IWAC 2023 Conference Schedule

Below is the full schedule for the IWAC 2023 conference to be held at Clemson University June 14-17, 2023. All times are in EST. To see an overview of when each session will take place, view our schedule in brief.

Schedule Last Updated: February 1, 2023

Wednesday June 14 (Workshops)

Workshop Session 1 (noon-3 p.m.)

 

W.1 Designing RAD WAC Research

Session Chair: Christopher R. Basgier, Auburn University

Workshop Leaders: 

Christopher Basgier, Auburn University 

Michael Pemberton, Georgia Southern University

 

W.2 Crafting WAC Equity Whitepapers in Your Discipline

Session Chair: Stacey Sheriff, Colby College

Workshop Leaders:

Sherri Craig, Virginia Tech 

Stacey Sheriff, Colby College 

 

W.3 Transformative Initiatives for Sustainable WAC

Session Chair: Lauren Silber, Wesleyan University

Workshop Leaders: 

Jenny Krichevsky, California State University, Fresno 

Kelin Loe, Texas A&M University–Commerce

Lauren Silber, Wesleyan University 

 

Workshop Session 2 (3:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.)

 

W.4 What Our Policies Say: Inclusive Language Practices for Syllabi Writing (Virtual Workshop)

Session Chair: Adele Leon, Nova Southeastern University

Workshop Leaders: 

Melissa Bianchi, Nova Southeastern University 

Juliette Kitchens, Nova Southeastern University 

Adele Leon, Nova Southeastern University 

Claire Lutkewitte, Nova Southeastern University 

Star Vanguir, Nova Southeastern University

 

W.5 Meaningful Inquiry: How to Integrate Equity into Research Assignments

Session Chair: Amanda Folk, The Ohio State University

Workshop Leaders: 

Katie Blocksidge, The Ohio State University at Newark

Jane Hammons, The Ohio State University 

Christopher Manion, The Ohio State University 

Hanna Primeau, The Ohio State University

 

W.6 WAC Summer Institute Alumni Workshop: Building Sustainable Programs One Year Later

Session Chair: Alisa Russell, Wake Forest University

Workshop Leaders: 

Chris Anson, North Carolina State University 

Cristyn Elder, University of New Mexico 

Jeff Galin, Florida Atlantic University 

Jamila Kareem, University of Central Florida

Thursday, June 15

Session A (9:00-10:15 a.m.)

 

A.1 Writing Beyond the Classroom: Developing Student Creativity and Workplace Readiness 

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Doug Hesse, University of Denver 

Presenters:

Creative Nonfiction Across the Curriculum

Doug Hesse, University of Denver

Humanities at Work: Towards a Model for WAC-Workplace Partnerships

Elizabeth Kimball, Drexel University

 

A.2 Writing Classrooms for the Twenty-First Century and Beyond: Lessons Learned since 2020

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Leslie Ann Roldan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Presenters:

Malcah Effron, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Leslie Ann Roldan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Michael Trice, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Eric Grunwald, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

A.3 Transitioning from W Courses to WAC in the “Age of Austerity”

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Virtual

Chair: Jennifer Grouling, Ball State

Presenters:

Shane Lanning, Ball State

Courtney Crisp, Ball State

Jennifer Grouling, Ball State

 

A.4 Inventing a WAC Program at a Two-Year College: A Tale of Unlikely Partnerships

Type of Session: Roundtable

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Stacy Wilson, Mesa Community College

Presenters:

Stacy Wilson, Mesa Community College

Alex Arreguin, Mesa Community College

Jennifer Fay, Mesa Community College

Amelia Rodriguez, Mesa Community College

Belinda Weiss, Mesa Community College

Nicole Bartreau, Mesa Community College

Kathleen Mead, Mesa Community College

Suzanne Cordeiro, Mesa Community College

Respondent: Elizabeth Wardle, Miami University

 

A.5 The loneliness is real: Threshold concepts as community-builders

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Lauren Garskie, Gannon University

Presenters:

Threshold Concepts as Grounding Research and Community Creators for Writing Intensive Courses

Lauren Garskie, Gannon University,

The Limiting and Ordering Work of Threshold Concepts within a Doctoral Nursing Writing Course

Sara Austin, AdventHealth University

Alone Together: Libraries, Threshold Concepts, and the Shared Work of Ambassadorship”

Melissa Forbes, Gettysburg College

 

A.6 The Promise of WAC Micro-credentials: Supporting Student Success and Faculty Professional Growth

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Ming Fang, Florida International University

Presenters:

Kimberly Harrison, Florida International University

Ming Fang, Florida International University

Christine Martorana, Florida International University

 

Session B (10:30-11:45 a.m.)

