2017-18 Writing Across the Curriculum
Call for Applications
Harriet W. Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning
The Writing Across the Curriculum Faculty Seminar provides support for faculty to (re)design, develop, and teach a course that supports writing in their discipline. The program combines a Sheridan seminar on writing pedagogy and course design with a supportive peer community, individual consultation and feedback, and an opportunity to share course and student successes. Seminar size is limited to allow for hands-on opportunities, individual support, and the development of a teaching and learning community. Participants may choose to co-design a course with a graduate or undergraduate student, or an undergraduate writing fellow.
- April 7-May 5, 2017: One-hour individual consultation
- April 25, 2017; 12-1:30 pm: Luncheon and workshop
- May 24-25, 2017: Intensive two-day Sheridan course development seminar
- Spring 2018: Participant course offered; Formative feedback collected
- March 2018: Cohort luncheon
- May 2018: Reception and presentations
- Attendance at 2017 seminar meetings and consultations, and Spring 2018 presentations
- Development or redesign of a course that supports student writing and submission for CCC approval
- Instruction of the course in Spring 2018
- Collection of formative feedback from students in Spring 2018 and engagement with assessment of the program
- $2,000 grant for graduate or undergraduate student co-designer support, or other course development costs
- Priority Writing Fellow assignment, if desired
Application Deadline: Space is limited. Please apply by March 3, 2017.
Participants will be selected from a range of disciplines.
Jessica Metzler, Ph.D.
Associate Director, Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning