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Across the Disciplines New Issue!

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The editors of Across The Disciplines are pleased to announce the publication of a special issue on “WAC, WID, ECAC, CAC, CXC, LAC VAC? Incorporating the Visual into Writing / Electronic / Communication / Learning Across the Curriculum,” guest-edited by Joan Mullin (University of Texas at Austin). We invite you to visit the journal and read these articles at our Web site (hosted by the WAC Clearinghouse) at .

“This special issue explores the use of visuals to teach, to construct knowledge, and to deconstruct knowledge; specific disciplinary expectations concerning visuals as end products/forms of communication; the production, changes and/or effects visual technologies (from paper to screen) have had on our field; the intersections between/among visual/written/spoken pedagogies and productions across disciplines/interdisciplines; ways in which brain activity dedicated to writing intersects/affects/changes visual production.”

Tenure-track position in Creative Nonfiction at Georgia Southern University

University System of Georgia

Assistant Professor, Creative Nonfiction
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences / Department of Writing and Linguistics

The Department of Writing and Linguistics in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at Georgia Southern invites nominations and applications for the position of tenure-track assistant professor of creative nonfiction. Georgia Southern University, a member institution of the University System of Georgia, is the largest and most comprehensive center of higher education in the southern half of the state. Georgia Southern’s hallmark, as a residential university serving more than 16,000 students, is a superior undergraduate experience emphasizing academic distinction, excellent teaching, and student success. Founded in 1906, the University offers 120 degree programs at the baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral levels through seven colleges. The 675-acre campus is located in Statesboro, a community of approximately 30,000 residents, 50 miles northwest of historic Savannah and 200 miles southeast of Atlanta.

Tenure-Track Position in Technical and Professional Writing

The Department of Writing and Linguistics at Georgia Southern University is a stand-alone writing department with a wonderful cohort of colleagues! I'm happy to answer any questions: email me at

Technical and Professional Writing

The Department of Writing and Linguistics at Georgia Southern University ( seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor with Ph. D. with a specialization in technical and professional writing, scientific and technical communication, rhetoric and composition, or related field. Ph. D. required by starting date of position, Aug. 1, 2005. Dissertation in field, evidence of excellent teaching, a minimum of two years of college teaching, and teaching experience in computer classroom environments are required. Salary dependent upon qualifications.

Graduate Research Network 2004!

Graduate Research Network 2004!!

The 2004 Graduate Research Network (GRN) at Computers and Writing will meet from 9am to 4pm on June 10 in Iliahi 202 A, B, and C. The GRN is free to all registered conference participants. We have a wonderful bunch of people already signed on to discuss some fascinating work, as well as a host of incredible discussion leaders. See the online program at for a taste of what’s to come!

Even if you haven’t already signed up to participate, we welcome walk-in’s, so, if you want an exhilarating start for your C&W experience, come join us!! There will be both a morning and an afternoon session,; join us for one or both!


Graduate Research Network Online

Whether or not you are attending the Computers and Writing Conference in Hawai'i this year, you can still be a part of this exciting event! This year, the Graduate Research Network Online invites both face-to-face participants and anyone else interested or involved in research in computers and writing to attend Computers and Writing Online (see for more information). The following session is offered in conjunction with the Graduate Research Network (



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