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Latest News

09/22/2020

Symposium on Black Lives Matter and Antiracist Projects in Writing Program Administration

Sheila Carter-Tod and Jennifer Sano-Franchini, Virginia Tech

We are seeking submissions for a WPA Journal symposium on race and the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement or other antiracist projects on writing program administration, including first-year composition, professional and technical communication, writing centers, and undergraduate or graduate writing programs. More specifically, we are seeking proposals for: *1000 word short essays speaking to the effects of Black Lives Matter and other antiracist efforts on writing program administration, or *500 word narrative vignettes from the perspective of writing program administrators or teachers and/or students working within writing programs and responding to the administration of such programs with Black Lives Matter and antiracism in mind.


07/05/2020

Dr. Susan Thomas Elected CWPA V-P

As of July 1, Dr. Susan Thomas of the University of Sydney, Australia, has been elected Vice-President of CWPA!


07/05/2020

COVID-19 Labor Resources

Seth Kahn and Darci Thoune, Co-Chairs of the CWPA Labor Committee, have aggregated helpful resources pertaining to labor issues in the time of COVID-19.


06/23/2020

CWPA Statement on Racial Injustice

We acknowledge the insufficiency of any organizational statement unto itself, and that such a statement is only the first step toward meaningful action. However, we feel it is important to explicitly affirm our commitment to an equitable society, antiracist writing programs, and our own organizational self-evaluation and growth.