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Conferences & Deadlines
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Curriculum and Pedagogy
Fall 2018 Coffee and Klatch Series
Welcome back, Terps! We hope you had a wonderful summer. Now that the fall semester is in full swing, we cordially invite you to...
Special thanks to ChelónaRSA member Thomas McCloskey for leading a workshop earlier this week about submitting G.I.F.T.S. proposals to NCA! To see a copy of...
Critical Thinking & the Undergrad Rhetoric Course: Teaching Stasis Theory
Students enrolled undergraduate rhetoric courses actively engage with some of the most urgent contemporary public discourses. Whether it is a more general education course,...
How to Lesson Plan Active Learning
The spring semester here at Maryland is drawing to a close and summer is fast approaching… the perfect time for our upcoming #rhetoricroadtrip to...
#BackToBasics: Lit Reviews
In this #BackToBasics post, we wanted to share a resource about a topic that we struggle with from time to time: literature reviews. If...
Welcome to the official page of Cheló̱na RSA! We are the University of Maryland’s graduate student chapter of the Rhetoric Society of America. Cheló̱na...
Maryland to Host 2019 RSA Summer Institute
June 3, 2019 to June 8, 2019 9:00 – 5:00 PM Tawes Hall The members of the rhetoric faculty in the departments of Communication and English at the University of...
Year in Review: AY 16-17
In our chapter’s short two years of existence (Est. 5/7/15), we have done a lot. Thanks to your ideas and service, we have had...
Register for Archival Symposium, April 13 – 15, College Park, MD
Cheló̱na RSA, the University of Maryland’s graduate student chapter of the Rhetoric Society of America, is thrilled to announce the creation of the Cheló̱na...
Member Spotlight – December
Our third member spotlight of 2016 is founding member and PhD Candidate in Rhetoric and Political Culture (COMM) Kim Hannah-Prater. My name is Kim Hannah-Prater....
Member Spotlight – October
Our second member spotlight of 2016 is founding member and PhD Candidate in Language, Writing, and Rhetoric (ENGL) Cameron Mozafari. My graduate work on rhetoric and...
Are students ready for college?
As graduate students at Maryland, a large part of our identity comes from being teachers. We strive to provide respectful and inclusive classroom environments....
Member Spotlight – September
As we enter our second year of official RSA graduate chapter-hood, we want to begin spotlighting the fantastic people we have as members....
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Fall Reading Group Details Announced!
You are invited to join our reading group! The Chelona RSA reading group was created to help us stay up-to-date with recent publications in...
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