2019 IWCA/NCPTW Conference in Columbus, OH

Registration is now open for the 2019 International Writing Center Association/National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing Joint Conference. The event will take place October 16-19, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Columbus, OH.

Early bird registration rates are available through July 15th, and scholarship applications will be accepted through June 30th.

Please visit this page for additional information about this year’s conference, including hotel and travel information. 

To register for the conference and/or to submit a scholarship application, please visit the IWCA membership portal

2019 Summer Institute.

The 2019 IWCA Summer Institute will be held in Baltimore, MD. 


Upcoming Events

IWCA Conference

2019       October 16-19   Columbus, OH
2020       October 14-17   Vancouver, BC

Collaborative at CCCC

2019       March 13             Pittsburgh, PA
2020       March 25             Milwaukee, WI

IWCA Awards & Research Grant Recepients 

2018 Muriel Harris Outstanding Service Award

Michele Eodice, University of Oklahoma

2018 IWCA Outstanding Book/Major Work Award

R. Mark Hall, Around the Texts of Writing Center Work

2018 Best Article

Sue Mendelsohn,” ‘Raising Hell’: Literacy Instruction in Jim Crow America” in College English

For additional information about awards and nominees, please visit this page

2019 IWCA Research Grants

Ben Rafoth Grant
Anna Cairney, St John’s University, “The Writing Center Agency: An Editorial Paradigm in Support of Advanced Writers”

Research Grants
Andrea Rosso Efthymiou, Hofstra University, “Tutors as Undergraduate Researchers: Measuring the Impact of the Extended Work of Writing Center Tutors”

Marilee Brooks-Gillies, Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis, “Listening Across Experiences: A Cultural Rhetorics Approach to Understanding Power Dynamics within a University Writing Center”

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