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 WACClearinghouseNews@gmail.com.

May 6, 2022
Submit Your Resources to the WAC Repository

Submit resources that pertain to WAC administration and pedagogy to the WAC Repository, a new journal sponsored by the WAC Clearinghouse and the Association for Writing Across the Curriculum (AWAC).

May 5, 2022
Nominate Yourself for an Exemplary WAC Program Award

The Exemplary WAC Program Awards Committee has extended its deadline for accepting self nominations to May 15. 

May 4, 2022
In-Class Writing Workshops with U of Alberta

Learn how in-class writing workshops can engage students in community building across the curriculum

April 29, 2022
Highgate Junior Teachers Mapping WAC

Highgate Junior teachers mapping out writing across the curriculum.

April 27, 2022
Casting a Spell with WAC

Primary school students at Aberdeenshire Council are writing magic spells.

April 26, 2022
Harvard Shares Advice on Decoding Writing Prompts

Harvard offers resources for “Unpacking the Elements of Writing Prompts.”

April 25, 2022
Fifth Graders Write About the Digestive System

Fifth Graders write about the digestive system, practicing their complex sentence skills.

April 21, 2022
Association for Writing Across the Curriculum Election Results

The Association for Writing Across the Curriculum has announced Executive Committee election results

April 20, 2022
Exemplary WAC Program Awards Deadline Extended

The Exemplary WAC Program Awards Committee has extended its deadlines for accepting nominations. Peer nominations are now due by May 1. Self nominations are now due May 15.

April 18, 2022
News from CompPile

CompPile, a searchable online inventory of published scholarship in post-secondary composition and rhetoric from 1939 to the present, adds recent issues to the database and invites suggestions for resources to add to the collection.