Student Voices is a public forum for undergraduates to share their best works.
“Dear Professor” Letters
Our first two publications for Student Voices are “Dear Professor” letters:
- Navigating Teacher Feedback – A Student’s Perspective
- Neurodivergence, A Call for Openness to the Needs of Neurodivergent Students
For the “Dear Professor” genre, students compose a letter to their teacher that gives feedback about your experiences in your undergraduate writing courses. Topics are open: students may advocate for change in a teaching method or policy. For instance, they may suggest revisions to academic integrity and dishonesty polices given the emergence of AI. They may share insights they’ve gleaned about mindset, research, style, or writing processes. They may talk about their growth and labor as writers.
“Dear Professor” letters make an argument based on fact and evidence. Claims are based on evidence as opposed to opinion or conjecture.
Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
Invitation to Contribute
We invite you to submit a “Dear Professor” letters by 12/1/23.
- Prior to submitting your work, please
- To be considered for publication, at the top of your page list your name and email, and the title of the course you took, course number, name of teacher, and email of teacher.