Edward Waters College is excited to announce a Call for Papers for our inaugural conference "Tell Them We Are Rising: Emerging Eminence In HBCU Research." The abstracts deadline will be December 15, 2018. The Conference itself will be held Friday, April 5, 2019, on the campus of Edward Waters College. We look forward to an exciting interchange of research as we share our research and scholarship with each other. If you are interested in submitting an abstract please e-mail Dr. Monique L. Akassi at email@example.com or Dr. Stephine G.
The CWPA Research Grants Committee has issued its annual call for proposals: http://wpacouncil.org/grants/research-grant-2012
As noted in the call, proposals are due January 31, 2012.
The committee will announce the awards at the CWPA breakfast in St. Louis on Thursday, March 22.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS: 2011 CWPA RESEARCH GRANTS
Funding Opportunities and General Information
The Research Grants Committee (RGC) of the Council of Writing Program Administrators (CWPA) invites proposals for research projects that investigate issues and practices in writing program administration.
Organization of the Proposal
Please organize your proposal into the following sections:
1. Cover page with:
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Course Name/Level: Writing-intensive or Writing in the Disciplines Course, English 200W: Writing Context: A Comparative Approach to Written Academic Communication
This writing assignment is an example of one that reflects the principles in the Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing. You can view a list of other assignments, activities, and program-wide approaches.
CALL FOR 2009 WPA RESEARCH GRANT PROPOSALS
The Research Grants Committee of the Council of Writing Program Administrators invites proposals for research projects that investigate issues and practices in writing program administration. Maximum awards of $2000 may be given; average awards are $1000. Applicants must be current WPA members; all current WPA members are eligible to apply.
Deadline for Proposals: January 30, 2009
Please organize your proposal as follows:
I'm serving on a summer committee which has been tasked to research if and how smaller freshmen writing class sizes serve to incease retention within both the freshman writing course(s) and later composition courses. The report that we'll be presenting in September is directed at the college deans and provosts, so we need to uncover data that supports what most writing teachers know--smaller classes equals a better chance at student success, and we need to consider the issue from an institutional / financial as well as classroom/pedagogical perspective.