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Summer 2021 Writing Retreat

Join us for the Summer 2021 Writing Retreat at Bradford Farm!

Congratulations to Keisha Avery for being chosen as a member of Mizzou 18

Congratulations to Keisha Avery, Campus Writing Program Graduate Research Assistant, for being chosen as a member of Mizzou 18.  This award is sponsored by the Mizzou Alumni Association Student Board. The reveal of the 2021 members took place at 6:39pm on…

Publication Announcement

Congratulations to Dr. Julie Birt, CWP Coordinator, and co-authors, Mojtaba Khajeloo, Elizabeth M. Kenderes, Marcelle A. Siegel, Hai Nguyen, Linh T. Ngo, Bethany R. Mordhorst and Keala Cummings, for a recently published paper in the International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education.

Call For Nominations 2021 WI Teaching Excellence Awards

The Writing Intensive Teaching Awards recognize outstanding WI teaching.  Nominations will be accepted until May 1, 2021.

Artifacts Summer 2021 Edition Call For Submissions

The Artifacts Journal for Undergraduate Writing is accepting submissions for the Summer 2021 edition.  Media compositions that may include video, audio, podcasts, photos as well as the traditional essay are encouraged.      …

A message from CWP Director, Dr. Amy Lannin

We are days away from the end of 2020. What a year it has been.  When we look for the good parts of this year, one highlight is the commitment shown to support student learning.  Teaching with writing is difficult,…

Remembering Dr. Michael J. Budds, Curators’ Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus, Musicology

The Campus Writing Program is saddened to hear of Dr. Michael Budds’ passing on November 19, 2020. Dr. Budds was a long-time WI instructor and supporter. He served multiple terms on the Campus Writing Board, beginning in 2000, and he…

(Book Review) Reach Everyone, Teach Everyone by Thomas J. Tobin and Kirsten T. Behling

With the recent move to online learning, Tobin and Behling’s Universal Design for Learning (UDL) book is timely advice and evidence-based strategies on how we can all adopt a “plus-one” teaching approach so all students can find success in our courses. To contradict…

(Book Review) Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto by Kevin Gannon

In his trademark authentic style, Kevin Gannon’s Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto is half treatise and half pedagogical guide. The early chapters slowly build up to a crescendo in Chapter 8 titled “Pedagogy is Not a Weapon,” and throughout the text,…

A message from Dr. Jim Spain, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies and e-Learning

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