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Writing Across Institutions (WAI) 2020

While the face-to-face WAI Conference had to be canceled due to COVID-19, we enjoyed a virtual RISE session with Dr. Davonna Thomas and Ashley Ess from Coastal Carolina Community College. Their presentation, which addressed the transition center and the co-requisite course, can be viewed below. You can also read our notes from the session here.

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Writing Across Institutions (WAI) 2020: Registration Open

Please join us for the 12th annual Writing Across Institutions Conference on Appalachian's campus on Friday, April 3, from 9-4.  We'll share WAC ...

WAC Spotlight: Travis Rountree

Travis A. Rountree is now an assistant professor in the English Department at Western Carolina University where he’s happy to be back home in the mo...

WAC Spotlight: Lauren Coldiron

Lauren Coldiron is currently pursuing a PhD in English from Old Dominion University. Her area of research involves how we integrate digital media...

Black Sheep Theatre Announces the World Premiere of The World Serious

Is time a wave or a particle? Is the future closer than you think? Is the end of the world near? Can a hero be a terrorist? Did Schrödinger kill any ...

WAC Spotlight: Katelyn Stark

Former Graduate Assistant for AppState's Writing Across the Curriculum Program, Katelyn Stark is currently a PhD Candidate in Rhetoric and Compos...

Original Performances by Dennis Bohr and Georgia Rhoades

Dennis Bohr and Georgia Rhoades presented at the Great Writing Conference in London at Imperial College in July.  They offered performances of or...