In July 2014 the WPA-GO Graduate Committee (GC) will say goodbye to current members Jessica Nastal, Kathryn Trauth Taylor, Carolyn Wisniewski, & Courtney Adams Wooten; therefore, we invite nominations for four new Graduate Committee members.
The Writing Program Administrators Graduate Student Organization (WPA-GO) and the Council of Writing Program Administrators (CWPA) are pleased to announce the offering of at least four travel grants of $100 each for current graduate students presenting at the 2013 Council of Writing Program Administrators Summer Conference, to be held in July 18-21, 2013 in Savannah, GA.. This year’s grants are sponsored by CWPA and Bedford/St. Martin’s.
Eligibility: To be eligible to apply, applicants must:
We are conducting a survey of the WPA work that graduate students do and of the preparation that graduate students receive for WPA work. We are interested in the perspectives of all members of the Rhetoric & Composition community regardless of whether they have engaged in WPA work--tenured, untenured, and non-tenure-track faculty; graduate students; and administrators. We appreciate your response and you are welcome to forward this link on to others.
Award for Graduate Writing in WPA Studies: Call for Submissions
The Council of Writing Program Administrators is pleased to announce the call for submissions for its award recognizing outstanding scholarship by graduate students writing on issues in writing program administration.
I'm beginning a project that attempts to explore (and starts to define) graduate writing instruction as it is occurring across the disciplines. I'll be conducting a few local interviews, but I'd first like to see what's been written and who might already have experience with this topic. I thought I might call on the expert knowledge of the WPA members as a first resort. Can anyone suggest notable sources that cover this topic? Is there any notable scholarship that takes a WAC approach to graduate student writing instruction?
Many thanks in advance!