Spotlight on Op-Eds with David Jarmul_part 1

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Essay Writing, English Language, Academic Writing, Editing

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love this course, very engaging, I can find more tips about my English Writing, and I would like to practice more and more.Remember the supporting of reading and writing from the professor.

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Mar 7, 2017

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Very helpful for writers and future career writers. Plus the professor is extremely down to earth. Was not expecting that and I forgive her for being a Duke fan. Go Tar Heels!!!! jk jk

From the lesson

Project 3: Op-Ed

This week, Professor Comer introduces the idea of public scholarship, how academic writing can be transformed for a broader public. Her guest, David Jarmul, will give an overview of how to write an op-ed. You will then have the opportunity to write your own.

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    Dr. Denise Comer

    Assistant Professor of the Practice; Director of First-Year Writing

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