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Diana Hacker TYCA Outstanding Programs in English Award
Sponsored by the Two-Year College English Association (TYCA) of NCTE and Bedford/St. Martin’s
The first awards in memory of Diana Hacker were presented at the TYCA Breakfast at the CCCC Convention in 2005
The Diana Hacker TYCA Outstanding Programs in English Awards for Two-Year Colleges and Teachers are given annually and honor two-year college teachers and their colleges for exemplary programs that enhance students’ language learning, helping them to achieve their college, career, and personal goals. The TYCA Awards Committee is seeking submissions for the award to be given in 2019. The colleges selected for the awards and for honorable mention will be honored at the TYCA Breakfast at the CCCC Convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 16, 2019.
Applicants must complete the online submission form, with a brief description of their program (60 words or fewer), and a narrative (1,000 words or fewer). For more information read the award brochure or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nominations must be submitted electronically no later than December 1, 2018.
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Reaching Across Borders— Writing Across the College (Salt Lake Community College, UT). The Writing Across the College program collaboratively develops initiatives and programs to serve the writing needs and goals of—and to improve the culture, climate, and practice for—all stakeholder groups at SLCC: students, staff, faculty and administrators. WAC@SLCC’s vision is for all people in the SLCC community to respectfully support anyone who seeks to produce high quality, effective writing.
Fostering Student Success—Students Working in Interdisciplinary Groups (SWIG) (Queensborough Community College, Bayside, NY). Students Working in Interdisciplinary Groups promotes integrative, collaborative learning across participating classes. Students from courses in different disciplines use technology to collaborate and exchange ideas, often asynchronously, while learning to recognize and apply different disciplinary lenses in their thinking. SWIG assignments move the classes from a teacher-centered to a student-centered space where peers are the audience for learning and dialogue.
Enhancing Literature and Cultural Arts—Midlands Technical College Student English Conference (Midlands Technical College, Columbia, SC). The Midlands Technical College English Department organizes an annual Student English conference in which students across our FYC courses and our 200-level literature courses attend and present multimodal research projects, research papers, creative writing, and digital poster sessions. Students have the occasion to learn the processes and decorum of applying, preparing, presenting, and attending a professional academic conference.