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Day and TimePresentation Type Title Contributor's Individual Titles
Contributor's Names
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Friday Feb 22nd
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Room A
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9:00-10:00Round Table“Scoffs from Profs: Tutors Adapting to the Expectations of Faculty”   Emma Andrews, Catherine Duncan, and Amanda Albrecht,
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10:00-11:00Panel PresentationSnapshots
and Long Exposures: Data in the Writing Center”
Vicente Lozano, Rachel Tarrant, Kathleen Krysher
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1:00-2:00
Individual Presentation Panel
"Technological Flexibility"



1) “The Benefits of Online Stretching and 2)
"Modeling and micro-scaffolding: Reducing students' cognitive load with online
writing templates”

1). Kathy Bryson, 2) R.J. Lambert
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2:00-3:00Panel PresentationSCWCA Executive BoardFrances Crawford
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3:00-4:00
Individual Panel Presentation
"Past the Breaking Point: Shaping a New Center 1"1) "The
Center Cannot Hold: Breaking Best Practices in the Writing Center Space”, 2) “Narrating
the Stretch: Reconciling Old and New Institutional Contexts”
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1) Eric C. Camarillo, 2) Amanda Kay Cruz
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4:00-5:00Round Table“Bouncing Among Writing Genres” Emily Bouza
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5:00-6:00
Individual Presentation Panel
"Past the Breaking Point: Shaping a New Center 2"

1) “The Modern
Graduate Student: What if the shoe doesn't fit? 2) “Preparing Undergraduate
Consultants to Support ELL Graduate Student Clients”

1) Gwendolyn Inocencio, 2) Alexis Smith
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Room B
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9:00-10:00Panel Presentation Stretching to Support Who We Really Are: Effective Management in the Neurodiverse Writing CenterAlice Batt, Tristin Hooker, Sarah Riddick, U of Texas at Austin
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10:00-11:00Round Table  “Elasticity Beyond the Session: Promotion and
Events in the Center”
Carey Smitherman Clark, Katherine Bray,
Dalton Cook
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1:00-2:00Round Table “Promoting
Undergraduate Involvement in the Writing Center through Participation in the
Interviewing and Hiring Process: An Elastic Application of our Staff and
Resources”
Cheyenne Smith, An’Nissa Davis, Chris Jones,
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2:00-3:00Round Table
“Elasticity within Workshops: the Three Aspects of Running Effective Workshops” Devyn Ross,Lindsey Conklin,
Mikaela Thompson
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3:00-4:00
Individual Presentation Panel
"From classroom to Writing Center: Reciprocal Relationships"

1) “Can
working in the Writing Center make you a better teacher? Graduate Consultant
Professional Development in the University Writing Center” and 2) “Advanced
Composition Courses and Writing Centers: A Reciprocal Alliance”

1) Kristin Gilger, 2) Toby Coley, Landry Westmoreland
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4:00-5:00Panel Presentation SCWCA Executive BoardFrances Crawford
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5:00-6:00Round Table “Helping the Uncooperative Writer” Autumn Newman, Taylor Gusler and Ashlyn Wimberly
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Room C
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9:00-10:00
Individual Presentation Panel
"Promoting an Evolving Center: Shaping Future Writing Center Growth 1"

1) “Going
Public: Writing Center Outreach and the Battle Against Justifying Inequality”, and 2) “Building
Community through Outreach: Exploring the Role of Social Impact in the Writing
Center”

