Integrated Reading and Writing (INRW) Lab for 0420
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The Integrated Reading and Writing (INRW) Lab for 0420 is a computer lab specifically designed to serve St. Philip's College students enrolled in INRW 0420, a class that combines reading and writing. The INRW 0420 Lab is a place where students can work on essays, get one-on-one tutoring, do research, and attend workshops.
The INRW 0420 Lab staff has created a lab curriculum tailored to meet SPC students' needs, which is delivered in both online and lecture formats for INRW 0420 labs.
If students feel uneasy working with a computer, the INRW 0420 Lab staff is happy and willing to assist students with basic computer skills as well as with their English and reading assignments.
- Supplemental materials
- Computer lab and Internet access
- Interactive learning modules
Tiger PAWS Literary Art Journal
Tiger PAWS (Personal Academic Writing Space) is a showcase of student work consisting of writing, in both English and Spanish, and artwork that is published in hardcopy and online forms at the end of fall and spring semesters. St. Philip’s students are encouraged to submit their writing and artwork for publication consideration. Categories include:
- Short Fiction (1000 word limit)
- Non-fiction (essays, journals, etc.)
- Fine Art (paintings, sculpture, collages, etc.)
- Digital Art
Student submissions must be original, unpublished work. Students may submit a total of five works. The Spring 2015 semester deadline has passed, but students may begin to submit work for the Fall 2015 edition. Files submitted online must be in PDF, Word, or JPEG formats. Fine art may be taken to the INRW 0420 Lab in NTB 405 to be photographed or scanned.
Students may also apply to be part of the editorial staff. The student editorial staff helps choose which submissions will be published. Student editors may also be eligible for a scholarship ($1250 for full-time or $750 for part-time students). Deadline to apply to be an editor for the Spring 2015 semester has passed, but students may begin to apply for the Fall 2015 editorial staff.
Meet our Fall 2014 Tiger PAWS SEG Editorial Scholarship Winners!
From left to right: Jamie Miranda (Tiger PAWS SEG Project Co-director), Rosalinda Barbosa, Hannah Mahaffey, Lee Ann Epstein (Tiger PAWS SEG Project Co-director), Yvonne De La Fuente, and LaTansha Mayberry.
Meet our Spring 2014 Tiger PAWS SEG Editorial Scholarship Winners!
From left to right: Anastacia Casarez, Danielle Alonzo, and Keren Hernandez.
At the end of fall and spring semesters, published students will have an opportunity to present or display their work at the Tiger PAWS publication event. All are invited to attend, and copies of the journal will be distributed. Watch for information in your SPC Weekly.
View previous editions of Tiger PAWS online:
In this space, students will find a posting of English-related events on campus and/or in the community, including events and opportunities at other academic institutions. Events include readings, book signings, lectures, contests, film screenings, and other similar activities.
Visit our Tiger PAWS information table during the New Student Convocation.
INRW 0420 Lab Staff