Skip to content

Associate Prof. Mya Poe, Cara Marta Messina (PhD ’21), & Cherice Jones (PhD ’24) win Research Initiative grant from CCCC

Associate Professor of English Mya Poe, PhD candidate Cara Marta Messina, and PhD student Cherice Jones have won a Research Initiative grant from the Conference on College Composition and Communication for “Super-Diversity in Context: A Corpus-based Study of Multilingual Writing Outcomes with Attention to Disparate Impact.” Taken from the CCCC website: these grants are awarded to researchers investigating “key challenges faced by literacy, communication, rhetoric, and writing instructors and administrators in their classrooms and programs,” addressing gaps in the field in ways that impact and benefit public stakeholders beyond academic audiences. Please join us in celebrating the work and achievements of these scholars!

More Stories

headshot of Sari Altschuler

Sari Altschuler to Co-Direct Health Humanities Seminar at Harvard

a grid of photos of the book cover for the Routledge handbook, a headshot of K.J. Rawson, and a candid photo of Abbie Levesque DeCamp

K.J. Rawson and Abbie Levesque DeCamp (PhD ’22) Publish Chapters on Queer Rhetoric

logo for the Digital Transgender Archive

The Digital Transgender Archive Wins Major Grant to Amplify Unheard Voices

Research Stories