The Council of Writing Program Administrators is committed to ensuring a diverse, inclusive, and supportive environment in which WPAs, the instructors in the programs they direct, and the students in those programs can continue to thrive and learn. Consequently, we are committed to explicitly acting against any programs, policies, or other structures in society and schools that produce inequality, division, exclusion, or unfair advantage to any one group by luck of birth.
To submit a proposal: http://wpacouncil.org/node/add/cwpa-2017-summer-conference-pres
Call For Proposals
Solving Problems Together: Agency and Advocacy in an Age of Austerity
Now is the time to mark your calendars for CWPA's 2011 summer events in Baton Rouge:
Workshop: July 10-13, 2011 (facilitated by Bud Weiser and Shirley Rose)
Institutes: July 14, 2011 (topics to be announced later)
Conference: July 14-17, 2011 (Theme: Frameworks for Success)
Irv Peckham (LSU) and Jim McDonald (University of Louisiana-Lafayette), the local hosts, have found a lovely site near the LSU campus for the events.
Also, I'll remind everyone of the future locations:
NOTE: This is a draft version of the schedule (see below). It will be formatted appropriately for the conference program (and the information that appears between this line and “Sunday, July 12” will be deleted).
You can also download a .doc version of this schedule.
We are growing our writing programs at Nevada State College and are eager to fill two new full time non-tenure track positions that will focus on first-year composition, with opportunities to teach other writing courses as we expand course offerings in the English degree.
The Department of Writing at Grand Valley State University seeks to fill a full-time (9-month) Visiting Faculty position beginning in August 2018. The ideal candidates will focus their careers on teaching general education writing courses and on continuously developing their professional expertise as writing instructors. An MFA or PhD in Rhetoric/Composition, English, Writing or closely related field is required by time of employment, and graduate coursework in rhetoric and composition is desired.
The Department of English at Carnegie Mellon University is hiring three new Visiting Assistant Teaching Professors to begin in F18. The three positions are closely related but distinct and are designed to target gaps in our current expertise in the First-Year Writing Program. Candidates should apply via Interfolio (links below) by May 12th for full consideration:
Category: Academic Affairs
College: Arts & Sciences
Program: Rhetoric and Composition