Senior Projects Shine in the Professional Writing and Rhetoric Showcase

Ten PWR seniors presented their senior projects yesterday afternoon in the Professional Writing and Rhetoric Showcase. It is very appropriate that the event was held during the week dedicated to the appreciation of student achievement. All of the projects were certainly worthy of appreciation.

PWR faculty evaluated the presentations while faculty in other concentrations of the English department, faculty from other departments, and student spectators cycled around the room, hearing from seniors themselves about the impressive projects they’ve been devoted to over the past few months.

The showcase included the following presentations: The Power of Travel Writing by Katie Kenney, Rhetorical Recommendations to Improve Student Fan Attendance at Elon Basketball Games by James Shaver, CUPID Associates Handbook by Kristin Pinder, Communication Strategies for Effective Service: Recommendations to Enhance the Branding and Communication of Calling All Crows by Anna Becker, Rhetoric and Business: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Marketing Recommendations by Kevin Thompson, Roman v. Smith: A Mock-Trial Mini Case by Michael McFarland, What Makes a Mentor: Mentoring Relationships and Best Mentoring Practices in the Elon College Fellows Program at Elon University by Victoria Doose, The Conservator’s Center: Earth Day Celebration by Kasey Thompson, Developing a Production Company: A Handbook and Recommendations for Periclean Productions, and Strategies for Revising an Honors Thesis Publication in a Professional Journal by Mary Kate Hinshaw.

Congratulations to all of the presenters, and good luck in your final weeks at Elon before graduation.


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