Summer 2020 Virtual Events: 07/27 & 08/13

Dear Colleagues, We hope that his email finds you and your families well. In light of the ongoing uncertainty about what the fall may bring for colleges and universities in the region, the Philadelphia Council of Writing Program Administrators (PWPA) is offering two virtual events to support regional writing programs …

Spring Event Canceled

Dear PWPA Members, We hope this email finds you and your families safe and healthy. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we will need to postpone our April meeting at Arcadia.

[Canceled] 4/17/20 Spring Event at Arcadia

Note: This event has been canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak. We are pleased to announce that Arcadia University will be hosting our Spring 2020 PWPA event on Friday, April 17, 2020.   The theme of the day’s workshops and luncheon keynote will be multimodal and digital writing. We are also …

2/21 Writing Retreat at Thomas Jefferson University

Have a project that you need to move forward? Need some time and support to do that? We invite you to join area WPAs and the Philadelphia Writing Program Administrators (PWPA) on Friday, February 21, 2020 for a winter writing retreat at Thomas Jefferson University, Scott Memorial Library, 1020 Walnut …

Spring Event at Temple University: Honoring Eli Goldblatt, 4/1

Please join us to honor the career and contributions of our longtime PWPA colleague Eli Goldblatt on Monday, April 1. Time: Noon – 5:00 PM Location: Shusterman Hall at Temple University. Campus map here; see building 46 in cell C4. We will hear from panels featuring former students, community partners and …

Fall Meeting at Rowan University

Join us at the at the Glassboro campus on Friday, October 12th. Dear Colleagues, Amy Woodworth, on behalf of the Department of Writing Arts at Rowan University, has generously agreed to host the PWPA Fall Meeting on Friday, October 12, from 9:30am-1:30pm. Details below, including agenda, directions, and RSVPs. As …

Spring Meeting @ Drexel: April 20th

Hi, all: Please see a message below on the Spring meeting from Dr. Scott Warnock, Associate Professor of English and Director of Drexel’s University Writing Program: Drexel is excited to host the Philadelphia Writing Program Administrators spring meeting on Friday, April 20. The theme for this meeting will be Community-Based Writing, and …