Faculty across the disciplines interested in sharing and learning new strategies to improve student writing are encouraged to attend. New roundtable sessions will be added in upcoming semesters based on attendees' concerns.
For information, see the flyer here: WAC Pods are coming! These are discipline-specific WAC professional development groups which help faculty help each other in discussions of teaching writing in the disciplines.
For more information, attend the WAC Colloquium or watch the e-mail lists for updates. WAC is really more of an idea than anything else.
It's the idea that college students should not stop writing when they leave their freshman composition course. Rather, writing should play a role "across the curriculum," meaning in all courses and in all departments, throughout a student's college career.
The WAC Program provides resources to help integrate writing into the curriculum in every department and academic program at York College. We work to expand the role of writing in the General Education curriculum.
We support faculty in the development of Writing Intensive courses and we manage the process of designating courses as Writing Intensive. What can I find on the WAC website?
We have a great deal of valuable material available for students and faculty on this site. Students will be interested in:Lehman College is a senior liberal arts college in The City University of New York, founded in and offering more than 50 undergraduate majors and programs; over 40 graduate degree programs; 17 advanced certificates; and 11 doctoral programs in conjunction with the CUNY Graduate Center.
English Student Association (ESA) The student organization of The CUNY Graduate Center English Program. City University of New York.
She holds an MA from Appalachian State University. Contributing Writer, Writing Across the Curriculum at City Tech (Fall – Present). Writing Fellows Steve Bashkoff,Jaime Cleland, and Ronaldo Wilson, along with Writing Associates Silvia Rivero and Lori Wallach and Prof.
Andrea McArdle, presented "Adapting WAC/WID to the Law School Curriculum" at the Seventh National Writing Across the Curriculum Conference in St.
Louis. For more information about the Writing Across the Curriculum program at BCC contact the WAC coordinator Dr. Swan Kim. The Writing Center offers workshops in your classroom that need to scheduled two weeks in advance. Boylan. Ellen Belton [email protected] Corey Frost [email protected]@ashio-midori.com To access your course(s) on Blackboard, you need to login using your CUNYfirst username followed by @ashio-midori.com and your CUNYfirst password.