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The IWAC Conference Committee invites proposals for hosting the 2025 International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference. The call can be found at https://pearce.caah.clemson.edu/iwac-2023/hosting-proposals/.
The full schedule for the 2023 International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference, to be held at Clemson University June 14-17, 2023, is now available online.
Registration is now open for the 2023 WAC Summer Institute (WACSI), which will take place June 11 - 14 in Clemson, SC.
Students publish first edition of a newspaper that includes stories on the cross-country team and whether Medusa was really a monster.
Dr. Michelle Bachelor Robinson will speak on "Writing Wrongs: Black Women, First Year Writing, Pedagogy, and Promise" on Thursday, March 16 at 1 PM Eastern.
SJSU WAC Director Tom Moriarty Talks About ChatGPT and its limitations.
Writing as a Human Activity offers a collection of original essays that attempt to account for Charles Bazerman’s shaping influence on the field of writing studies.
The Association for Writing Across the Curriculum and the WAC Clearinghouse seek nominations for awards that recognize contributions to the WAC community through scholarship and achievement.
The WAC Clearinghouse is seeking applications for a new associate publisher. This position is part of the leadership team at the Clearinghouse and is involved in all major decisions made regarding its direction. The deadline for application is March 31st.
Recollections from an Uncommon Time: 4C20 Documentarian Tales is the latest title published in the Studies in Writing and Rhetoric.