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     EE295 Technical Writing for Electrical Engineers (Spring 2017)  
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Course Instructor
      Dr. Dana Cairns Watson has taught American literature and English composition at Middlebury College, Santa Monica College, and UCLA. She has also taught public science writing, academic science writing, and non-fiction writing on food, education, and nature. She is a writing consultant for five of UCLA`s first-year clusters--mainly those that relate to scientific topics. The author of Gertrude Stein and The Essence of What Happens, she has also published on Tim O`Brien, Paule Marshall, Barbara Kingsolver, Alice Munro, and on the topics of literacy and conversation. Most recently, she has written on Robert Frost and economics (coming out in ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and the Humanities). Always interested in trying to teach writing across the disciplines, she is working on better ways to teach writing to engineers and to teach faculty and graduate student teachers in many departments why and how to assign and respond to student writing.
Watson, Dana Cairns


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