1) Matthew Jungsuk Howard 2) Jessi Schnebelen
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10:00-11:00
Individual Presentation Panel
"Promoting an Evolving Center: Shaping Future Writing Center Growth 2" 1) “Experiencing
Institutional Issues: Writing Center Directors Addressing Student Retention”,
2) “‘And
The Walls Came Down’: Maintaining Writing Center Spatiality”,
1) Dr. Brent Lynn, 2) Michael Brittain
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1:00-2:00Round Table "Elasticity and Equilibrium: Writing Centers In Flux Amid Administrative Restructuring"Kirsten Komara, Sabrina Zertuche; Jason Martinez; Monique Cortez
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2:00-3:00Round Table “Resisting Elasticity: Shaping #MeToo Conversations in the Writing Center” Katherine Villarreal, Landy Garcia, Marshall Walston, Alejandra Moz, Steven Corbett & Sarah Reeves
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3:00-4:00Round Table “Cross-Institutional
Tutor Training: Creating and Revising Frameworks”
Jennifer Marciniak
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4:00-5:00Panel Presentation“How Introverted Tutors Bounce Back from the Demands of Working in the Writing Center” Lauren Phelps
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5:00-6:00Panel Presentation“Stretching the Original Shape: How Writing Centers' Resistance can Foster Inclusion” Hillary Coenen, Randall Monty, Lisa Wright,
Fehintola Folarin, Sedalia Parker, and Mark
S. Rideout
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Room D
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9:00-10:00
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10:00-11:00
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11:00-12:00
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1:00-2:00
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2:00-3:00
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3:00-4:00
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4:00-5:00
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5:00-6:00Poster Presentations"Shifting Situations: Dealing with Change in a Writing Center Setting"
1) "Joke
and Gesture: Tips for Putting Writers and Tutors at Ease”, 2) “Stretching the
Boundaries of Conversation”, 3) Dealing with Negative Clients in the Writing
Center”, and 4) "Tutoring Diverse Students: Adjust Your Sessions for Different Learning Styles"
1) Miracle M. Gant, Sabrina Locke, Frances Duncan 2) Felicia Juliano 3) Elissa Freberg 4) Haley Wilson, Marc Acosta
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Room E
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1100-12:00Lunch
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12:00-1:00Breakout Session
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Saturday Feb 23rd
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Room A
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9:00-10:00Round Table “I’m not a robot, remember me: Responding to the neoliberalization of writing centers” Randall W. Monty,Eric C. Camarillo, Nadya Pittendrigh,
Lisha Storey,
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10:00-11:00
Individual Presentation Panel


“Tutor Diversity and Flexibility”

1) “Incorporating
Flexibility in Tutor Training”, 2) “Elasticity:
Stretching Across Campus To Support Students and Navigate Challenges”

1) Deepak Pant, 2) Rayya Gordon
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11:00-12:00
Individual Presentation Panel
"Elastic Tutoring: Molding Your Session to Fit Multiple Needs"

1) “Tutoring
as a Helping Profession: Reframing the Helping Process for Writing Center
Sessions”, 2) “Elasticity Working With d/Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Clients: What is
Lacking and How Can We Improve?”,

1) Travis Bridges 2) Alison Green,
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Room B
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9:00-10:00Panel Presentation "Elasticity of the Multidisciplinary Writing Group” Aliethia Dean, Aileen Taft
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10:00-11:00Round Table
“Managing
Ethos: The Transfer of Directors’ Work”
Cole Bennett, Steve Sherwood (TCU), Valerie Balester (Texas A&M), Allison Holland (UALR), and Carolyn Kinslow (Cameron University)
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11:00-12:00Round Table“Bridging
the Gap: Adapting Writing Center Pedagogies to Student Expectations”
Maurice Wilson, Thomas Locke, Devion Reed, Emily Starling
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Room C
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9:00-10:00Round Table“STEM Inquiry Group Developing Best Practices for Working with STEM
Writers
Christopher Jones, Kyu Jeoung Lee, Cheyenne Smith, and Ashley Arnold
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10:00-11:00Panel Presentation "On the Ways
of Improving the Uptake of Suggestions and Increasing Elasticity in Online
Writing Center Sessions"
Olga Muranova
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11:00-12:00Panel Presentation “Elasticity
for Female Tutors: Cutting Calories on Outdated Practices in the Writing Center”
Katherine Villarreal, Landy Garcia, Alejandra Moz & Sarah Reeves
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Room D
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9:00-10:00
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