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In addition to community events like the annual University Writing and Research Conference, the University Writing Program (UWP) organizes workshops for faculty that promote teaching and research excellence on topics like course redesign and Institutional Review Board requirements.



University Writing Program News

Group of UWP faculty posing on a stone and brick balcony on the Mount Vernon Campus during the June 2024 Faculty Writing Retreat

UWP Hosts Third GW Faculty Writing Retreat on the Mount Vernon Campus

Each day, approximately 80 GW faculty from all across the university gathered in Post Hall on the Mount Vernon campus (the UWP's home) to discuss their scholarship, talk through challenges in their research, build community, and, most of all, write. 

left to right, Dr. Jameta Barlow and Dr. Danika Meyers.

UWP Professors Recognized for Teaching, Service

Professors Jameta Barlow and Danika Myers were recognized for their excellence in teaching and mentoring at the CCAS celebrations this past weekend.

Spark: A 4C4Equality Journal

Identity and Activism: A Candid and Vulnerable Conversation with Nabila Hijazi

UWP Teaching Assistant Professor of Writing, Nabila Hijazi, was interviewed by Spark as part of a scholar-activist project.

Spring 2024 UWP Professor Awards

Professors Mantler, Smith Win Book Awards

Two UWP professors recently won awards for their books published in 2023.

 Esha Devjani presents on Textile Research Day with her slideshow showing Lia Cook’s Work.

A New UW1020 Course Open Doors to the Textile Museum

First-year students in Dr. Rachel Pollack’s course, Art and The History of Textiles dazzled with their presentations on Textile Research Day.

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