Sign Up for RWG @ CWPA 2015
Registration is now open for WPA-GO's second annual Research and Writing Group (RWG) sessions, to take place on Thursday, July 16, from 2pm-4pm at the 2015 CWPA Conference in Boise, ID. RWG @ CWPA is free and open to all CWPA Conference registrants. Registration will remain open until May 20. Grant recipients will be notified by June 1.

RWG @ CWPA provides an opportunity for writing program researchers (graduate students, faculty, administrators, independent scholars, etc.) to discuss current works-in-progress at various stages of completion (from brainstorming to revision) and form lasting research/writing groups with fellow researchers from across the country.

Participants will deliver brief (5-7 minute), informal introductions to their works-in-progress in one or more small groups led by prominent scholars in the field of writing program administration, who will provide feedback and facilitate group discussion.

Christiane K. Donahue, Dartmouth College
Michele Eodice, University of Oklahoma

Others TBD depending on # of registrants

All RWG participants will be considered for one of up to 5 WPA-GO travel grants in the amount of $100 (or more depending on funding availability) based on the following criteria:
• Status (w/ preference given to graduate students)
• Need (amount of funding from other sources)
• Diversity (with consideration of institutional, demographic)
• Scholarly contribution (potential advancements to field of writing program administration)

To register as a presenter, please fill out the form below.

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