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Marcus Jude Meade

Assistant Professor, General Faculty
Unit: College of Arts and Sciences
Department: Department of English
Office location and address
Bryan Hall 314A
201 Cabell Dr
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904
Education
Ph.D. University of Nebraska 2017
M.A. Northwest Missouri State University 2010
B.A. Northwest Missouri State University 2008
ENWR 1505: Writing & Critical Inquiry Stretch I
Credits: 3
Part I of the two-semester option for meeting the first writing requirement. For placement guidelines see http://professionalwriting.as.virginia.edu/requirements. Topics vary each semester and can be found using the SIS Class Search.
ENWR 1506: Writing & Critical Inquiry Stretch II
Credits: 3
Part II of the two-semester option for meeting the first writing requirement. For placement guidelines see http://www.engl.virginia.edu/undergraduate/writing/placement. Topics vary each semester and can be found using the SIS Class Search. Prerequisite: ENWR 1505.
ENWR 1510: Writing and Critical Inquiry
Credits: 3
The single-semester option for meeting the first writing requirement-- intended to be taken during the first year of study-- this course approaches writing as a way of generating, representing, and reflecting on critical inquiry. Graded A, B, C, or NC. Students whose last names end in A-K must take ENWR 1510 in the fall; those with last names ending in L-Z take it in the spring.
ENWR 2520: Special Topics in Writing
Credits: 3
Includes courses on writing studies, corporate communications, and digital writing. For more details on this class, please visit the department website at http://www.engl.virginia.edu/courses. Prerequisite: Completion of first writing requirement.
ENPG 3800: Tutoring Peer Writers
Credits: 3
Prepares undergraduates to tutor peer writers by introducing them to theories of writing and practices of peer tutoring. Successful completion of the course will qualify students to apply for part-time paid peer tutoring positions in the Writing Center. Students may also use this course to prepare for volunteering as writing tutors in their local communities.
ENGL 3940: Tutoring Peer Writers
Credits: 3
Prepares undergraduates to tutor peer writers by introducing them to theories of writing and practices of peer tutoring. Successful completion of the course will qualify students to apply for part-time paid peer tutoring positions in the Writing Center. Students may also use this course to prepare for volunteering as writing tutors in their local communities.