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Writing Programs is located on the first floor of Ross-Blakley Hall Feel free to stop by or call the office (480-965-3853). You can also contact members of the administrative team by email.
Adelheid Thieme, Ph.D.
Associate Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Director, email@example.com
Paul Kei Matsuda, Ph.D., Professor of English
Director of Second Language Writing, firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Director of Second Language Writing, Khkato@asu.edu
Assistant Director of Second Language Writing, email@example.com
Past Associate Director of Second Language Writing, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Hannah, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English
Coordinator of Professional Writing, Mark.Hannah@asu.edu
Karen Dwyer, Ph.D., Lecturer
Co-coordinator of Stretch Writing, Karen.Dwyer@asu.edu
Susan N. Bernstein, Ph.D., Lecturer
Co-coordinator of Stretch Writing, Susan.N.Bernstein@asu.edu
ASU Writing Centers are excellent resources for students. As a general rule, students who make a habit of visiting a writing center multiple times a semester have higher retention into their sophomore and junior years.
The ASU Composition Conference is held annually. Presentation Proposals are usually due by mid-January, and the Conference is normally held in the second half of February or first week of March.
Important Dates and Deadlines for 2018 ASU Composition Conference
Conference Date: Saturday, February 24, 2018
Proposals due: January 16, 2018
Notification of Acceptance: January 30, 2017
Teaching Award Submissions: February 11, 2018
Registration: January 4 - February 17, 2018
Chairing a Session: February 17, 2018
Questions? Please email Dr. Adelheid Thieme: email@example.com
National Day on Writing at ASU Writing Programs
The National Day on Writing is an initiative of the National Council of Teachers of English, an organization for professionals at all levels, kindergarten through college. NDoW was established “to draw attention to the remarkable variety of writing we engage in, and to help writers from all walks of life recognize how important writing is to their lives.” As part of an effort to make the work of Writing Programs visible to the rest of the campus and beyond, NDoW gives us an occasion to engage the rest of the campus in thinking and talking about writing.