All events are scheduled in McKinnon and Lakeside meeting rooms, unless otherwise noted. Times listed are in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). Registered attendees will receive a copy of the schedule with specific room assignments.

Sunday, June 19, 2022

4:00 PM Registration Opens (Moseley Center East Lobby)

5:30-6:00 PM Welcome Reception (Moseley Center East Lobby)

6:00 PM Dinner, with Opening Keynote by Laura Gonzales (University of Florida) – “Translating Writing Across Communities: Emerging Frameworks for Building Community-Accountable Writing Pedagogies through Multilingual Orientations”

Ryan Dippre, University of Maine; Lucie Dvorakova, University of Edinburgh; Alison Farrell, Maynooth University; Niamh Fortune, Maynooth University; Melissa Weresh, Drake University; and Nadya Yakovchuk, University of Surrey. “Writing Transitions Between Academic and Professional Settings”

Yvonne Earnshaw, University of Alabama at Birmingham. “Integrating Service Learning into a Fully Online Program”

Caroline J. Ketcham, Elon University. “Ableism in Academia: Looking at Equity and Inclusion from a Disability Lens”

Andrew Hoogendyk Yim, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. “How Multilingual and Second Language (L2) Students’ Self-Sponsored and Everyday Practices Affect Their Writing Development Inside and Outside a First-Year Writing Academic Classroom”

Sabrina L. Thurman and Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler, Elon University. “Adaptive, Affirming, and Resilient Approaches to Mentoring Undergraduate Research”

Monday, June 20, 2022

7:15-8:15 AM Breakfast

8:00 AM Conference Announcements

A1.a Paula Rosinski, Elon University. “Strategies for Designing Inclusive Writing Assignments” (8:30-9:00 AM) (Cancelled)

A1.b Omar Ahmed Yacoub and Dana Lynn Driscoll, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. “Threshold Genres: A 10-year Exploration of a Medical Writer’s Development and Social Apprenticeship through the Patient SOAP Note” (9:00-9:30 AM Now starting at 8:30 AM)

A2. D. Alexis Hart, Allegheny College; Íde O’Sullivan, University of Limerick; Anna V. Knutson, Workday; Yogesh Sinha, University of Buraimi; Kathleen Yancey, Florida State University; and Ashley J. Holmes, Georgia State University. ”Map/Interview/Re-Map: Using Multiple Forms of Representation to Uncover Students Writing Lives Within and Beyond the University”

A3. Cara Lucia, Elon University; Shaina Dabbs, Elon University; Mimi Benjamin, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; and Mark Cryan, Elon University. “Why Living in a Sport Management Learning Community Matters”

B1.a Charles McMartin, University of Arizona. “Professional Belonging and Engaged Pedagogy in Community Writing Programs” (9:45-10:15)

B1.b Devon Almond, Wilkes University. “Engaged Learning Through an Ecological Curriculum for Lifework” (10:15-10:45)

B2. Travis Maynard, Julia Bleakney, Li Li, Heather Lindenman, Jessie Moore, and Paula Rosinski, Elon University. “Understanding Alumni Writing Experiences in the United States”

B3. Maria T. Gallardo-Williams and Diane D. Chapman, North Carolina State University. “Supporting SoTL at the Institutional Level: Turning Teaching into Writing Beyond the University”

B4. Jessica Merricks, Elon University. “Empowering a STEM-Literate Citizenry Through Inclusive Writing Opportunities”

C1.a Danielle L. Lake, Wen Guo, and Mason Connoly, Elon University. “Decolonizing Teaching and Learning through Design Thinking Pedagogies: Opportunities and Challenges” (11:00-11:30)

C1.b Janet Bean, University of Akron. “Who’s Afraid of Reflective Writing?” (11:30-12:00)

C2. Michael-John DePalma, Baylor University; Michelle Eady, University of Wollongong, Australia; Kara Taczak, University of Denver; and Ina Alexandra Machura, Siegen University, Germany. “Connecting Work-Integrated Learning and Writing Transfer: Possibilities and Promise for Writing Studies”

C3. Aaron Trocki, Elon University. “Multimodal Writing as Engaged Learning in STEM” (Workshop)

12:00-1:00 PM Lunch (12:30 PM Conference Announcements)

D1. Peter G. Fields, University of South Florida. “Student-Athletes’ Connection to Writing Knowledge Transfer”

D2. Amy Allocco, Jessie L. Moore, and Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler, Elon University. “Mentoring in Context: The Potential of a Constellation Model”

D3. Morgan Gresham, University of South Florida St. Petersburg. “Meet The Principles: AAEEBL’s Task Force on Digital Ethics in ePortfolios” (Workshop)

E1. Jennifer Kaye Reid, Marquette University; Dana Lynn Driscoll, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Andrea Rosso Efthymiou, Hofstra University; Heather Lindenman, Elon University; and Matthew Pavesich, Johns Hopkins University. “Writing for Life: How Adults Use Self-Sponsored Writing to Establish Identity and to Preserve Memory”

E2. Stephen C. Ehrmann. “Large-scale Student Engagement in Learning? It All Depends”

E3. Sarah Eliza Stanlick and Courtney Brooke Kurlanska, Worcester Polytechnic Institute. “Engaging and Empowering Students as Co-Creators of Knowledge with Open Educational Resources (OERs)”

3:30-4:30 PM Closing Keynote by Isis Artze-Vega (Valencia College) and Oscar Miranda Tapia (Elon University) – “Latinx Perspectives on Relationship Rich Education”