Tobi Jacobi gave a presentation on developing self-care strategies for volunteers working in jail/prison writing programs at recent workshop on “Innovations in Prison” sponsored by UCLA and the UK Economic and Social Research Council.
Adam Mackie presented “Encouraging Equity in Youth Camps: Writing for Change and Saving Our Stories” at the National Writing Project’s Annual Meeting in Boston, MA on Nov. 21, 2013.
Mike Palmquist’s article, “What We Really Value: Redefining Scholarly Engagement in Tenure and Promotion Protocols,” which he co-authored with Michael Day, Susan Delagrange, Michael Pemberton, and Janice Walker, appears in the most recent edition of College Composition and Communication.
Mike’s work with the WAC Clearinghouse (now in its seventeenth year of operation and home to more than 50 scholarly books and six academic journals) was recently profiled in Inside Higher Education by blogger and librarian Barbara Fister (see http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/library-babel-fish/bypassing-sustainability-test).
Last month, Mike presented an invited talk at Arizona State University. The subject and title of the talk was MultiModalDigitalVisualRhetoric.
Todd Mitchell will be presenting two sessions on writing fiction at this weekend’s Northern Colorado Writers Conference (Andrew McCarthy, star of such classic 80’s films as Pretty in Pink, St. Elmo’s Fire, Mannequin, and Weekend at Bernie’s will also be there).
Tricia Lincoln and Tobi Jacobi presented a talk (“Transforming the CSU Writing Center: Anticipating an International Campus by 2020”) at the Morgan Library November Master Teacher Initiative on Wednesday, November 28 2012.