News, Events, and Calls

Traci Gardner
- Traci Gardner, News Editor

We publish news from the WAC and writing communities. Visit to catch up on upcoming conferences, see calls for proposals, notices of newly published books and other scholarly projects, stories of WAC programs and practitioners in the news. If you have WAC news you want to share, please send a note to

September 2, 2022
IWAC 2023 Submissions Close September 15

There’s still time to propose a session to the International Writing Across the Curriculum (IWAC) 2023 conference. Scholarship applications are also being accepted.

September 1, 2022
Writing in Science & History

Students at West Ewell are writing across the science and history curriculum.

July 19, 2022
Graduate Assistant Survey on Writing Program Labor

Graduate assistants do important work and take on a large share of undergraduate teaching, yet this labor is often overlooked and undervalued. Please consider completing a doctoral research questionnaire on graduate student labor concerns.

May 31, 2022
5th Graders Celebrate AAPI Heritage Month

5th Graders Celebrate AAPI Heritage Month with WAC at Demarest Elementary.

May 26, 2022
WAC Makes "Good Writers"

One teacher’s use of nonlinear design and digital writing increases students’ confidence.

May 25, 2022
Children's Independent Writing Across the Curriculum

Children’s Independent Writing Across the Curriculum is the focus at the UK’s Jerry Clay Academy.

May 24, 2022
Writing Tutors Working Across the Curriculum

Read about the WAC work of Writing Center Tutors, from the Connecting Writing Centers Across Borders (CWCAB) blog.

May 20, 2022
WAC and Ethics Good for Business

Three professors from Stevens Institute of Technology examine how writing and ethics in the classroom help in the workplace.

May 10, 2022
WAC in the ESL/EFL Classroom

TESOL blogger Betsy Gilliland discusses the value of WAC in the ESL/EFL classroom.

May 9, 2022
Central College Student Anthology Features WAC

Central College releases 42nd annual Writing Anthology, featuring student writing across the curriculum.