Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board 2018 College Readiness and Success Models (CRSM-2018) Grant. Co- PI, Timothy Redl (University of Houston-Downtown). Awarded Aug. 2018. Initial Amount: $73,670 Additional funding subject to THECB approval for $20,850. Total Award: $94,250.
International Writing Centers Association Research Grant Award. International Writing Centers Association. Co-Researcher, Julia Bleakney (Elon University). "The Guru Mentor vs Network-Based Mentoring: A Study of the Mentoring of Writing Center Professionals."
Awarded Feb. 2017. Amount: $1,000
Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence Teaching Circle Grant. University of Houston-Downtown. " Decoding Reading Strategies for Success in History: Co-Teaching the Co-Enrolled in ENG 1300 and HIST 1305." Leader for Teaching Circle. Awarded FY 2018. Amount: $3,275
Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence Course Innovation Initiative Grant. University of Houston-Downtown. "Course Innovation for ENG 1302 and FYC Professional Development." Awarded FY 2017. Amount: $20,000
Scharold, D.S. & Simard, L. (2018). How an English professor and a librarian used project-based learning to engage Hispanic students' emerging information literacy skills. In G. Veach (Ed.), Teaching information literacy and writing studies: First year composition courses (Vol.1, pp.213-221). West Lafayette, IN: Purdue UP.
Scharold, D.S. (2017). Challenge accepted: Cooperative tutoring as an alternative to one-to-one tutoring." The Writing Center Journal 36 (2), 31-55.
Publications (as Dagmar Stuehrk Corrigan)
Corrigan, D.S. & Gers, S. (2004). Across the cyberdivide: Connecting freshman composition students to the 21st century. In J. Inman, C. Reed, & P. Sands (Eds.), Electronic collaboration in the humanities: Issues and options (pp. 167-186). Mahwah, NJ: Earlbaum.
Corrigan, D.S. & Dickson, C. (2002). Ezines and freshman composition. Kairos: A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments, 7(2).
Retrieved from http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/7.2/index.html
Corrigan, D.S. & Inman, J. (2001). Towards a doctoral degree by distance in computers and writing: Promises and possibilities," Computers and Composition 18, 411-422.
Corrigan, D.S. & Grau, I. (2000). Beyond computer literacy: Developing effective workshops to empower faculty. Kairos: A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments, 5(1).
Retrieved from http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/5.1/index.html