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Dr. Ronald Schleifer

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Background Information

Employment History

Twentieth-Century Literature Teacher

OU Health Sciences Center

Graduate Director of the English Department

OU Health Sciences Center

Member of Faculty Advisory Board

Blood

Director

Annual Convention for the Society for Literature and Science

Editor

Genre

Co-Editor of the Oklahoma Project

Discourse

Education

Ph.D.

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The course will be taught by ...

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The course will be taught by History of Science professor Peter Barker and English professor Ron Schleifer, according to the course website.

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Schleifer said they hope to make the course a permanent part of the Graduate College's course catalog.
In 1997, Schleifer became graduate director of the OU English department. He felt that a course on scholarly writing would be very helpful for English graduate students and began teaching such a course, he said.
Schleifer and Barker began working together around ten years ago to teach the course for both the History of Science department and the English department.
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One semester they would teach it through the English department and the next semester they'd teach it in the History of Science department - making it available to students from both graduate programs in each instance, Schleifer said.
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Schleifer and Barker continued to teach the seminar in Denmark each year for the next five years, Barker said.
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Something that is unique to this class is that it will be open to graduate students from every program at OU and will include eight core students and 16 reading students, Schleifer said.
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"The class is structured this way because it is so writing intensive," Schleifer said. "This way, students who can't commit such a huge chunk of time to the class can still benefit from the course as reading students."
Additionally, Schliefer and Barker will meet with the reading students to discuss the students' future writing plans, Schleifer said.
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Schleifer taught a two-week version of the course in Singapore in the spring of 2010 by himself for junior faculty members. Five out of the six junior faculty members had their articles published at the end of the course, Schleifer said.
"Our aim is to professionalize graduate students," he said.
Students often have to teach themselves how to apply what they've learned in a practical way, so Schleifer said they hope this course teaches students how to do it systematically rather than haphazardly.
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Schleifer said he hopes this course can become a model for other universities.
"I think this can really change graduate education in important ways," he said.
Additionally, Schleifer said that this course has helped graduate students complete their degrees.
"OU has been very strong in supporting undergraduate students, and properly so, for a long time, and the college is trying to find practical ways to increase support for graduate students," he said.


Blood and Thunder - Staff

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Dr. Ronald Schleifer, Ph.D.Professor Schleifer is George Lynn Cross Research Professor of English and Adjunct Professor in the College of Medicine.From 1976 to 2000 he served as Editor of Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture; and from 1986 to 1999 he served as co-editor of The Oklahoma Project for Discourse and Theory, a series of books published by the University of Oklahoma Press.In 1999 he was the Director of the Annual Convention for the Society for Literature and Science, held in Norman.Presently, he is co-editor of Mariner 10: Cross-Disciplinary DVD ROMS, a series of electronic, interactive titles published by the University of Pennsylvania press.Professor Schleifer has written, translated, or edited fifteen books and has authored more than sixty scholarly articles on literary modernism, critical theory, semiotics, science/medicine and literature, and the cultural study of music.His most recent article, "The Poetics of Tourette Syndrome: Language, Neurobiology, and Poetry," appeared in the Summer 2001 issue of New Literature History.Professor Schleifer teaches twentieth-century literature and literary and cultural theory at the undergraduate levels and courses on literature and medicine at the OU Health Sciences Center.He has also developed a seminar for scholarly writing for graduate students


The course will be taught by ...

www.oudaily.com [cached]

The course will be taught by History of Science professor Peter Barker and English professor Ron Schleifer, according to the course website.

...
Schleifer said they hope to make the course a permanent part of the Graduate College's course catalog.
In 1997, Schleifer became graduate director of the OU English department. He felt that a course on scholarly writing would be very helpful for English graduate students and began teaching such a course, he said.
Schleifer and Barker began working together around ten years ago to teach the course for both the History of Science department and the English department.
...
One semester they would teach it through the English department and the next semester they'd teach it in the History of Science department - making it available to students from both graduate programs in each instance, Schleifer said.
...
Schleifer and Barker continued to teach the seminar in Denmark each year for the next five years, Barker said.
...
Something that is unique to this class is that it will be open to graduate students from every program at OU and will include eight core students and 16 reading students, Schleifer said.
...
"The class is structured this way because it is so writing intensive," Schleifer said. "This way, students who can't commit such a huge chunk of time to the class can still benefit from the course as reading students."
Additionally, Schliefer and Barker will meet with the reading students to discuss the students' future writing plans, Schleifer said.
...
Schleifer taught a two-week version of the course in Singapore in the spring of 2010 by himself for junior faculty members. Five out of the six junior faculty members had their articles published at the end of the course, Schleifer said.
"Our aim is to professionalize graduate students," he said.
Students often have to teach themselves how to apply what they've learned in a practical way, so Schleifer said they hope this course teaches students how to do it systematically rather than haphazardly.
...
Schleifer said he hopes this course can become a model for other universities.
"I think this can really change graduate education in important ways," he said.
Additionally, Schleifer said that this course has helped graduate students complete their degrees.
"OU has been very strong in supporting undergraduate students, and properly so, for a long time, and the college is trying to find practical ways to increase support for graduate students," he said.

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