Each year I work with a few undergraduates as a mentor. Some ask to work with me after meeting me through an academic support program, and others do independent studies with me after taking a class (e.g. UWP 120: Rhetoric of Science, or UWP 121: History of Scientific Writing).
Some of these students have presented work at conferences, and one has published an article.
UC Davis Undergraduate Research Conference
Thuy-Linh Tran, 2018. “Shaping Conversations: Creating Mental Health Resources for Asian American Youth”
Upekshila Mallawa Arachchige, 2017. “Understanding Epistemic Modality in Mammography Testing and Their Guidelines”
Jessica Chavez, 2017. “Rhetoric and Scientific Writing”
CCCC, 2017 Summer Conference at San Jose State University
Maria Angelica Wong Chang, “Credibility and Reader Engagement: The Paradox of Proximity in Scientific Discourse”
Ellen Street, “Epistemic Certainty Surrounding Dietary Recommendations for Meat,” later published as an article in Xchanges
You Are Here (national conference), 2018
Michael Montgomery, “The Ganges River and the Science of Place”