What is WAC-GO? The Writing Across the Curriculum Graduate Organization (WAC-GO) AWAC Committee supports and advocates for graduate students interested in writing across the curriculum work. The committee collaborates with other AWAC committees on the mentoring of graduate students, support for WAC research and publications, and other projects that align with both missions. WAC-GO, in collaboration with the AWAC Mentoring Committee, is hosting an event open to graduate students interested in learning more about writing across the curriculum (WAC), writing in the disciplines (WID), writing-enriched curriculum (WEC), and writing across the globe (WAG).
Join us for this exciting virtual event on Tuesday, May 16th from 4-5:30pm Eastern/ 3-4:30pm Central/ 2-3:30pm Mountain/ 1-2:30 Pacific. This virtual workshop is intended to help graduate students from across the disciplines and writing studies learn about WAC and will feature breakout rooms by experts in a number of WAC-related topics. These topics were identified through a survey completed by graduate students across the country: “Joining WAC conversations and networks (include conferences),” “Teaching writing in the disciplines,” “TILT assignment design,” “Teaching writing in STEM,” “Inclusion-Diversity-Equity-Accessibility (IDEA) in WAC,” and “Demystifying WAC program administration.”
AWAC members may register for the event by clicking HERE. Interested guests can review our individual and institutional membership options before registering. Registration will close Monday, April 3rd at midnight (ET).
Questions? Please contact AWAC Mentoring Committee Co-Chairs Lindsay Clark (ude.ushs@kralcl) and Amy Cicchino (ude.uare@anihccic) or WAC-GO Chair Barbara Green (ude.labolgeudrup@neergb)