Kickoff and Welcome
Presenters: Dr. Kendra Mitchell, Symposium Chair
Dr. Larry Robinson, FAMU President
Let's kick off the HBCU Symposium together! Listen to Symposium Chair Dr. Kendra Mitchell speak to this year's vision, keynote speakers and sessions, and more. You'll also hear from Florida A&M University's 12th President, Dr. Larry Robinson, and from Dr. Na'Imah Ford, Chair of the Department of English and Modern Languages at FAMU.
Writing to Learn in the Content Areas: What should/could the role of first-year writing classes be to non-writing departments?
Presenter: Anna Small Roseboro
Beyonce’s Homecoming: Using Pop Culture to Teach Transdisciplinary Rhetoric and Writing
Presenter: Kimberly Fain, Texas Southern University
Presented as a part of Panel #8: Using Multimodal Texts to Teach Rhetorical Analysis.
Keynote: "Still Standing: Student Voices, Curation, and HBCU Legacies"
Presenter: Dr. Regina N. Bradley, Assistant Professor, Kennesaw State University
This lecture/workshop explores how to fruitfully engage students' voices and experiences to contribute to and expand the long-standing legacy of HBCUs via their writing in composition focused courses.
A Novel Containing a Review of an Innovative Reform of Writing at 13 HBCUs
Presenter: Jon Woodson, Howard University