As an encore performance, the CCCC Committee on the Status of Graduate Students (SOGS) and WPA-GO are co-sponsoring Mentoring @ Cs (M@Cs) in Houston, Texas! We welcome mentees and mentors with a wide range of interests within rhetoric and composition. Mentors and mentees will meet at the conference to chat over free food and drinks (at an evening social and/or a light breakfast) and/or attend a session of mutual interest.
Billie Hara of TCU and I will be blogging on behalf of McGraw-Hill's Teaching Basic Writing Blog and want to invite all of you to stop by and participate--especially if you won't be able to make it to the conference in person. We will be reporting on workshops, sessions, presentations and other official gatherings at the C's with the idea of making the conference more accessible to all English faculty.