We actively seek ways to come together, learn, and grow by drawing upon all individuals’ experiences and areas of expertise. For this reason, each member is welcomed to join one of our ten committees, which host meetings throughout the academic year. Consider joining a committee today to connect with other AWAC members and play a role in actively shaping the work of the organization!
The advocacy committee works to promote the intellectual, human, political, and economic capital of the writing across the curriculum community.
The Communication Committee creates channels of communication between AWAC members and publicizes related works and events.
Diversity and Inclusion Committee
The Diversity and Inclusion Committee promotes diversity within AWAC as well as across WAC more broadly.
The AWAC Executive Committee is our governing board comprised of elected individuals.
International Collaborations Committee
The International Collaborations Committee works to fulfill AWAC’s mission to better support and grow WAC as a global intellectual tradition.
IWAC Conference Committee
In connection with AWAC, the IWAC Conference Standing Committee sponsors the International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference on a biennial basis.
The AWAC Mentoring Committee facilitates learning opportunities for a wide variety of WAC stakeholders and at various levels of impact.
The Partnerships Committee develops and sustains formal and informal partnerships with organizations whose purposes align with the goals of AWAC.
Research and Publications Committee
The Research and Publications Committee supports, disseminates, and develops opportunities for research on Writing Across the Curriculum.
WAC Graduate Organization (WAC-GO) AWAC Committee
The Writing Across the Curriculum Graduate Organization (WAC-GO) recognizes the Association for Writing Across the Curriculum as its parent organization; the two organizations collaborate on the mentoring of graduate students.
WAC Summer Institute (WACSI) Committee
The WACSI Committee develops and leads an annual Summer Institute that assists new and prospective leaders of WAC/WID or similar initiatives, in the US and internationally, with planning and developing their programs.