The School for New Learning
2013-2014 Submission Deadline: April 1, 2014, Writing Showcase Application Form
The Writing Showcase celebrates the outstanding writing of SNL students. If you have received an “A” on a paper or glowing feedback on an Independent Learning Project (ILP), consider submitting your work to the Writing Showcase. You may submit up to three pieces of writing. By submitting your work, you not only share your accomplishment with others, but also provide inspiration to your fellow SNL students as they work on their writing assignments. Excellent submissions will be recognized at the Spring Awards Luncheon.
Toni M. Bond Leonard, The Struggle for Reproductive and Intellectual Integrity
Lisa Freeman, Running for the Train
Brian Leonard, Lost in America: A Reagan-Era Comedy and Goldman Sachs' Bonuses: Justified or Not?
Leonard Musielak, The Corporate Culture Conundrum: Cross Cultural Issues in International Human Resource Management
Kristine Schultz, It's the End of the World as We Know It
Jeffrey C. Barg, A Happier New Year from Poston and Do Squirrels Matter?
Nathan Fey, Mary Magdalene and the Markan Appendix
Stephen A. Hall, Cultural Competence in the Writing Center: Partnering with Students of Color in Writing through Understanding
Jeffery A. Kidd, A Terminal Day
Margaret D. Sabatino, Alternatives for handling stormwater runoff from disconnected downspouts in urban cold climate areas.
Mark Fung, Analyzation and Application of the Writing Process
David Graham, Polly's Dilemma
Monique Maher, Birth
Robert Martin, Identifying and Addressing Deficiencies in United States Healthcare
Leonard T. Musielak, "Google-ing" China: An Ethical Analysis of Google's Censorship Activities in the People's Republic
Edward Pinkowski, Warsaw, Chicago, and Greek Tragedies
Amy Tesch, Creativity Can Lead to Better Health . . . Care Reform
Joan Travers, My Skydiving Mishaps: A Quick Lesson in Physics
Adebiyi Gbadehan, Social Networking Sites
Leonard Musielak, Advertising and Society
Michaline Siera, Lady Lazarus and the Lady in White: The Voices and Visions of Sylvia Plath and Emily Dickinson
Bryan Smith, Persuasive Writing in Freakonomics Revised and Expanded
Janice Loudon Stoner, People, Planet, Profit
James G. Sula, New Media's Impact on Society
Carolyn Allen, Learning from Experience when Dementia is the Default: the Adventure of Reading to the Hard of Understanding
Latonya Brown, Black Women versus White Women: How does race impact the way female sexuality is presented in music videos?
Antonia Callas, Either/Or
Kathy Nimmer, Three Ordinary Pieces of Writing
Megan Stemm-Wade, The American Dream in Postwar Classroom Films
Stephan Weber, Twelve Year Sentence
Antonia Callas, 610 Signal Hill Road
James I. Davis, Green Town
Nathan Fey, Solidarity of Wind
Rita Leganski, In the Victorian Wild
Vivian C. Ramos, Unite our Multicultural Country: English as the Official Language of the United States
Megan Stemm-Wade, The Flawed Consumer: Advertising to Women