As a committee of the Association of Writing Across the Curriculum (AWAC), WAC-GO seeks to increase mentoring to and support for graduate students with an interest in Writing Across the Curriculum research, program administration, or teaching. Its goals include promoting graduate student scholarship, seeking funding and support for graduate student research activities, and connecting graduate students with cross- institutional research, administrative, and teaching mentors.
To join WAC-GO, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "Join WAC-GO." Include your name, standing, and institution.
The new professional organization, the Association for Writing Across the Curriculum (AWAC), will serve as an umbrella to bring together all groups in WAC.
WAC-GO will now be a committee on AWAC. While AWAC will require an annual membership fee of graduate students ($10 annually), your membership to WAC-GO will remain the same and not require any payment. You will only have to pay if you want to serve on the WAC-GO Committee or one of the other AWAC committees. In AWAC, there are multiple committees in addition to WAC-GO which you can get plugged into. In other words, we will still be offering all of our resources to WAC-GO members for free!
This is an exciting time for WAC and we think the creation of AWAC will allow even more graduate students to serve in leadership positions and gain experience in the field!
WAC_GO is excited to announce available Leadership Team positions for the 2018-2019 academic year!
You can find all of the details about the open positions and the application process in the following Google Doc: https://docs.google.com/d
The deadline to apply is August 20.
Email email@example.com with any questions, and we can't wait to receive your applications and collaborate with you over the coming year!
Take a look at our end-of-year report for the 2017-2018 AY to review WAC-GO's major completed projects, ideas for next year, and Executive Committee reflections!
NextGEN provides graduate students with a space to network, collaborate, share knowledge, and engage in critical, supportive, and thought-provoking interdisciplinary writing and rhetoric studies conversations on both a national and international level. More specifically, nextGEN offers these conversations in a space that is moderated by, and produced for, graduate students.
The purpose of this space is to create a safe(r) environment for graduate student conversation; however, anyone is welcome to join! The start-up team has drafted a policy statement that we will adhere to in continuing to monitor and sustain the listserv.
HOW TO JOIN (Read #3 before clicking on the link after #1)
Go to the nextGEN listserv subscribe webpage
Check your email for a confirmation message from firstname.lastname@example.org
Copy-and-paste the emailed confirmation link into your browser WITHOUT the “http://” part