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WPAs Share Responsibility to Advocate for Racial Justice
Current CWPA President Mark Blaauw-Hara shares thoughts on racial justice and the roles WPAs can play. Text is in the video description.
The CWPA Officers and Executive Board wish you the best in these challenging times. Stay safe.
The Research Grants Committee (RGC) of the Council of Writing Program Administrators (CWPA) invites proposals for research projects that investigate issues and practices in writing program administration. We encourage proposals that explore research on the issues that are most pressing to writing program administrators, which include but are not limited to those identified by the editors of WPA Writing Program Administration.
Council of Writing Program Administrators Call for Proposals to the 2022 MLA Convention in Washington, D.C., January 6-9, 2022
Each year, as an allied organization, the Council of Writing Program Administrators hosts a guaranteed session at the Modern Language Association (MLA) convention. The MLA’s presidential theme for the 2022 convention is Multilingual US. The CWPA Liaison Committee and Mark Blaauw-Hara, CWPA’s President, invite proposals for the CWPA’s guaranteed session. Particularly in pandemic times, we are about flexibility to accommodate proposals that line up with your work, and so we encourage you to submit any of the following types of proposals that are detailed in this news article.
CWPA is currently seeking nominations for a Vice President and three members of the Executive Board.
The annual CADE conference will be held online this year and will feature the excellent plenary speakers Drs. Jessica Brathwaite and April Baker-Bell. If you're interested in developmental education and antiracist approaches, you might take a look!