Jesse Rice-Evans’s Profile

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Jesse Rice-Evans
Title
Digital Pedagogy Fellow
Department
Provost's Office
Office Location
OpenLab
Academic interests

Rhetoric, Writing Studies, Disability Studies, Digital Pedagogy, Poetics, Cultural Studies, Feminist Technology Studies

Pronouns
she/her/hers
Work Phone
(646) 801-1462

My Courses

English 1101 Spring 2020

English 1101 Spring 2020

English 1101 Section HD72

ENG 1121 D430, Spring 2020

ENG 1121 D430, Spring 2020

Welcome to English 1121! This course focuses on writing, writing and more writing! The course consists of demanding reading and writing assignments. We will deepen our knowledge of research, reading, and writing techniques and strategies to make our writing stronger and more effective. Throughout the course, we will also frequently pause to reflect on the writing process and what we have learned so far. The course culminates with a portfolio of all your finished work that will consist of at least 6,000 words. Don’t panic! It will include a combination of the work we generate over throughout the course!

ENG1121 English Composition II, SP2020

ENG1121 English Composition II, SP2020

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This is a course in effective essay writing and basic research techniques, including use of the library. Demanding readings are assigned for classroom discussion and as a basis for essay writing. Taken together, the courses (ENG1101 and ENG1121) in the First-Year Writing Program at the New York City College of Technology seek to develop student competencies in five general categories: rhetorical knowledge; writing and reading processes; critical thinking, reading, writing, and research; composing in manual and digital environments; and knowledge of academic conventions. Individual faculty incorporate these competencies into their courses in different ways, but all faculty are able to demonstrate how their courses attend to these matters. 4 hours, 3 credits Prerequisites: CUNY certification in reading and writing. LEARNING OUTCOMES: Please see the attached sheet and keep it handy (given out in class). We will review these during the beginning and throughout the semester. By the end of the term, our goal is to meet each of the learning outcomes. This course syllabus is designed to help us do so.

Blain ENG1101, SP2020

Blain ENG1101, SP2020

This first year composition class focuses on the reading, writing, and thinking skills that you’ll be able to transfer to other courses and to writing at home and in the workplace.

LAW1103 Civil Law & Procedure SP2019

LAW1103 Civil Law & Procedure SP2019

This course addresses the theory and application of law and procedure in civil litigation with emphasis on New York State law. It focuses on the role of the paralegal in preparing for litigation, including an understanding of the court system, steps in the litigation process and their time lines, drafting documents, trial and post-trial topics, and an introduction to the use of the computer in litigation. Prerequisites are CUNY proficiency in reading and writing; pre- or corequisites are LAW 1101 and ENG 1101. Three credits.

My Projects

The Buzz

The Buzz

Welcome to The Buzz, a project by your student community team. The Buzz is a student blogging site dedicated to all things CityTech–from how to handle the pressures of school, to what movies to see. At least one of our student writers will post something every weekday, so check back often to join the discussion! And be sure to join the project to get regular updates!

Peer Advisement

Peer Advisement

Program to increase retention of female students in engineering technology programs.

Office of the Provost

Office of the Provost

City Tech’s Source for Academic Affairs Information

Interdisciplinary Studies Committee

Interdisciplinary Studies Committee

IDS Committee meeting dates for Spring 2020 May 14, Club Hour, via Zoom ID Committee Monthly Meetings for 2020-2021 academic year September 17, Club Hour October 15 November 19 February 18 March 18 April 22 May 13 (tentative)

FYLC – First Year Learning Communities

FYLC – First Year Learning Communities

Welcome to the First Year Learning Communities Open Lab project page. If you are interested in joining the Reflective Writing Project or just learning more about events, resources and information related to the FYLCs at City Tech please request membership!

My Clubs

LGBTQFaculty&Staff@CityTech

LGBTQFaculty&Staff@CityTech

This club is for support and friendship among the staff and faculty LGBTQ community.

BioMedical Informatics Student Club

BioMedical Informatics Student Club

The Biomedical Informatics (BIB) Student club exists to advocate, provide support and services to fellow Biomedical Informatics undergraduate students here at New York City College of Technology. We aim to assist students in gaining opportunities and discovering information that is relevant and beneficial towards the degree requirement of the program. Through the expansion of knowledge, workshops, field trips and invited speakers, we hope to give students the option to network and attain skills required for classes including the internship. This is a student-run club which is advised by faculty members, Professor Eugenia Giannopoulou and Professor Mai Zahran.