Weekly Round-Up: October 16-22

UPCOMING EVENTS

Be sure to check out the 24th Annual Latin American Film Festival! Free screenings in SAC throughout October and November
http://louisville.edu/spanish/film-festival 

Monday, October 16th   

Graduate Student Writing Group – 6pm – University Writing Center

Seminar: “Bible is Fact: Through the Viewpoint of Science” – 7:30pm – Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium
http://events.louisville.edu/event/bible_is_fact_through_the_viewpoint_of_science#.WeE31BNSyRs

Tuesday, October 17th  

The Importance of a Free Press: The Story of a Journalist in Exile – 11am – 12noon in Ekstrom W203
http://events.louisville.edu/event/the_importance_of_a_free_press_the_story_of_a_journalist_in_exile#.WeE3hBNSyRs

English Graduate Student Pre-Planning Conversation on Graduate Student Sustainability, Equity, and Inclusivity – 12:15pm – 1:30pm in the Cultural Center Multi-Purpose Room

Zachary Drucker: Transparent: Trans Visibility – 6pm – 8pm in the Speed Cinema – a conversation about the challenges, promise, and advances of transgender visibility in contemporary media
http://events.louisville.edu/event/zachary_drucker_transparent_trans_visibility#.WeE4LxNSyRs

Wednesday, October 18th

AAUW Interest Meeting – 12noon in Ekstrom 117A – an interest meeting about potentially starting a UofL chapter of the American Association of University Women
http://events.louisville.edu/event/aauw_at_uofl_interest_meeting_2250#.WeE46hNSyRs

SafeZones Training – 12pm – 1:30pm in Ekstrom Library Chao Auditorium – learn to be an active advocate for LGBT members of the University of Louisville community. Free, no pre-registration required. Note: this session is geared for students. There will be a faculty/staff geared session in November
http://louisville.edu/lgbt/programs-1/safe-zones-project-1

Poet Ed Segal presents “Heritage”: Poems on Biblical & Jewish Themes from 12noon – 1:15pm in Bingham 300
http://events.louisville.edu/event/poet_ed_segal_reads_discusses_heritage_poems_on_biblical_jewish_themes#.WeE5WRNSyRs

Thursday, October 19th

Conversation with English Faculty on Graduate Student Sustainability, Equity, and Inclusivity – 12:15pm – 2pm in Ekstrom 117A

Friday, October 20th

Informal Q&A with Arts and Sciences Dean Kimberly Leonard – 9am – 10am in the Shumaker Research Building Room 139 – get your questions and concerns addressed
http://events.louisville.edu/event/ask_the_as_dean#.WeE65hNSyRs

Discourse and Semiotics Workshop – Sabrina D’Souza from the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences presents on “Motherese” (child-directed speech used by adults) – 2pm – 3:30pm in Stevenson 409
http://events.louisville.edu/event/discourse_and_semiotics_workshop_2728#.WeE7TRNSyRs
Check out the Writing Center events calendar for upcoming writing events.

Check out the PLAN Workshops series through the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies for professional development workshop opportunities.

 

CALLS FOR PAPERS

Regularly updated CFP calendar with topics including rhetoric, composition, technology, and technical writing
https://tengrrl.com/cfp/

Call for Abstracts due November 17, 2017 – 40th Annual East Central Writing Center Association (ECWCA) Conference being held in March in Ohio. Specifically marketed as “graduate student friendly.” Conference theme is: Occupational Hazards: Writing Center Labor, Self-Care, and Reflection. http://ecwca.org/conference/current-cfp/

Call for Abstracts due December 15, 2017 – 2018 Symposium on Second Language Writing taking place August of 2018 in Vancouver, Canada. Theme is Multilingualism and Second Language Writing.
http://pmatsuda.net/proposals/openconf.php

SELF CARE ON CAMPUS

Need some quiet time? Consider registering for a silent mindfulness retreat taking place from 11am – 3:15pm on Saturday, November 18th in the Speed Art Museum. Cost – $5 includes lunch
https://louisville.edu/healthpromotion/services/mindfulness-meditation

 

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Weekly Round-Up: October 9 – 15

APPLICATIONS

GRADUATING THIS DECEMBER?
October 31st is the deadline to order apparel. Please visit the commencement web site for ceremony information, calendar of events, and to order your cap and gown. http://louisville.edu/commencement
November 14th is the deadline to complete an application for degree via ULink.  In order to be considered a degree candidate for Spring 2017, you must apply for your degree.
December 1st is the deadline for submitting the final copy of your Culminating Project or Dissertation (Courtney Kerr – clkerr01@louisville.edu for more info)

UPCOMING EVENTS

Monday October 9th and Tuesday October 10th
Mid-Term Break!

Wednesday, October 11th
3pm – EGO Board Meeting in Ekstrom 117A. All current graduate students are welcome to attend.
6pm – LGBTQ Creative Writing Group – practice your writing in a safe, supportive space. University Writing Center.

Thursday, October 12
11am – Informational Meeting on Applying to PhD Programs in Ekstrom W210. The Department Placement and Professionalization Committee is going to hold an informational meeting about applying to PhD programs. The meeting will cover issues of how to choose programs, write personal statements, select writing samples, request reference letters, and so on.