 

B.1 WAC in the Face of Large-Scale Curricular Changes: Where do we go from here?

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: David R. Russell, Iowa State University

Presenters:

A WAC/WID Program in Transition: Responding to Large-Scale Curricular Change

Heather Bastian, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

“I was a Writing Program Administrator, and it was wack (but not WAC)”

Lee Morrissey, Clemson University

What do the next 50 years hold for WAC/WID research?

David R. Russell, Iowa State University

 

B.2 Improving Access and Inclusion in Online Writing Across the Disciplines: The Role of Writing Centers

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Meghan Velez, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Presenters:

Meghan Velez, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Janine Morris, Nova Southeastern University

Nikki Chasteen, Nova Southeastern University

 

B.3 Addressing Competing Activity Systems to Increase Writing Self-Efficacy in an Engineering First-Year Design Course; Reports from a Pilot Study

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: [Not Provided]

Presenters:

Eliana Schonberg, Duke University

Sage Cooley, Duke University

 

B.4 WAC and Structural Sustainability of Small Liberal Arts Colleges

Type of Session: Roundtable

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Joshua Barsczewski, Muhlenberg College

Presenters:

Lisha Daniels Storey, Austin College

A Tale of Two Colleges

Joshua Barsczewski, Muhlenberg College

Jennifer Juszkiewicz, Saint Mary’s College

Katherine Daily O’Meara, St. Norbert College

 

B.5 Reimagining Language: Creating Antiracist Linguistic Practices 

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Presenters:

Critical Stylistics as an Antiracist Pedagogy in Writing Across the Curriculum

Shuv Raj Rana Bhat, [Institution Not Provided]

Agents of Change: How Writing Program Administrators Enact Antiracist WAC

Jessa M. Wood, University of Minnesota

The Importance of Writing Inclusivity: Reimagining What the College Writing Classroom is to the Native American Student

Beth Lee, Purdue University Global

 

B.6 Cultivating Equitable WAC Classrooms

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid 

Chair: Emily Bouza, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Presenters:

Values-Based Interventions for an Activist, Departmental WAC Approach

Emily Bouza, University of Wisconsin-Madison

No Resting on Laurels: Examining a Decline in Faculty Engagement with Equity-Based Programming

Tiffany Rousculp, Salt Lake Community College

Deep Accountability: Motivating Obligations in Disciplinary Writing Instruction

Lacey Wootton, American University

 

B.7 Writing Across STEM and Humanities: professional communication and information literacy through public-facing assignments that transcend disciplinary boundaries

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid 

Chair: Jill Dahlman, California Northstate University College of Health Sciences

Presenters:

Tereza Joy Kramer, California Northstate University College of Health Sciences

Emily Mills-Ko, California Northstate University College of Health Sciences

Elizabeth Baxmeyer, California Northstate University College of Health Sciences

Jill Dahlman, California Northstate University College of Health Sciences

Rosemary Effiong, California Northstate University College of Health Sciences

Damon Meyer, California Northstate University College of Health Sciences

 

Session C (1:30-2:45 p.m.)

 

C.1 WAC’s Transnational Role in One Program’s Institutional Success: A Short History of How the University of Missouri’s WAC Program Internationalizes Its Mission

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Amy Lannin, University of Missouri

Presenters:

WAC Program Internationalization as Response to Administration’s Call

Martha Townsend, University of Missouri

Building International Communities of Practice around WAC/WID

Amy Lannin, University of Missouri

Graduate Students’ Perceptions of Academic Writing in the STEM Fields

Maha K. Kareem, University of Missouri

Respondent: Martha Townsend, University of Missouri

 

C.2 “They’re a Hard Bunch to Crack”: Developing Meaningful Writing Supports for Biomedical Graduate Students

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: [Not Provided]

Presenters:

Candis Bond, Augusta University

James Garner, Augusta University

Romana Hinton, Augusta University

Hannah Soblo, Augusta University

 

C.3 Writing into Practice: A Collaboration between Law Enforcement and Language Professionals

Type of Session: Teaching Demonstration

Delivery Mode: In Person

Presenters:

