Fall 2019 Course Titles

In each First-Year Writing course at UConn, students work on lines of inquiry or respond to guiding questions that serve as a shared space for writing throughout the term. Below, we’ve published the titles of courses that are currently available, and we will continue to update this list.

Course Section # Day/Time/Location (some tba) Last Name Course Title
1003 001 4:40PM – 5:55PM / MoWe / AUST103 Joel Nebres Narrative Empathy in Academic Writing
1003 002 4:00PM – 5:15PM / MoWe / Amy Nocton Love, Narrative and Contemporary Issues in Art and Film
1003 003 2:30PM – 3:45PM / MoWe / OAK239 Sarah DeCapua
1003 004 8:30AM – 9:45AM / MoWe / Sarah DeCapua
1003 005 2:00PM – 3:15PM / TuTh / MCHU308 Oliver Hiob
1003 006 4:45PM – 6:00PM / TuTh / Joel Nebres Narrative Empathy in Academic Writing
1003 007 10:10AM – 11:25AM / MoWe / Sarah DeCapua
1003 008 3:30PM – 14:45PM / TuTh / Oliver Hiob
1003 009 9:30AM – 10:45AM / TuTh / Oliver Hiob
1003 011 5:00PM – 6:15PM / TuTh / OAK107 Shawna Lesseur
1003 012 2:30PM – 3:45PM / MoWe / MONT113 Heon Jeon
1003 015 3:30PM – 4:45PM / TuTh / MCHU308 Alexandra Carey What is the American college experience?
1004 001 9:00AM – 10:45AM / TuTh / OAK268 Nicholas Brown Introduction to Academic Writing
1004 002 4:40PM – 6:25PM / MoWe / MONT314 Heon Jeon
1004 003 3:30PM – 5:15PM / TuTh / OAK108 Chad Jewett
1004 004 3:35PM – 5:20PM / MoWe / KNS202 Donald Buda
1004 005 12:30PM – 2:15PM / MoWe / AUST246 Stephanie Fischer Aims of Education
1004 006 8:00AM – 9:45AM / MoWe / FG107 Stephanie Fischer Aims of Education
1004 007 5:00PM – 6:45PM / TuTh / FSB18 Alexandra Carey Autopoiesis: Construction of the Self
1004 009 11:00AM – 12:45PM / TuTh / MCHU309 Heon Jeon
1004 010 2:00PM – 3:45PM / TuTh / CHMT113 Nicholas Brown Introduction to Academic Writing
1010 001 2:00PM – 3:45PM / TuTh / MCHU108 Julia Wold Rhetorics of Pop
1010 002 3:30PM – 5:15PM / TuTh / AUST445 Sierra McMillan Animal Life & Ethics
1010 003 3:35PM – 5:20PM / MoWe / HALL104 Leah Begg The Rhetoric of Nature, Climate Change, and Sustainability
1010 004 2:00PM – 3:45PM / TuTh / RHBA101 Imani Tucker
1010 005 8:10AM – 9:55AM / MoWe / STRS117 Arpita Mandal
1010 006 9:05AM – 10:50AM / MoWe / STRS001 Paula Weinman
1010 007 10:10AM – 11:55AM / MoWe / MCHU308 Emily Dolan
1010 008 8:00AM – 9:15AM / TuTh / OAK441 Catherine Albers Writing Through Gaming
1010 009 8:00AM – 9:15AM / TuTh / GENT203 Kelly Mahaffy You Had to Be There: The Rhetoric of Comedy
1010 010 2:30PM – 4:15PM / MoWe / GENT225 Tolonda Henderson Exploring Adolescence in Television
1010 011 5:00PM – 6:45PM / TuTh / OAK268 Ain Jeong Writing in the Key of Life: Life-Writing in a Digital Age
1010 012 11:00AM – 12:15PM / TuTh / GENT319 Amy Fehr
1010 013 4:40PM – 6:25PM / MoWe / RHBA001 Casey Smedberg
1010 014 11:00AM – 12:15PM / TuTh / MCHU307 Mollie Kervick Interrogating Truth in Documentary Media
1010 015 2:00PM – 3:15PM / TuTh / WOOD4B Nicole Lawrence Composing through Collaboration
1010 017 9:15AM – 11:00AM / MoWe / AUST247 Micah Goodrich The Ethics of Creation
1010 018 1:25PM – 3:10PM / MoWe / AUST164 Cassidy Allen
1010 019 2:00PM – 3:45PM / TuTh / STRS002 Andrew Merecicky
1010 020 2:00PM – 3:45PM / TuTh / FSB102 Emily Dolan
1010 021 9:00AM – 10:45AM / TuTh / HALL104 Darby Lacey Rhetorics of Money
1010 022 2:30PM – 4:15PM / MoWe / CAST201 Suhyun Kim
1010 023 10:45AM – 12:30PM / MoWe / KNS202 Maurice Rodriguez Rhetorics of Hip Hop
