Closing Keynote Address: Art Young

YoungWAC Today and Tomorrow: Composing in Many Modes and Media

Downloads: Art Young's luncheon address and the text of the Art Young tribute.

Art Young is Robert S. Campbell Chair and Professor of English Emeritus at Clemson University, where he founded and coordinated Clemson's award-winning communication-across-the-curriculum program (1990-2009). South Carolina Governor Jim Hodges awarded him the Order of the Palmetto in recognition of his role in Clemson's being selected Time magazine's Public College of the Year for 2001. In March 2002, Art received the Exemplar Award from the Conference on College Composition and Communication for outstanding achievement in teaching, research, and service. He is the author of Teaching Writing Across the Curriculum (Prentice-Hall, 4th edition, 2006). Art co-edited with several Clemson colleagues Teaching and Learning Creatively: Inspirations and Reflections (Parlor Press, 2006), an anthology of creative works by more than 50 Clemson students from numerous disciplines with accompanying reflections by their teachers. He also co-edited Electronic Communication Across the Curriculum (NCTE, 1998). In addition, he is author of numerous articles and co-editor of four other books on writing across the curriculum. Art has served as a consultant on writing and communication across the curriculum to more than seventy colleges in the U.S. and abroad.