Kevin Kato, Arizona Western College

Sarah Snyder, Arizona Western College

Anita Salisbury, Arizona Western College

Yurinia Yeomans, Arizona Western College

 

C.4 From WAC through WID to Professional Practicum: Reflecting on a GTA Writing Fellows Professional Development Model

Type of Session: Roundtable

Delivery Mode: Hybrid 

Chair: [Not Provided]

Presenters:

TBD

Respondent: Katalin Beck, Clemson University

 

C.5 Graduate Writing Support Around the Globe

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Katie Fry, University of Toronto

Presenters:

Writing selves, writing theses: reflections on doctoral writing in India

Nupur Samuel, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, India

Graduate Writing Support in the Disciplines at the University of Toronto

Katie Fry, University of Toronto

Translanguaging and Transdisciplinary Practices of L2 Graduate Students in Peer Review

Amy Hodges, University of Texas at Arlington

Adam Stein, University of North Texas

 

C.6 The Promises and Perils of Implementing a New General Education Curriculum at a Flagship Land Grant Institution

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid 

Chair: Christopher E. Manion, The Ohio State University

Presenters:

Alan Kalish, The Ohio State University

Melissa Beers, The Ohio State University

Teresa Johnson, The Ohio State University

Laura Struve, The Ohio State University

Christopher Manion, The Ohio State University

C.7 Ungrading as Anti-ableist and Anti-racist Assessment

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Virtual

Chair: Molly Ubbesen, University of Minnesota Rochester

Presenters:

Molly Ubbesen, University of Minnesota Rochester

Aaron Bruenger, University of Minnesota Rochester

Bronson Lemer, University of Minnesota Rochester

 

Session D (3:30-4:15 p.m.)

 

D.1 Challenging Disintegrative Learning from Undergraduate to Beyond the Institution

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Elizabeth Wardle, Miami University

Presenters:

WAC Leadership and Integrative Learning at the Undergraduate Level

Caitlin Martin, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Promoting Systemic Change in Graduate Writing Structures

Mandy Olejnik, Miami University

Credentials, Certificates, and Competencies: Considering an Integrative Approach to Online, Asynchronous Education

Angela Glotfelter, The University of Alabama in Huntsville

Respondent: Elizabeth Wardle, Miami University

 

D.2 What are You Reading? Using Scholarship to Explore WAC’s Next 50 Years

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Pamela B. Childers, McCallie School

Presenters: 

Pamela B. Childers, McCallie School

William J. Macauley, Jr., [Institution Not Provided]

 

D.3 The Professional Divide Between Writing & Language Studies: History, Bibliometrics, and Implications for WAC

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Tyler J. Carter, Duke Kunshan University

Presenters:

A Comparative Rhetoric of Writing and Language Instruction in the US

Tyler J. Carter, Duke Kunshan University

Measuring the Relationship between writing-centered fields using Citation Data

Alexsandra Swatek, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan

Respondent: Tyler J. Carter, Duke Kunshan University

 

D.4 How Nursing Faculty Teach Writing: A Multi-Year Project to Embed WAC across a BSN Curriculum

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid 

Chair: Heidi G. Nobles, University of Virginia

Presenters:

T. Kenny Fountain, University of Virginia

Ashley Hurst, University of Virginia

Heidi G. Nobles, University of Virginia

 

D.5 Unconventional Approaches to the WAC Classroom

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Jennie Wakefield, Clemson University

Presenters:

Language and the Kinesthetic: Positioning Them Side-by-Side in Interdisciplinary Writing

Jennie Wakefield, Clemson University

All Eyes on Abstracts: Forging the Pronoic Possibilities of Teaching the Visual Abstract in the Composition Classroom

Molly Ryan, Virginia Tech

Moonshot Writing: Cancer Prevention Online Discourse Communities in WAC Pedagogy

Kristy L. Crawley, Forsyth Technical Community College

 

Session E (4:30-5:45 p.m.)

