Research Activities and Initiatives

"The teacher is the chief learner in the classroom."
-Donald Graves
Writing and writing studies have a long tradition at the University of New Hampshire. Our unique tradition encompasses writing and literacy studies that address K-16+ perspectives, with a focus on writing across the curriculum.

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STEM-Language Arts Teaching/learning Ecosystems (SLATE)

New grant merges STEM and communication for N.H. English learners

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School University Dialogues

The collaboration between schools and university professors address college readiness in writing.

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UNH Campus

Collaborative for Writing Research, Engagement, and Teaching (C-WRET) 

Helping prepare individuals to engage at the highest levels of reading and writing.

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Teacher Research

Teacher Action Research

Links to recent publications by affiliated faculty and graduates.

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Transformational Inquiry in Literacy and Digital Environments (TILDE)

Educators and Researchers Partner for Survey on Digital Literacies

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Learning Through Teaching

On site, tailored professional development for K-12 teachers

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Graduate Programs

Masters of Science in Teaching  

Ph.D in English Composition/Literacy

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