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Thanks to everyone who participated in the Fifteenth International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference. If you missed a presentation, please know that all sessions (with the exception of our workshops) were recorded and are available through the Whova website and mobile app.
Registration for the 15th International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference is now open. To register, please visit please visit https://conferencereg.colostate.edu/IWAC or contact CSU Conference and Events Services at (970) 491-6222 or email@example.com. Please note that grants are available for graduate students and faculty members in part-time or contingent positions.
The Fifteenth International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference will be held virtually from August 2nd through 6th, 2021. While we are optimistic that the pandemic will be easing by August, we made the move to a virtual format with the needs of our presenters and attendees in mind.
The IWAC Conference Committee invites proposals for hosting the 2023 International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference. The call can be found at https://iwac.colostate.edu/host/. Proposals are due April 1, 2020 and should be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Proposers should be members of the Association for Writing Across the Curriculum.
The 2020 WAC Summer Institute will take place May 31 - June 3, 2020 (prior to the IWAC Conference), at Colorado State University.
The IWAC 2020 conference is now accepting proposals for sessions, workshops, and individual presentations.
The IWAC 2020 conference theme is "Celebrating Successes, Recognizing Challenges, Inviting Critique and Innovation." The call is now available. Proposals will be accepted this fall.
The IWAC Conference Directors group voted to affiliate with the newly formed Association for Writing Across the Curriculum (AWAC). AWAC, which is seeking official status as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, will serve as the home for the conference, which has existed as an informal organization for more than 25 years.
Colorado State University has been selected as host of IWAC 2020. The conference will be directed by Mike Palmquist and supported by a large group of colleagues from the WAC community.