 

E.1 The role of WAC in Student Funding

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Joanna Johnson, University of Miami

Presenters:

Leveraging WAC to Reduce Disparities in Grant Funding

Joanna S. Johnson, University of Miami

Proposing entrance: Accessing undergraduate research fellowships

Thomas Polk, George Mason University

 

E.2 WAC Program Development Strategies 

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Lindsey Ives, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Presenters:

Looking Back to Move Forward

Carroll Nardone, Sam Houston State University

Todd Primm, Sam Houston State University

Balancing  flexibility with accountability: Assessing a WID QEP at a STEM institution

Lindsey Ives, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Using a WAC Advisory Committee to Develop and Sustain a WAC Initiative

Michael Keathley, Purdue University Global

Sheryl Bone, Purdue University Global

 

E.3 Crossing the Great Divide: Implementing WAC from Accounting through Zoology

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Errol C. Sull, Purdue University Global

Presenters:

Errol Sull, Purdue University Global

Lynne Smelser, Purdue University Global

Respondent: Errol C. Sull, Purdue University Global

 

E.4 Editorial Roundtable on the IWAC 2023 Edited Collections

Type of Session: Roundtable

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Christopher R. Basgier, Auburn University

Presenters:

Christopher Basgier, Auburn University

Magnus Gustafsson, Chalmers University of Technology

Sue Hum, University of Texas at San Antonio

Maureen A. Mathison, University of Utah

Justin Nicholes, University of Wisconsin-Stout

Terry M. Zawacki, George Mason University

 

E.5 Writing Strategies for Student Change

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Radhika Jaidev, Singapore Institute of Technology

Presenters:

Towards achieving a writing-enriched curriculum in a university in Singapore

Radhika Jaidev, Singapore Institute of Technology

Towards a New Pedagogy of Transfer Across the Disciplines: Supporting Underprepared Student Writers in STEM

Kristen Starkowski, Harvard College

WACking FYC: Making Threshold Concepts of Writing “Troublesome”

Jerry Stinnett, Grand Valley State University

Peer Learning and Tacit Knowledge Acquisition In Writing Courses

Mian Wang, [Institution Not Provided]

 

E.6 The Importance of Multiple Perspectives in the WAC Classroom

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid 

Chair: Ann N. Amicucci, University of Colorado Colorado Springs

Presenters:

Embracing Complexity: Contradictions Between Perception and Application of Counterargument in Writing Intensive Assignments 

Christy Goldsmith, University of Missouri

Julie Birt, University of Missouri

Dismantling Future Teachers’ English-Only Assumptions: An Exploratory Video Assignment

Ann N. Amicucci, University of Colorado Colorado Springs

From Pandemic to Post-Pandemic WAC Pedagogy: Paradigm Shifts

Xiangying Huo, University of Toronto

Friday, June 16

Session F (9:00-10:15 a.m.)

 

F.1 WAC Past, Present and Future: Drawing on What We Know to Transform Public Perceptions of Writing

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Elizabeth Wardle, Miami University

Presenters:

1977: Revolution and Doing the Next Right Thing

Elaine Maimon, Retired

Learning To Name and Act From What We Know

Linda Adler-Kassner, University of California Santa Barbara

A History of Trying to Change Public Conceptions: What Has Happened? 

Elizabeth Wardle, Miami University

Respondent: Elizabeth Wardle, Miami University

 

F.2 WAC as a Force for Social Change

Type of Session: Roundtable

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Beth Carroll, Appalachian State University

Presenters:

Beth Carroll, Appalachian State University

Sarah Zurhellen, Appalachian State University

Kelly Terzaken, Appalachian State University

Julie Karaus, Appalachian State University

Miles Britton, Appalachian State University

Sarah Greene, Appalachian State University

 

F.3 AWAC Mentoring Committee RoundTable

Type of Session: Roundtable

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Lindsay Clark, Sam Houston State University

Presenters: 

Katharine Brown, Auburn University

Kendra L. Mitchell, Florida A&M University

Robert E. Randolph, Jr., [Institution Not Provided]

Molly Ubbesen, University of Minnesota Rochester

 

Session G (10:30-11:45 a.m.)

 

G.1 WAC’s Role in Supporting Graduate Student Writing

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Magnus K. H. Gustafsson, Chalmers University of Technology

Presenters:

Studying the supervision of PhD writing at a STEAM university – what’s its WAC potential?

Magnus K. H. Gustafsson, Chalmers University of Technology

Maija Taka, Aalto University

Reinforcing Revision: Graduate Student Assistant Director Impacts on Writing Assignments in Collaboration with Writing Fellow Partnered Faculty

Hannah Locher, University of Nevada, Reno

Alexandra J. Drozdoff, University of Nevada, Reno

 

G.2 Methodological Approaches & Tools for Building Sustainable WAC Programs: Three Interrelated Research Studies

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Alisa Russell, Wake Forest University

Presenters:

Alisa Russell, Wake Forest University

Erin Marlow, Wake Forest University

Zak Lancaster, Wake Forest University

 

G.3 Transforming WAC at 50: What, How, and for Whom?

