>Do you work with a writing center in administering your tech writing WAC
>are you interested in learning more about writing centers? We
>you to submit a proposal to present or just join us for the conference
>Geoffrey A. Cross
>Professor of English
>Department of English
>University of Louisville
>Louisville, KY 40292
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>The University of Louisville announces the fifth biennial Thomas R.
>Watson Conference in Rhetoric and Composition. "Writing at the
>Center" will be held October 7-9, 2004 at the University of
>We encourage composition scholars to consider the relationships among
>writing programs as well as how literacy sponsors, students, teachers,
>tutors, and administrators view writing programs. We invite proposals
>for individual presentations or panels that consider some aspect of
>conference theme. Participants might explore any number of avenues,
>including but not limited to:
>How might we envision more cooperative relationships among writing
>In what ways are literacy sponsors involved with writing programs?
>What are their priorities for writing programs?
>How can we best promote student agency?
>How do peer tutors/students view our programs?
>Why have we become concerned with preserving our histories?
>How do we see our history at this moment?
>Proposals are due February 15, 2004. Please visit the conference
>website at http://www.louisville.edu/a-s/english/watson or call
>502.852.1252 for additional information.
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