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Holly Hernandez

Timeline of Presentations

2011

  • For a panel titled, "Theorizing Writing in Digital Spaces: From Romance Genre to the “Secondary Orality,” Andrea Lunsford and Paul Rogers presented “Writing Lives in a Digital Landscape: Investigating the Boundaries between Extracurricular and Academic Writing in Higher Education” at the Conference of College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, GA. (8 April)
  • Jenn Fishman joined Bump Halbritter and Julie Lindquist for a presentation titled, "Toward New Models of Collaboration in Literacy Research: Lessons from the Stanford Study of Writing and the LiteracyCorps Michigan Project" at Writing Research Across Borders in Fairfax, VA. (18 February)

2010

  • Paul Rogers presented “Writing in the New Media Landscape and Across the Curriculum: Results from the Stanford Study of Writing” at the University of Bergen, Norway. (12 May)
  • Paul Rogers presented “Writing in the New Media Landscape and Across the Curriculum: Results from the Stanford Study of Writing” at the University of Oslo, on Norway. (7 May) 2010.<http://www.uio.no/forskning/tverrfak/kis/aktuelt/arrangementer/2010/paul_rogers_5mai.html

2009

  • At the Conference on College Composition and Communication, the SSW team hosted a panel titled, "21st-Century Writing Lives: Redefining Development, Performance, and Intellectual Property in College Writing." Paul Rogers presented “Dialogic Interaction, Fine Tuning, and the Leading Edge of Writing Development"; Jenn Fishman delivered, "Writing Is What Writing Does"; and Andrea Lunsford gave a talk titled, "Today's Students and Textual Ownership." Laure Stapleton chaired the panel, and Erin Krampetz served as respondent. (12 March)

2008

  • The SSW research team presented a panel titled "Patterns, Methods, and Contexts: Case Results from a Longitudinal Study of College Writing" for both the 3rd International Writing Research Conference in Santa Barbara, CA, and the Conference on College Composition and Communication in New Orleans, LA. The panel included an overview of the study by Andrea Lunsford, a further analysis of international student writing by Erin Krampetz, a discussion of the development of college writers' abilities by Paul Rogers; and a case study of one SSW participant (a chemistry major who went into teaching) by Laurie Stapleton. Jenn Fishman served as respondent. (3 April, 22 February)

2007

  • The SSW research team participated in a panel titled "Placing Identity: Lessons from a Longitudinal Study of Writing" at the Conference on College Composition and Communication. The panel was chaired by Andrea Lunsford. Presentations included, "I am Where I Write," Situating Writing during the College Years" by Jenn Fishman and Erin Krampetz; "Beyond the Bubble: Welcome to My Writing Week" by Study participant Satoko Kakihara; and "When I Grow Up: Writing Real-World Identities" by Laurie Stapleton. Marvin Diogenes served as respondent. (24 March)

2006

  • Andrea Lunsford spoke about the fifth year of the Stanford Study of Writing on a panel titled "Longitudinal Studies: Tales from the Field," which also included Deborah Brandt, Anne Herrington, Anne Beaufort, and Nancy Sommers. The panel took place at the Conference on College Composition and Communication in Chicago, IL. (23 March)
  • Jenn Fishman organized and chaired "Collaborating Across Institutions: A Roundtable on Future Longitudinal Writing Research" for the CCCC in Chicago, IL. Participants included LeeAnn Carroll, Smokey Wilson, Sally Barr Ebest, Stephen Wilhoit, Karen Paley, Doug Hesse, and Andrea Lunsford. (25 March)

2005

  • Andrea Lunsford and Jenn Fishman were invited to UC-Irvine where they delivered "Writing in the College Years: Findings from the Stanford Study of Writing" (31 October)
  • To mark Study students' final year of college, eight participants joined Andrea Lunsford, Jenn Fishman, Erin Krampetz, and Marin Diogenes on a featured panel, "Observations from the Stanford Study of Writing in its 4th Year." The students—Sophie Alcorn, Priyanka Bakaya, Ashleigh Collins, Thaala Montsi, Mark Otuteye, Amrit Rao, and Howard Shen—created recordings of this presentation which they gave away for donations, which went to San Francisco's Mission Literacy Center (18 March)
  • Jenn Fishman organized and chaired a panel with longitudinal research colleagues from a diversity of schools. The panel, titled "Diverse Perspectives on Access and Success: Reflections on Three Longitudinal Writing Studies," included Kate Pantelides and Berkeley Preparatory High School student Victoria Bekiempis, Smokey Wilson from Laney Community College, and LeeAnne Carroll from Pepperdine University. (18 March)
  • Andrea Lundford, Jenn Fishman, and Erin Krampetz presented "Lessons from the Stanford Study of Writing" as a keynote address at the 2nd International Santa Barbara Conference on Writing Research. Their address was entitled "The Stanford Study of Writing: Methods and Materials." (5 February)

2004

  • At the Conference on College Composition and Communication in San Antonio, TX, the Study research team represented by Andrea Lunsford, Jenn Fishman, and Corinne Arraez joined Smokey Wilson from Laney Community College for a panel titled, "Compositions that Matter: Perspectives from Longitudinal Studies of Writing at Three Sites." (26 March)
  • Also at the CCCC in San Antonio, Roland Hsu delivered a paper titled, "Computer-Aided Analysis of Student Writing in the Stanford Study of Writing" on the panel "Computer-Aided Rhetorical Analysis of Electronic Archives," which included Cheryl Geisler, David Kaufer, Pantelis Vlachos, and Peter Cramer. (26 March)
  • Andrea Lunsford, Jenn Fishman, and Erin Krampetz delivered "To Act, To Do, To Perform, To Write: Reflections on the Culture of Writing at Stanford" at the Northern California Writing Center Association Conference, which took place at Stanford University. (6 March)
  • Amrit Rao, Anna Mumford, Erin Krampetz, Jenn Fishman, and Andrea Lunsford gave a presentation titled "Changing Media, Changing Literacies, Changing Writing" at the National Council of Teachers of English Assembly for Research Conference in Berkeley, CA. (February)

2003

  • The SSW research team, represented by Andrea Lunsford, Jenn Fishman, and study participants Beth McGregor and Mark Otuteye, participated in a CCCC panel titled, "Transforming Writers: Perspectives on Writing Development." This presentation became the basis for the group's Braddock Award-winning article, "Performing Writing, Performing Literacy," which is available in College Composition and Communication: http://www.ncte.org/cccc/ccc/online-archive/v57-2.

2002

  • The research team gave the first SSW presentation at the 2002 CCCC in Chicago, IL, during the Study's first year. Presenters included Ticien Carlson, Kara Blond, Corinne Arraez, and Jenn Fishman. Andrea Lunsford chaired the panel. (March)