The University of Virginia Center for Teaching Excellence, in coordination with the AERA Service-Learning and Experiential Education SIG, will be hosting The Scholar Summit, March 24-26, in Charlottesville, Va. Registration for the event is now live. NOTE: Space is limited to 160 attendees and registration closes on March 2nd (or when sold out) so act now … Read more
ENGL3754: Advanced Composition hasn’t been offered for a few years, but we in the University Writing Program are excited to be bringing it back, and we think you will be, too. Sign up! This one-of-a-kind class foregrounds research writing at the 3xxx level; it’s a great match for you if you want to refine your … Read more
Eleven faculty and graduate students from Virginia Tech will present as part of the 71st annual Conference on College Composition and Communication, April 7-10 (online). Thursday, April 8Sweta Baniya, Virginia Tech, Thur., 4/8, 3-4:30 p.m. ET, D.4 The Role of Academic Publishing Today: Studies in Writing and Rhetoric, “Systemic Exclusions: Who the Field Publishes, Who … Read more
On Wednesday, May 15, students from ENGL2634: Writing and Social Justice will present their final projects from 10:05 a.m. until 12:05 p.m. in the Newman Library Multipurpose Room. This event welcomes everyone to learn from multimodal presentations and to interact with students about their research activity related to social justice issues this semester. For more … Read more
Join colleagues in the Virginia Tech Composition Program for the first common hour Teaching Talk: What a Composition Program Wants, Wed., January 30, 12:15-1:15 in Shanks 370/380.