Suzi Steffen has been teaching writing and reading of some sort - Rhetoric at the University of Iowa; reporting, feature writing, social media planning, writing about the environment, writing about the arts, and more journalism classes at the University of Oregon; reading, study skills, and writing at Linn-Benton Community College - for many years.
She loves talking about media history and journalism, writing, reading, history in general, movies, podcasts, soccer (GO THORNS!), and more. You can follow her on Twitter at @jprofsuzi.
In her free time, she writes freelance arts stories, gardens, rides Momo the Trike around the Willamette River bike path in Eugene, plays with her cats, binge-watches bad (and good) British mysteries, binge-reads good (and "bad") books, goes to movies in the theater (what?! yes!), and practices the 11 languages she's learning on Duolingo.
In the Fall Term of 2019, Prof. Steffen is teaching one online English 104 and two in-person WR121 courses on the Benton Center campus (CRNS 26536 & 20326). The courses will be available on Moodle at some time over the weekend before classes begin.
Please note: The classes are full and they both have wait lists. If you are on the wait list, you should come to class on the first day. If you are registered, you should also come to class on the first day - because those who are registered but don't show up on Day One will be dropped from the class, and if there's room, wait listed students may be able to add. If you'd like to get into the online class, please email the instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org during the first two days of class. If you're in the online class, we may choose to un-register you if you don't participate in Moodle during the first two days of class (Monday or Tuesday of Week One).
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