Monday, June 24, 2013

6:15-7:15 PM: Reception (McKinnon Hall, Moseley Campus Center)

7:15 PM – : Dinner on Your Own

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

7:00-8:15 AM:  Breakfast (McKinnon Hall, Moseley Campus Center)

8:30-9:30 AM:  Opening Plenary: Etienne Wenger (KOBC 101)

A.1 Linguistics and Transfer Studies

  • Cancelled: Christiane Donahue, Dartmouth College, Linguistics insights into writing knowledge and “transfer”
  • Zak Lancaster, Wake Forest University, Uses of Text Analysis in Writing Transfer Research: Investigating Patterns of Stance in Student Writing Across Disciplines
  • Added: Paula Rosinski, Elon University, Authentic Writing Contexts & Metacognition: Encouraging Transfer of Rhetorical Knowledge Between Self-Sponsored Digital Writing & Academic Writing

A.2 The Writing Transfer Project: A Multi-Institutional Study Investigating Writing about Writing, Reflection, and Transfer of Learning

  • Dana Driscoll, Oakland University
  • Carol Hayes, George Washington University
  • Ed Jones, Seton Hall University
  • Gwen Gorzelsky, Wayne State University
  • Jennifer Wells, Florida State University

A.3 Theories and evidence for the study of classroom-to-workplace transitions

  • Rebecca Pope-Ruark, Elon University
  • Stuart Blythe, Michigan State University
  • Madeleine Sorapure, University of California, Santa Barbara

B.1 Personal Connections and Future Applications: Implications for Transfer from The Meaningful Writing Project

  • Anne Ellen Geller, St. John’s University
  • Neal Lerner, Northeastern University
  • Michele Eodice, University of Oklahoma

B.2 Transfer across Domains

  • Heather Lindenman, University of Maryland, Extending Transfer Across Domains: Personal, Extracurricular, and Professional
  • Stephanie White, University of Wisconsin-Madison, “I stopped writing for myself”: Student perspectives on transfer of rhetorical knowledge from community-engaged writing courses
  • Graham Smart and Jennifer Gilbert, Carelton University, Revisiting the Question of Writing Transfer: Tales from the Workplace

B.3 Reflection and Metacognition

  • Dawn Opel, Arizona State University, Space for Reflection on Transfer: Metacognition and Recontextualization in First Year Composition Curricula at Arizona State University
  • Janet Bean, University of Akron, Metacognition and Misguided Strategies: What We Learned about Student Reflection from a Large-Scale Assessment of First year Composition Portfolios

12:30-1:30 PM:  Lunch (McKinnon Hall, Moseley Campus Center)

C.1 Exploring the (Im)Possibility of Transfer within/across Programs (Roundtable)

  • Debarati Dutta, University of North Carolina – Charlotte
  • Beth Caruso, University of North Carolina – Charlotte
  • Anthony Borrero, University of North Carolina – Charlotte

C.2 Transfer and the Work of Identity: Considering the Role of Social Identity in Moments of Critical Transition

  • Elizabeth Wardle, University of Central Florida
  • Sergio Casillas, University of Washington
  • Kevin Roozen, Auburn University

C.3 The Dynamic Transfer of Writing Competencies: An Examination of FYC and WID Environments

  • Carl Whithaus, University of California, Davis
  • Hogan Hayes, University of California, Davis

D.1 Make Way for Transfer: Supporting the Transfer of Writing Skills by Examining Students’ Dispositions in the First-Year Writing Classroom (Roundtable)

  • Leah Chambers, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
  • Rich Lane, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
  • Chris McCarrick, Clarion University of Pennsylvania

D.2 Locating Support for Writing Transfer across the Curriculum

  • Tracy Ann Morse, East Carolina University
  • Wendy Sharer, East Carolina University
  • Nikki Caswell, East Carolina University

D.3 Second Language Writers and Critical Transitions

  • Youmie J. Kim, Arizona State University, Conceptualizations of Academic Writing in ESL Textbooks
  • Gita DasBender, Seton Hall University, Troublesome Knowledge in the L2 Writing Class: Multilingual Students Respond to the Challenge of Writing with Sources
  • Matthew Hammill, Arizona State University, Intensive English Programs and First Year Writing: A Critical Transition

E.1 Empowered Empathetic Encounters: Building International Collaborations in Support of a Multi-Institutional Research Agenda in Writing Transfer (Roundtable) – Cancelled