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid 

Chair: Cristyn Elder, University of New Mexico

Presenters:

Cristyn L. Elder, University of New Mexico

TBD

 

G.4 Writing Beyond the University as a Framework for WAC’s Future

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Julia Bleakney, Elon University

Presenters:

Jessie Moore, Elon University

Paula Rosinski, Elon University

Julia Bleakney, Elon University

 

G.5 WAC Leadership: Global Community Program

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Presenters:

TAs in the WAC World: Preparing Future-Faculty to Teach With Writing

Kathleen Daly Weisse, Marist College

Elisabeth Miller, University of Nevada, Reno

To Be Agents of Change, WAC Scholars Must Embrace Global Leadership

Michael Keathley, Purdue University Global

Positive Change Agents

Ritu Sharma, Purdue University Global

 

Session H (1:30-2:45 p.m.)

 

H.1 Students’ Reuse of their Own Writing Across Courses: Instructional Attitudes, Ethical Considerations and Practical Strategies

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Michael Pemberton, Georgia Southern University

Presenters:

Michael Pemberton, Georgia Southern University

Chris Anson, North Carolina State University

Susanne Hall, California Institute of Technology

 

H.2 Managing Assessment Requirements in the WAC Classroom

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Presenters:

Assessing a Pedagogy: Students Reflect on the Degree to Which WTL Assignments Enhance their Learning

Erika Scheurer, University of Saint Thomas

Infusing Mandated Writing Assessments with WAC Theory

Analeigh E. Horton, University of Arizona

Kathleen Kryger, University of Arizona

Low Stakes, Meaningful Rewards: Writing Activities Create Connection in Large Lecture Courses

Emily Hall, University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

H.3 WAC Online: Advocating for Effective and Equitable Writing Instruction at Scale

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Julie Minnaugh, Southern New Hampshire University

Presenters:

Presentation 1: Assignment (Re)Design Online: Offering Advanced WAC Workshops across Locations and Modalities

Amy Mecklenburg-Faenger, Park University

Inclusive Writing Assessment Online Part 1: Lessons from Bringing Critical Language Awareness to University Administrators and Faculty at Scale

Hannah Thompson , Southern New Hampshire University

Inclusive Writing Assessment Online Part 2: Lessons from Bringing Critical Language Awareness to Large-Scale Standard Curriculum

Kelly Ross, Southern New Hampshire University

Amanda Dolan, Southern New Hampshire University

Respondent: Julie Minnaugh, Southern New Hampshire University

 

H.4 The Future is Faculty Development (Communities): Understanding and Promoting Linguistic Social Justice across the Curriculum through FLCs

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Lisa Arnold, North Dakota State University

Presenters:

Fahad Hossain, North Dakota State University

Lisa Arnold, North Dakota State University

Stephen Disrud, North Dakota State University

Ibtissem Belmihoub, New American Consortium for Wellness and Empowerment

 

H.5 Nuts and Bolts Roundtable

Type of Session: Roundtable

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Amanda Sladek, University of Nebraska at Kearney

Presenters:

Fearlessness, Sustainability, and Adaptability in Transition: “Baby WAC” and the Future of Small Writing Programs

Amanda Sladek, University of Nebraska at Kearney

It’s All New: Building a WAC Program Through the Writing Center

Kristen Welch, Spartanburg Methodist College

Rumblings of Purpose: Activist Experiential Learning and Student Empowerment through Writing

Scott J. Wilson, Luther College at the University of Regina

Setting the Foundation: An Assessment of First Year Seminar Writing Instruction

Alison R. Rutyna, Muhlenberg College

 

Session I (3:00-4:15 p.m.)

