My colleagues Dawn Fels, Maggie Herb, Lila Naydan, and I have been asked to innagurate the Writing Center Journal's blog community series. We're writing about the working continditions of contingent writing center employees weekly during the month of February, 2016.
First of all, I want to thank Justin and all the folks in the Colorado Wyoming Writing Tutor Conference for their excellent job in organizing the conference this year. The workshop sessions yesterday were evocative and gave me a lot to think about. I’m looking forward to the sessions today.
Secondly, out on a table near registration you will find stickers [hold up stickers] and buttons [show off button] for the National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing and International Writing Centers Association joint conference in Columbus, Ohio held from October 16th to the 19th next fall. I encourage you all to adapt your presentations here at TutorCon or propose new ones for that conference. Also, keep and eye out for travel grant opportunities, and don’t let he price tag deter you from proposing. Our region represents some of the most innovative writing center work in the world.
Finally, I bring greetings from the Rocky Mountain Writing Centers Association. It has been a banner year…