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The mission of the Campus Writing Program is to invest in teaching with writing for learning across the curriculum.

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From the Campus Writing Program

Artifacts Journal

Artifacts is a refereed journal of undergraduate work in writing at The University of Missouri. The journal celebrates writing in all its forms by inviting student authors to submit projects composed across different genres and media.

Multilingual Writers

This website was set up as a campus-wide initiative, facilitated by the CWP, to support multilingual writing at the University of Missouri. The information contained here includes campus writing resources, recommended teaching practices to support ESL/Multilingual writing, and writing resources for all students.

Teaching with Writing

Through this blog we seek to further the mission of the MU Campus Writing Program by offering a resource that supports faculty using “writing-to-learn” and “learning-to-write” principles in their classroom teaching.


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National Day on Writing 2019

The National Day on Writing (NDOW) was established by the National Council of Teachers of English nine years ago to celebrate writing and literacy. Follow the national conversation on the #WhyIWrite hashtag. Join us for a fun day to celebrate…

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2018-2019 Writing Intensive Teaching Award Winners

Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Writing Intensive Teaching Excellence Award Winners! Win Horner Award for Innovative Writing Intensive Teaching Deanna Sharpe, Personal Financial Planning   Writing Intensive Excellence Award Hye Jeong Choi, Health…

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Developing Inclusive Approaches to Russian Civilization Courses

In our small Russian Studies program we teach a number of courses that serve the larger campus community. Two such courses make up a two-semester large-lecture Writing Intensive “Russian Civilization” sequence. I have taught both semesters of this course for…

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