 

I.1 Activist WAC: Principles, Strategies, and Tactics

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Pamela Flash, University of Minnesota

Presenters:

Organizing change within (and by) departmental communities

Pamela Flash, University of Minnesota

Planning for change through aspirational activity system modeling

Crystal Fodrey, Moravian University

Enabling change by working with faculty blindspots

Stacey Sheriff, Colby College

Matthew Luskey, University of Minnesota

 

I.2 From Practice to Publication: Preparing a Submission for the WAC Repository

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Ming Fang, Florida International University

Presenters:

Lindsey Harding, University of Georgia

Jackie Kauza, Indiana University East

Respondent: Lauren Garskie, Gannon University

 

I.3 Considerations of Equity and Inclusion in Academic Publishing

Type of Session: Roundtable

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Heather M. Falconer, University of Maine

Presenters:

Joan Mullin, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte [International Exchanges on the Study of Writing]

Aimee Taylor, Clarke University [Practice & Possibilities]

David Blakesley, Clemson University [Parlor Press]

Heather M. Falconer, University of Maine [Perspectives on Writing]

 

I.4 Award-Winning Writers Look Back on WAC: Lessons for Our Current and Future Programs

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid 

Chair: Sarah Tinker Perrault, Oregon State University

Presenters:

Vicki Tolar Burton, Oregon State University

Alexander Mahmou-Werndli, Al Akhawayn University

Sarah Tinker Perrault, Oregon State University

 

I.5 Equitable Learning: The Importance of Linguistic Justice 

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid 

Presenters:

Connecting Racial and Linguistic In/justice in Writing Across the Curriculum: Toward a Raciolinguistic Approach

Keli Tucker, University of Wisconsin-Madison

DEI and Languaging Across the Curriculum

Alison Moore, University of California, Davis

 

Session J (4:30-5:45 p.m.)

 

J.1 Tracing Students’ Lifewide Writing: Implications for WAC Programs

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Kathleen Blake Yancey, Florida State University

Presenters:

Ashley J. Holmes, Georgia State University

Yogesh K. Sinha, Ohio University

Alexis Hart, Allegheny College

Íde O’Sullivan, University of Limerick

 

J.2 Exploration in Modalities: Introspection and Retrospection toward Reflective Learning in Writing Across the Curriculum

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Cheryl Hoy, Bowling Green State University

Presenters:

Reflective Infographics: The Need for Multimodal Learning in Writing Across the Curriculum

Cheryl Hoy, Bowling Green State University

Reflective Writing: The Need for Inward Exploration in Writing Across the Curriculum

Kitty S.C. Burroughs, Bowling Green State University 

 

J.3 Journal Editors Roundtable: Publishing in WAC

Type of Session: Roundtable

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Michael Pemberton, Georgia Southern University

Presenters:

Michael J. Cripps, University of New England

Paul Cook, Indiana University Kokomo

Allison Daniel, Clemson University

Justin Hayes, Quinnipiac University

Susan Lang, The Ohio State University

Julia Voss, Santa Clara University

 

J.4 Addressing Equity in WAC: A Story of Antiracist Writing Pedagogy at an HSI University

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid 

Chair: Emily Jo Schwaller, The University of Arizona

Presenters:

“More Inclusive and Meaningful Learning Experiences”: Insights from Two Years of WAC Faculty Fellows Training

Aimee Mapes, The University of Arizona

From Funding to Serving: What it Means to Serve Student Writers at an HSI

Emily Jo Schwaller, The University of Arizona

“Hanging Out with a Friend”: Embedded Tutoring as More Equitable Writing Support

Leah Bowshier, The University of Arizona

 

J.5 The Power of Stories in WAC Classrooms: Models and Assignments for Activist & Justice-Oriented Projects

Type of Session: Teaching Demonstration

Delivery Mode: Virtual

Presenter:

Traci Gardner, Virginia Tech

Saturday, June 17

Session K (9:00-10:15 a.m.)

 

K.1 Principles, Strategies, and Tactics for WAC Program Development: What We Can Learn from Five Institutions Using the Whole Systems Approach for Building WAC Programs

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Jeffrey R. Galin, Florida Atlantic University 

Presenters:

Jeffrey R. Galin, Florida Atlantic University

Cheryl Duffy, Fort Hays State University

Michelle Crow, Cornell University

 

K.2 Four Views of ePortfolio and WAC/WID/CAC Connections

Type of Session: Roundtable

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Christopher R. Basgier, Auburn University

Presenters:

Jennifer Gennaco, University of New England

Christopher Basgier, Auburn University

Boz Bowles, Louisiana State University

Sarah Zurhellen, Appalachian State University

Megan Mize, Old Dominion University

 

K.3 Teaching Writing Across Disciplines

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Dureshahwar (Shari) Lughmani, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Presenters:

Teaching research writing across the sub-disciplines of education: A writing specialist constructing “an intellectual home” in a Faculty of Education

Yongyan Li, The University of Hong Kong

“Let there be light!” Developing and piloting writing guides for apprentice genres in social work discipline

Dureshahwar (Shari) Lughmani, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Stella Sau Kuen Wong, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

 

K.4 WAC and Writing Center Partnerships 

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Stacy Kastner, University of Pennsylvania

Presenters:

Centering WAC Awareness; Assignment Sampling as Tutor Training Methodology

Stacy Kastner, University of Pennsylvania

Mind the Gap: Undergraduate Research & Writing Center as Institutional Partners for WAC

Joy Bracewell, [Institution Not Provided]

Stefanie Sevcik, Georgia College & State University

 

K.5 Global Classrooms, Singular Goals: Cross-Cultural Literacy and Community Engagement

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Virtual

Chair: Jan E. Watson, Purdue University Global

Presenters:

Jan Watson, Purdue University Global

Ritu Sharma, Purdue University Global

Respondent: Jan E. Watson, Purdue University Global

 

Session L (10:30-11:45 a.m.)

 

L.1 WAC and Critical Thinking: New Perspectives

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Ann Blakeslee, Eastern Michigan University

Presenters:

Grammar as a Mode of Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum

Justin Hayes, Quinnipiac University

Mapping Critical Thinking Across the Curriculum: From Foundational to Domain-Specific Written Activities

Justin Rademaekers, West Chester University of Pennsylvania

Building Bridges between Writing to Learn and Writing in the Disciplines: The Role of Writing to Engage

Mike Palmquist, Colorado State University

Respondent: Ann Blakeslee, Eastern Michigan University

 

L.2 Towards an Antiracist Pedagogy: Challenging Western Standards in WAC Studies

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: In Person

Presenters:

Addressing Publication Bias in non-Western Research Contexts: Implications for WAC Programs and Western Research Universities

Megan Callow, University of Washington

Josie Walwema, University of Washington

 

L.3 The “International” in IWAC: Language Policies and Linguistic Inclusivity in Our Research and Scholarly Publications

Type of Session: Roundtable

Delivery Mode: In Person

Chair: Lisa Arnold, North Dakota State University

Presenters:

Joan Mullin, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Anna Habib, George Mason University

Terry Zawacki, George Mason University

 

L.4 Advancing International Research on Writing: A Report from the International Society for the Advancement of Writing Research

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Virtual

Chair: [Not Provided]

Presenters: 

Paul Rogers, The University of California, Santa Barbara

Jonathan Marine, George Mason University 

 

L.5 Taking Risks in Writing 

Type of Session: Panel

Delivery Mode: Hybrid

Chair: Meghan Hancock, Marshall University

Presenters:

From “Novelty” to “Experimentation”: How Faculty Define Risk-Taking in Writing

Meghan Hancock, Marshall University

Beyond the Pitch: Exploring the Process of Entrepreneurial Sales Communication

Gracemarie M. Fillenwarth, Rowan University

Emily Nolan, Rowan University

Poster Presentations (Available throughout the conference at the presenters’ discretion)

P.1 Creating Communication Buy-in in STEM

Type of Session: Poster Presentation

Delivery Mode: In Person

Presenters:

Becky Carmichael, Louisiana State University

Boz Bowles, Louisiana State University

 

P.2 Making A Mission: Accessibility for Student-Veterans

Type of Session: Poster Presentation

Delivery Mode: In Person

Presenters:

DeLyn R. Winters, University of Colorado Colorado Springs

Andrew LaBasi, University of Colorado Colorado Springs

 

P.3 UNgrading the Writing Process: Crafting an Educational Philosophy Statement

Type of Session: Poster Presentation

Delivery Mode: In Person

Presenter:

Delia Hernandez, Kingsborough Community College

 

P.4 Creating an Equity-Focused University Writing Initiative

Type of Session: Poster Presentation

Delivery Mode: In Person

Presenter:

Natasha Kohl, National Louis University

 

P.5 English Across the Curriculum @ CUHK

Type of Session: Poster Presentation

Delivery Mode: In Person

Presenters:

Jose Lai, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Allen Ho, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Yuet Ying Cheung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong 

Steven Yeung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Carmen Li, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

P.6  Peer-tutoring Scheme @ CUHK

Type of Session: Poster Presentation

Delivery Mode: In Person

Presenters:

Jose Lai, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Allen Ho, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Yuet Ying Cheung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong 

Steven Yeung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Carmen Li, The Chinese University of Hong Kong