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News of Note Week of September 28th

Tim Amidon and Mike Caggiano (Forestry) received funding from the Colorado Forest Restoration Institute for an interdisciplinary research project that seeks to learn how landowners, land managers, and emergency personnel in the Front Range understand the potential risks and benefits […]

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Moving Back into a Remodeled Eddy Hall

This past semester, we’ve been asking people in various interviews and profiles, “What are you looking forward to most about moving back into a remodeled Eddy Hall?” Here are some of the responses: “Next semester, I plan on studying abroad […]

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News of Note Week of April 20th

Alumnus Justin Hocking’s memoir The Great Floodgates of the Wonderworld won the Oregon Book Award for Creative Nonfiction. The book is also: a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection, listed as one of Ten Brilliant Books That Will Grab […]

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News of Note Week of March 9th

Spring Break at CSU begins Saturday, March 14 and ends Sunday, March 22. Next week, Tim Amidon will be traveling to Tampa, Florida to attend the Conference on College Composition and Communication. While at CCCCs, he will be leading the […]

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News of Note Week of February 16th

On Tuesday 2/24 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m., Tim Amidon will be facilitating a workshop titled “Demystifying Fair Use: Classrooms and the Affordances of Copyright for faculty, administrators, students, and curriculum designers as part of  the Association of Research Libraries “Fair Use […]

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News of Note Week of February 2nd

Tim Amidon’s collaboratively authored chapter (with Jessica Reyman) titled “Authorship and Ownership of User Contributions on the Social Web” is now out in Cultures of Copyright  (Eds. Dànielle Nichole DeVoss and Martine Courant Rife). Additionally, this semester he is teaching “CO402: Principles of […]

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Faculty Profile: Timothy Amidon

Tim Amidon is an assistant professor in English at Colorado State University where he teaches courses designed to explore the intersections between rhetoric, composing, and multimodal literacies. His research interests surround the intersections of digital rhetorics, working-class literacies, economies of […]

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