Justin Everett and Christina Haganu-Bresch of the University of the Sciences graciously hosted our fall gathering, with an outstanding presentation by Mike Zerbe on the DNA of Rhetoric, and a great workshop led by Justin and Cristina on their exciting initiative to build effective writing feedback into their STEM courses.
PWPA Co-Chair Bill Fitgerald of Rutgers-Camden, along with The Writing Program, including the Writing and Design Lab, welcomed all to the PWPA Spring Meeting and started the day with a tour of their beautiful new Writer’s House.
The PWPA’s annual Winter Social will be held on February 24, 2017 at JG Domestic, from 5 to 7 pm.
Reviving a tradition from years past, this year’s PWPA co-hosted a well-attended reception at the Convention Center Marriott for folks in writing studies who were presenting at MLA in Philadelphia in January.
The Fall PWPA Meeting was held on Friday, September 16, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
Dear Colleagues, Please join us for the spring meeting at West Chester U.
Dear Colleagues, We invite you to join us for this fall’s PWPA meeting on Friday, September 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Our focus will be on genre-based assignments.
“The Purposeful Writer: Links between High School and College Composition” Please mark your calendars for the spring PWPA meeting on Friday, April 11, 2014, from 10AM-3PM, at Immaculata University.
Happy fall, PWPAers! We hope you are settling into the semester and that you’re ready for a new academic year of PWPA events. We’re certainly ready for you. Please mark your calendars for the fall PWPA meeting, hosted this October 25, 2013, at Philadelphia University. We are looking forward to your …
The PWPA Executive Committee has 3 vacancies for at-large positions coming up, and we are looking for nominations for these positions. As many of you know, the Executive Committee generally meets four times during the year: at the Fall, Winter, and Spring meetings, and again in the Summer. According to …