC/WID Participants

2016 Participants, Departments, and Course Revised
  • Anne Burroughs  Nursing (NUR 2731 – Nursing Process IV)
  • Lavaughn Towell  Humanities & Communication (ENC 1102 – Writing with Research)
  • Bronwen Llewellyn  Humanities & Communication (ENC 1102 – Writing with Research)
  • Deborah Horvath  Nursing NUR 2731 – (Nursing Process IV (Med.-Surg.))
  • Gail Petracca  Nursing NUR 2940 – (Nursing Process V (final semester))
  • Bethany Creamer  Building & Architectural Technology
  • Amy Ringue  Education (New SLS course or redesign: EDF 1005 – Intro to Ed.; EDG 2085 – Diversity in Ed.; and/or EME 2040 – Tech. in Ed.)
  • Lenny Owens  DSC-UCF Writing Center
2016 Facilitators
  • Harun Thomas  School of Humanities and Communication
  • Heather McGrane  School of Humanities and Communication
  • Kim Alacan  School of Mathematics

2015 WAC/WID Participants

2015 Participants, Departments, and Course Revised
  • Heather McGrane  Humanities & Communication (ENC 1101 Introduction to Composition)
  • Brianna Kurtz  Mathematics (STA 2023 Elementary Statistics)
  • Jim Newell  Humanities & Communication (ENC 1102 – Writing with Research)
  • Trey Orndorff  Behavioral & Social Sciences (POS 2041 – American Federal Government)
  • Lei Wang  Mathematics
  • Muriel Fuqua  Humanities & Communication (ENC 1102 – Writing with Research)
  • Nicole Brown  School of Management (MAN 3240 – Organizational Behavior)
  • Charlene Latimer  School of Student Life Skills (SLS 2301 – Career Development)
  • Kimberly Alacan  Mathematics (MAC 1140 – Pre-calculus)
  • Michael McKeown  Behavioral & Social Sciences (AMH 2020 – U.S. History, 1865 – Present)
  • Georgia Jenkins  School of Emergency Services ( EMS 2604 – Paramedic II)
2015 Facilitators
  • Harun Thomas  School of Humanities and Communication
  • Jeff Zahnen  School of Mathematics
  • Maggie Karda  QUANTA
  • Becca Block  Director, DSC-UCF Writing Center

2014 WAC/WID Participants

2014 Participants, Departments, and Course Revised
  • Lakisha Holmes  School of Mathematics (STA 2023, Statistics)
  • Robert Dwarika  Mathematics (MAC 1105, College Algebra)
  • Paulette "P.J." Marek  English AML (2060 Contemporary American Lit.)
  • Tashana Howse  School of Education (MAE 2801 Elementary School Mathematics)
  • Michael Furlong  Library (UCF) (Module in Nursing Research 3165)
  • Steven C. Spencer  School of Visual Arts & Design (UCF) (PGY 3002 Contemporary Photography)
  • Harun Thomas  Humanities and Comm. (ENC 1102 Writing with Research)
  • Ben Graydon  Humanities and Communication (AML 2050 Modern American Lit.)
  • Steven Berman  Psychology (UCF) (PPE 3003 Personality Theories)
  • Jean Kinder-Rhodes  School of Humanities and Communication (ENC 1101 Intro to Comp)
  • Maggie Karda  QUANTA (REL 2300 Survey of World Religions)
  • Christian Bosse  School of Mathematics
  • Laine Wyatt  School of Visual Arts & Design (UCF) (PGY 4471 Photography Thesis)
  • Ted Wygant  Mike Curb Music, Art Dept. (ARH 2050 Art History)
  • Debra W. Woodall  Science OCE1001 (Intro to Oceanography Lab)
2014 Facilitators
  • Trey Orndorf  School of Behavioral & Social Sciences
  • Jeff Zahnen  School of Mathematics
  • Shana Deyo  BAS, School of Management
  • Jessica Kester  School of Humanities and Communication
  • Becca Block  Director, DSC-UCF Writing Center
  • Joy Lewis  College of Education

2013 WAC/WID Participants

2013 Participants, Departments, and Course Revised
  • Ravi Samitamana  School of Applied Business (MAR 2720, Intro to E-Commerce)
  • Meghan Griffin  BAS, School of Management (MAN 3353, Management Theory)
  • Shana Deyo  BAS, School of Management (GEB 3213, Business Writing)
  • Theresa Moore  BAS, School of Management (MAN 3240, Organizational Behavior)
  • Kathleen Lazarus  Humanities & Communication
  • Tracey Thornton  Humanities & Communication
  • Elena Jarvis  Humanities & Communication (MMC 1000, Intro to Mass Comm.)
  • Evan Rivers  Humanities & Communication / SLS (SLS 2505, Critical Thinking)
  • Michael Olson  School of Biology and Physical Sciences (MET 2010, Meteorology)
  • Natalie Weaver  School of Mathematics (MAC 1105, College Algebra)
  • Christel Saylor  School of Mathematics (STA 2023, Statistics)
  • Jeff Zahnen  School of Mathematics (STA 2023, Statistics)
  • Gabi Booth  School of Mathematics (STA 2023, Statistics)
  • Kelly Brooks  School of Mathematics(MAC 1105, College Algebra)
  • Diana Tata  School of Biology and Physical Sciences (MCB 1010, Microbiology)
  • John Connor  Education (EDF 1005, Intro to Education)
  • Joy Lewis  College of Education (RED 4844, Reading Practicum)
  • Jameal Adkins  Computer Science (CGS 1060, Basic Computer Science)
  • Margaret Overbey  School of Mathematics (MGF2107, Math for Liberal Arts)
2013 Facilitators
  • Michael Lanford  DSC-UCF Writing Center, UCF Coordinator
  • Elizabeth Barnes  School of Humanities and Communication
  • Trey Orndorff  School of Behavioral & Social Sciences
  • Rebecca Block  Director, UCF-DSC Writing Center
  • Richard Vollaro  School of Humanities and Communication

 

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Last updated: 2017-10-02T14:21:30.74Z