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WPA-GO #4C16 Wrap-Up: Thank you!

Now that #4C16 is in the books, we at WPA-GO want to extend many thanks to all of you who made our events possible and successful, and to those who took part in those events!

Travel Grant Award Winners
CONGRATULATIONS to our four travel grant award recipients, who were honored at the Wednesday evening CWPA Reception.

CWPA Visits The White House

On Friday, October 7, representatives from the Council of Writing Program Administrators,
along with colleagues from CCCC and NWP visited The White House. The delegation included
Charlie Lowe, Keith Rhodes, Linda Adler-Kassner, Rita Malenczyk, Barb L'Eplattenier,
Duane Roen, Dominic DelliCarpini, Chuck Paine, Dave Blakesley, Susan Miller-Cochran,
Kelly Ritter, and Chris Anson.

2011 CWPA Breakfast at CCCC

Thursday, April 7th · Westin Peachtree Atlanta · 6:30-8:00AM

It’s time to claim your plate at the 2011 WPA Breakfast!

Remember last year? The fun? The confab? The useful information? The multi-colored handouts? How will we top last year’s blast, you ask? This year we’re going buffet, Southern Style.

Your breakfast choices will include:

  • Orange Juice

  • Cranberry Juice

  • Starbucks coffee

  • Tazo teas

  • Danish

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2010 CWPA Network Breakfast at CCCC

Registration for the WPA Breakfast is now closed so that we can get numbers to the Seelbach.

Thursday, March 18 * Seelbach Hotel, Louisville * Doors open at 6am

As the title might suggest, on Thursday, March 18th, the Council of Writing Program Administrators is bringing you a new twist on an old favorite. Of course, the WPA Breakfast still has the things you love: a ritualistic kick off to the CCCC! A chance to see old friends and make new ones! A colorful variety of handouts to keep you informed on WPA doings! Melon slices!

CFP CCCC 2010--Panel on archival studies of high school composition

What can composition historians learn from early twentieth century high school composition programs? What might the methods, classroom projects, and approaches to student texts suggest about how students were prepared to write in high school? Might our innovative practices in college composition have *trickled up* from high schools during the first few decades of the last century?

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CCCC Intellectual Property Caucus

The Intellectual Property Caucus of the Conference on College Composition and Communication is putting together a proposal for its annual 4Cs workshop and would like to encourage anyone interested in either proposing a roundtable or serving as a discussant to either post to the caucus at Discuss@ccccip.org or contact Kim Gainer at kgainer@radford.edu.

The 2010 CCCC Annual Convention will be held March 17-20, 2010, in Louisville, Kentucky.

The IP caucus will meet Wednesday, March 17th.