Teaching

At University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dr. Gottschalk Druschke teaches graduate and undergraduate courses that highlight her interests in rhetoric, freshwater science, and community-based learning. These include a community-based learning designated undergraduate seminar that involves students in the Stories from the Flood project, a mixed undergraduate/graduate seminar in Rhetoric, Science, and Public Engagement, and a rotation of graduate level courses that bridge theory, methodology, and community-based practice.

In AY 20/21, Dr. Gottschalk Druschke was awarded the Community-Based Learning Teaching Award from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and participated in the Morgridge Fellows program, described by the Morgridge Center for Public Service as “year-long learning community designed to further institutionalize and support community-engaged scholarship, defined as: teaching, research, and scholarly activities that are performed in equitable, mutually beneficial collaboration with communities to fulfill campus and community objectives.” You can learn more about Dr. Gottschalk Druschke’s community-based pedagogy in podcasts from the Wisconsin Humanities Council (“The Power of Experience with Caroline Gottschalk Druschke”) and Edge Effects (“Living with Floods: A Conversation with Caroline Gottschalk Druschke”).

Current courses:

ENGL 245: Seminar in the Major, Writing Rivers (Fall 2021) | syllabus

Past courses:

ENGL 245: Seminar in the Major, Writing Rivers (Spring 2021) | syllabus

ENGL 703: Research Methods in Rhetoric and Composition (Spring 2021) | syllabus

ENGL 245: Seminar in the Major, Writing Rivers (Fall 2020)

ENGL/ENVST 305: Rhetoric, Science, and Public Engagement (Fall 2020) | syllabus

ENGL 245: Seminar in the Major, Writing Rivers (Spring 2020) | link

ENGL/ENVST 305: Rhetoric, Science, and Public Engagement (Spring 2020) | syllabus

ENGL 245: Seminar in the Major, Writing Rivers (Fall 2019) | link

ENGL 706: Expertise and Engagement in the Pluriverse (Fall 2019) | link

ENGL 245: Seminar in the Major, Writing Rivers (Spring 2018) | link