  • Cecilia Dube, University of Johannesburg
  • Sandy Kane, University of Johannesburg
  • Alison Farrell, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
  • Steven Salchak, George Washington University

E.2 Genre and Transfer

  • Katie Yankura, Purdue University, “It’s so frustrating!” Affect, genre, and transformation in the first-year composition classroom
  • Kathryn Pieplow, University of Colorado – Boulder, The “9”: Transfer Through Genre Analysis in the Writing Classroom

E.3 A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Mapping Students’ and Teachers’ Expectations of Writing Classroom Design

  • Susan Miller-Cochran, North Carolina State University
  • Dana Gierdowski, North Carolina State University

Poster Presenters

  • Patrick Bahls, University of North Carolina – Asheville
  • Kevin Eric DePew, Old Dominion University
  • Karen Forgette and Guy Krueger, University of Mississippi
  • Regina Clemens Fox, Oklahoma City University
  • Adrienne Jankens, Wayne State University
  • Joseph Paszek, Wayne State University
  • Lisa Tremain, University of California, Santa Barbara

7:00-8:30 PM:  Dinner and Plenary: Elon Statement on Writing Transfer – Working Draft (McKinnon Hall, Moseley Campus Center)

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

7:00-8:15 AM:  Breakfast (McKinnon Hall, Moseley Campus Center)

F.1 The Role of Students’ Attitudes Towards Second/Foreign Language Writing and the Question of Transfer

  • Scott Chiu, Michigan State University
  • Stacey Cozart, Aarhus Universitet
  • Gitte Wichmann-Hansen, Aarhus Universitet
  • Ketevan Kupatadze, Elon University

F.2 Meta Matters about Expectations in Writing, Teaching, and Learning

  • Carmen Werder, Western Washington University
  • Donna Qualley, Western Washington University

G.1 Genre Knowledge and Transfer

  • Rebecca Nowacek, Marquette University, Genre knowledge and “transfer talk” in the writing center: Findings from a pilot study
  • Mary Goldschmidt, The College of New Jersey, What Do Students Learn as They Learn a Disciplinary Genre?  Dialogue, Socio-Rhetorical Doing, and Disciplinary Enculturation.
  • Daniel Kenzie, Purdue University, Transfer and Genre Talk in the Writing Center

G.2 Two-Year Colleges and Transfer

  • Michael Kapper, Terra Community College, Transfer of Writing Knowledge from Developmental Writing to First-Year Composition: A Study of Change in Developmental Curriculum
  • Richard Matzen, Woodbury University, Stakeholders and Writing Quality: FYC Courses Transferring from California Community Colleges to a Private California University
  • Kurt Neumann, Harper College, Assessment Tools and Writing Transfer

H.1 Genre Theory and Writing Transfer:  Making a Case for the Multi-Tiered, Vertical Writing Program Structure (Round Table)

  • Alexis Poe-Davis, Mount Olive College
  • Keely Byars-Nichols, Mount Olive College
  • Deborah Welsh, Mount Olive College

H.2 Student Drafting Behaviors, Transformative Learning Theory, and Critical Literacy

  • Diane Boyd, Furman University, Increasing Student Drafting Behaviors in and Beyond the First Year Seminar
  • Ashley Holmes, Georgia State University, Writing Transfer and Risk: Insights from Transformative Learning Theory
  • Anne Schnarr, University of California, Riverside, The Fragmented Purpose of College Composition Instruction: Transferable Skills, Critical Literacy, or Both?

H.3 Transitioning from High School to College: A Global Perspective

  • Cecilia Dube, University of Johannesburg
  • Sandy Kane, University of Johannesburg
  • Alison Farrell, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
  • Steven Salchak, George Washington University

12:30-1:30 PM:  Lunch (McKinnon Hall, Moseley Campus Center)

I.1 Writing and Learning in General Education (Roundtable)

  • Linda Adler-Kassner, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Irene Clark, California State University, Northridge
  • Liane Robertson, William Paterson University
  • Kara Taczak, University of Denver
  • Kathleen Blake Yancey, Florida State University

I.2 Writing Transfer and the State Comprehensive University

  • Emily Isaacs, Montclair State University
  • Tara Lockhart, San Francisco State University
  • Bradley Dilger, Western Illinois University
  • Neil Baird, Western Illinois University

3:00-4:00 PM: Closing Plenary: Graham Smart (KOBC 101)