Each January Bucknell invites a nationally-known presenter or presenters to lead an interactive faculty development workshop addressing issues pertaining to writing across the curriculum at Bucknell.

Co-sponsored by the Writing Program and the Teaching & Learning Center.

Labor-Based Grading Contracts in Writing Intensive Classrooms as Social Justice Projects (January 2018)

Asao B. Inoue, Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences and Director of University Writing and the Writing Center, University of Washington Tacoma

Recent Workshop Topics

January workshop and discussion topics in recent years have included:

  • "Engaged Reading" January 2017
  • "Reading and Writing Visual Arguments" January 2016
  • "Multilingual Writers across the Curriculum" January 2015
  • "Anti-Racism in the Classroom: Effective Writing Pedagogies for White Students" January 2014
  • "Teaching and Assessing Writing in the Disciplines" January 2013
  • "Toward Total Engagement: How Writing Can Motivate Students and Deepen Learning," and "Responding to Students' Writing: New ideas, New Media" January 2012
  • "Teaching Writing in STEM Courses"  January 2011
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