A working group of stakeholders has been meeting for the past several months to develop a framework for the Association for Writing Across the Curriculum (AWAC). AWAC would bring together the intellectual, human, political, and economic capital of the writing across the curriculum community to better support and grow WAC as a global intellectual tradition.
WAC-GO seeks to increase mentoring to and support for graduate students with an interest in WAC research, program administration, or teaching. WAC-GO works closely with other WAC-related entities to promote graduate student scholarship, seek out funding and support for graduate student research activities, and connect graduate students with cross-institutional research, administrative, and teaching mentors.
The CCCC Writing Across the Curriculum Standing Group (WAC SG) was established in April 2017. Its purpose is to discuss and provide resources to address areas of need in writing across the curriculum, writing in the disciplines, and writing across communities research within CCCC and in secondary schools, colleges, and universities in the US and abroad.
The Northeast Writing Across the Curriculum Consortium provides the local region with expertise in research-based Writing Across the Curriculum practices, program development, and assessment through our local WAC consultant list and website. NEWACC also aims to foster collaboration among area WAC programs and provide opportunities for members to draw on each other’s expertise and experience.
This page lists people and places doing the work of writing studies research in university writing outside the USA. Our purpose is to offer a research resource to all who are interested in knowing, understanding, and collaborating. The page is designed to be progressively developed by people involved in reading, writing, or doing research in these areas.
The International Network of Writing-across-the Curriculum Programs is an informal community of teachers, researchers, and institutions. Members of the Network are involved in some way with the development of writing across the curriculum and in disciplines locally, regionally, nationally, or internationally.
The Consortium on Graduate Communication is an international association whose members provide professional development in written, oral, and multimodal communication to students before and during their (post-)graduate academic and professional programs. CGC members work with graduate students in their first and second/additional languages.
Planning is underway for a three-day WAC Institute to be offered in summer 2019. The Institute's primary goal will be to assist new and prospective leaders of WAC/WID or similar initiatives in the US and internationally in planning and developing their programs. The Institute will also support experienced directors who face new challenges or wish to expand, update, or revitalize their programs.