The University Writing Program (UWP) at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C., seeks applicants for a Teaching Assistant Professor in STEM and Multilingual Writing (non-tenure accruing) to begin as early as Fall 2020.
To apply online, go here. Review of applications to begin December 2, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. Questions about the position may be directed to Professor Wade Fletcher, Chair of the Search Committee.
Canadian Writing Centre Review/La revue Canadienne des centres de rédaction (CWCR/RCCR) is a publication of CWCA/ACCR, designed to chronicle narratives of writing mentorship in Canada and to facilitate scholarly exchange. CWCR/RCCR is a professional periodical in blog format for scholarly writing on writing centre theory, pedagogy, administration, histories, and stories specific to Canadian contexts of writing mentorship outside of for-credit courses across educational contexts. It’s a place where writing centre administrators, instructors, peer tutors, and student writers discuss and document their scholarly work, collectively creating an account of the current activity of the diverse Canadian writing centre community that captures the places, people, and contexts shaping writing centre developments.
Full information can be found here.
The Royal Military College of Canada is looking for a Chair for their Writing Centre. Full details can be found here. Applications due December 13, 2019.
IFAW (Israel Forum for Academic Writing) announces its 4th International Conference on Academic Writing.
Theme: Blurring the Lines: Academic, Professional, and Popular Writing
Date: July 6–7, 2020
Conference Venue: The MOFET Institute, 13 Shoshana Pershitz Street, Tel Aviv, Israel
Presentations can be given in English, Hebrew, or Arabic. More information about the conference (e.g., call for papers, registration, accommodations) can be found here.
Questions can be sent here.