Dec. 17, 2010
Jeremy Schnieder, assistant professor of writing and rhetoric at Morningside College, recently received an award from the International Journal of Sport and Society for a paper he wrote, and he has been invited to present the paper at an upcoming conference in India.
Schnieder won the International Award for Excellence in the area of Sport and Society. His paper, “And the Crowd Goes Wild: Fan Participation as Epideictic Rhetoric,” was selected by editors for the award from the 10 highest-ranked papers emerging from the referee process.
As the winning author, Schnieder has been invited to be acknowledged at the upcoming International Conference on Sport and Society that will be held Feb. 28 through March 2 at the Unitedworld School of Business in Kolkata, India.
Schnieder came to Morningside College this fall after having recently served as a teaching assistant, placement essay evaluator and assistant to the director of the general studies writing program at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. He previously was an instructor, writing center director and writing assessment coordinator at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Schnieder has a doctorate in rhetoric and writing from Bowling Green State University.