Yes, it’s a college-wide learning goal, an FYS learning goal, and we know it’s a critically important skill, but honestly who can afford the precious class-time it takes to teach oral expression? Colleagues Shawna Shapiro (Writing and Linguistics Programs) and Sarah Stroup (Political Science) will join Oratory Now Director Dana Yeaton (Theater) in a demonstration and discussion of the many ways, large and small, we can use speaking to deepen, broaden, and in some cases even expedite, what we already do.
Student Group Revives Speech Contest after 50-Year Hiatus , Parker Merrill Speech Competition, Spring 2016
Orational Thought, Middlebury Magazine, Summer 2016
Envisioning a Rhetoric That Binds Us, a community-initiated conversation report, February 2017
Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP for lunch by 4 pm on Friday, April 7, 2017.
The Academic Roundtable is co-sponsored by the Center for Teaching, Learning, & Research
and the Library