1010 024 4:00PM – 5:45AM / TuTh / STRS 117 James Shivers Media & the Critical Eye: Reading Multimodal Discourse Past and Present
1010 025 2:30PM – 4:15PM / MoWe / AUST247 Jonathan Merola
1010 026 3:35PM – 5:20PM / MoWe / OAK269 Christopher Bolster
1010 027 5:00PM – 6:45PM / TuTh / OAK267 Katie Nunnery
1010 028 3:30PM – 5:15PM / TuTh / KNS105 Bronwyn DiPeri Fairy Tales Past and Present: Examining Gender, Power, and Social Justice
1010 029 4:00PM – 5:45PM / MoWe / MCHU309 Kelly Cecchini
1010 030 12:30PM – 2:15PM / TuTh / STRS001 Bronwyn DiPeri Fairy Tales Past and Present: Examining Gender, Power, and Social Justice
1010 031 10:10AM – 11:55AM / MoWe / STRS303 Meghan Brown Public Writing, Public Selves
1010 032 8:00AM – 9:45AM / MoWe / AUST202 Wei-Hao Huang Aspects of Education
1010 033 2:00PM – 3:15PM / TuTh / GENT101 Ruth Book
1010 034 5:00PM – 6:45PM / MoWe / OAK106 Matthew Dentice
1010 035 3:30PM – 5:15PM / TuTh / HALL104 Mary Breann Leake The Voices that Raise History: Readings in a Rhetorical Time
1010 036 11:15AM – 1:00PM / MoWe / KNS116 Kaylee Mootz Visual Rhetorics of Blackness
1010 053 5:30PM – 7:15PM / MoWe / HALL104 Psyche Ready
1010 054 6:30PM – 8:15PM / TuTh / MCHU111 Sarah King
1010 055 12:30PM – 2:15PM / TuTh / KNS105 Emma Lee
1010 056 8:00AM – 9:45AM / TuTh / OAK267 Kiedra Taylor
1010 057 2:00PM – 3:45PM / TuTh / CHMT213 Kenia Rodriguez
1010 058 4:00PM – 5:45PM / TuTh / AUST434 Andrew Merecicky
1011 001 8:10AM – 9:55AM / MoWe / MCHU308 Tina Huey Performance and Portraiture
1011 002 2:30PM – 4:15PM / MoWe / AUST103 Matthew Gallagher Identity and Culture in Literatur
1011 003 5:00PM – 6:45PM / TuTh / MCHU308 Kerry Carnahan
1011 004 5:00PM – 6:45PM / MoWe / AUST313 Emma Capron
1011 005 12:20PM – 2:05PM / MoWe / MCHU308 Roxanne Gentry
1011 008 10:10AM – 11:55AM / MoWe / E2323 Dan Healy Sound and Vision: Composition Across Media
1011 012 12:30PM – 2:15PM / TuTh / HALL104 Breann Leake Slam Poetry in Social Conversation
1011 013 8:00AM – 9:45AM / MoWe / MCHU309 Jacob Couturiaux
1011 014 11:15AM – 1:00PM / MoWe / HALL104 Samadrita Kuiti The Truth in the Lie: The Rhetoric of Social Justice in Science Fiction Narratives
1011 015 4:40PM – 6:25PM / MoWe / OAK235 Thomas Layman Concepts of Liberty
1011 016 3:35PM – 5:20PM / MoWe / MCHU110 Kenneth Dula Bioethics and Human Duality
1011 017 3:30PM – 5:15PM / TuTh / AUST164 William Biel Modern Medievalisms: The Middle Ages on Film
1011 019 4:40PM – 6:25PM / MoWe / AUST164 Matthew Gallagher Identity and Culture in Literature
1011 020 8:00AM – 9:45AM / TuTh / MCHU309 Maggie Helming
1011 021 5:00PM – 6:45PM / MoWe / AUST102 Amanda Fairbanks
1011 022 8:00AM – 9:45AM / TuTh / AUST164 Chad Jewett
1011 023 4:40PM – 6:25PM / MoWe / OAK301 Seth Riemer
1011 024 9:05AM – 10:50AM / MoWe / MCHU108 Sarah Bertekap The Rhetoric of Rebellion
1011 032 3:30PM – 5:15PM / TuTh / GENT103 Katelyn Jaynes Power in Speculative Fiction
1011 033 1:25PM – 3:10PM / MoWe / AUST313 Elizabeth Reinwald Fairy Tales, Then and Now
1011 035 5:00PM – 6:45PM / MoWe / AUST344 Cindy Genzano  The Power of Tragedy: Why does it fascinate us?
1011 036 4:00PM – 5:45PM / TuTh / STRS001 Erin Lynn
1011 037 11:15AM – 1:00PM / MoWe / AUST434 Margaret Ascenzo The Rhetoric of Personhood
1011 039 6:00PM – 7:45PM / MoWe / MONT414 Kenneth Dula Bioethics and Human Duality
1011 041 3:35PM – 5:20PM / MoWe / OAK401 Matthew Simpson Arguing with Yourself: Identity, Relationships, and Writing