The purpose of the PNWCA is to further the theoretical, practical, and political interests of writing center professionals, and to encourage dialogue about writing and learning among students, faculty and staff. Membership includes writing center staff from Alaska, British Columbia, Oregon, Washington and the Yukon.
Founded and affiliated with the International Writing Centers Association in 2004, the PNWCA and its officers truly wish to represent the needs unique to writing centers in our North American geographical region.
If you're a writing center professional from the region--and, yes, that includes writing tutors, consultants, assistants, and graduate teaching assistants--then we invite you to create an account, explore this site's resources, ask questions, and join conversations.
Below you will find links to the most recent announcements, posts, and news items below.
The Winter 2014 (Vol. 18, Iss. 4) Issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly, an independent double-blind-peer-reviewed print journal, is now accepting submissions for its special section on Writing Center Theory and Practice. Articles may explore issues of theory, practice, and experience in writing center work, including qualitative and empirical studies and discussions of pedagogy.
Writing Center Directors,
So, North Seattle Community College is on for hosting our next Director’s Day Out meeting (DDO) on Friday March 7 from 9 am – 4 pm. We’ll provide a continental breakfast in the morning and some light refreshments in the afternoon. I thought we could leave campus for lunch. There is a nice place right up the street called Saffron Grill that serves Indian and Mediterranean cuisine.
Wenatchee Valley College
Human Resources 1300 Fifth Street Wenatchee WA 98801-1799
Posted: January 15, 2014 Closes: Open until filled
All Qualified Applicants May Apply