1pm-2pm – EGO Workshop on Long-Term Planning in Ekstrom 102. This workshop is geared especially for 1st year MA and 1st and 2nd year PhD students, but folks who are further along are also invited to share invaluable advice and experience. During this 1-hr workshop we’ll look at available online and paper resources, and get a big-picture sense of what happens when. Feel free to bring your laptop or your trusty planner; basic calendars and snacks will be provided. You’ll (hopefully) leave with a clearer picture of your time as a graduate student at UofL!

Saturday, October 14th
Homecoming Football Game against Boston College!

Sunday, October 15th
Making Future Matters – 2018 Watson Conference – responses to symposium keynote webtexts due. 300-500 word abstract. Please include title, description, media needs, your name, and email. Contact Mary P. Sheridan and Rick Wysocki for more information or with questions. You can expect our feedback within 2 weeks. Drafts of revised responses will be due 5 January, with the possibility of a quick revision.

 
Save the Date!
Thursday, October 19
Open Conversation on Graduate Student Sustainability, Inclusivity & Equity, 12:15 – 2:00 p.m., Ekstrom Library, 117 (The CLC)

Save the Date!
Tuesday, October 31
Halloween: Scary Stories & Open Mic Night, 7:00 p.m., Ekstrom Library, University Writing Center

Check out the Writing Center events calendar for upcoming writing events.
Check out the PLAN Workshop series through the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies for professional development workshop opportunities.


CALLS FOR PAPERS

Call for Papers – Popular Culture Association Conference DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 10th! This conference will take place in March in Indiana. The topic is “Virtual Identities and Self Promotion.” For more information, visit the website.

Call for Proposals – Deadline October 16th – 2018 Midwestern Winter Workshop hosted by Rhetoric @ IU. Applications from graduate students working on projects grounded
explicitly in rhetorical theory, rhetorical criticism, and/or histories of Rhetoric are invited. Rhetoric @ IU is a new program bringing together rhetoric scholars from both composition and communication studies. As such, this will be the first Midwestern Winter Workshop to bring communication and composition together to explore the full range of rhetoric. The workshop will take place at Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana, on Saturday, February 3rd, 2018. The day will culminate in small group workshops in which participants peer-review each other’s work while receiving additional feedback from distinguished faculty members. Registration is free of charge, and a light breakfast, lunch, and standing evening reception are provided. To apply, email a 200-250 word abstract to MWW2018@indiana.edu by October 16th, 2017. If accepted, full papers will be due by January 5th, 2018.

Call for Proposals – Deadline November 17th – 40th annual East Central Writing Centers’ Association (ECWCA) conference, Occupational Hazards: Writing Center Labor, Self-Care, and Reflection, hosted by The Ohio State University at Columbus, OH, March 23 – 25, 2018. This is a great opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students in the near Mid-West to showcase their research. https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__ecwca.org_conference_current-2Dcfp_&d=DwIFaQ&c=OAG1LQNACBDguGvBeNj18Swhr9TMTjS-x4O_KuapPgY&r=hKUkDLpoYx7WKdsDSvTZeyuDqQ9CU8SFQadmA8_Qwy0&m=Usz_RdyPu3L7ZhHeUxzSuB1wyyhjv_s2SUWjl11lsgI&s=j2rX892V_Zp9Pdduhx3KlhdJAuQ4n4COTfdIa18sOLo&e=

Call for Papers – Due December 1st – edited collection on Digital Ethics: Rhetoric and Responsibility in Online Aggression, Hate Speech, and Harassment. https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__about.illinoisstate.edu_digitalethics_pages_default.aspx&d=DwIFaQ&c=OAG1LQNACBDguGvBeNj18Swhr9TMTjS-x4O_KuapPgY&r=hKUkDLpoYx7WKdsDSvTZeyuDqQ9CU8SFQadmA8_Qwy0&m=0UNl5EF58fLh2VEQWNknIGsFXVeScmddQi1i0AznpGo&s=3sDe1dt47NuUnKgb-iSQXeLPX72A0cvih2q4TnIdecM&e= .

Call for Submissions – Due December 1st The University of Kentucky’s editorial collective of disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory is seeking submissions (manuscripts, book reviews, and artwork) for the 27th volume of the journal. The theme this year is “Archives,” broadly conceptualized. We’re looking for topics that include, but are in no way limited to, memory-work, institutions of memory, (post)colonialism and archives, race and archives, queer archives, archival practices, and archives and affect, among many others. http://uknowledge.uky.edu/disclosure/call_for_papers.pdf

 

SELF CARE ON CAMPUS

Wednesday, October 11th – Yoga for Better Sleep – 6:45-7:45pm SAC W09K
Free – no pre-registration required!

 

Weekly Round-Up: October 2 – 8

UPCOMING EVENTS

Monday, October 2
Graduate Student Writing Group Meeting
, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., Ekstrom Library, University Writing Center (First Floor)

  • Join The goal is to provide support, community, accountability, and feedback for graduate students working on research writing. Students can work on any project during the writing groups – seminar papers, journal articles, grant proposals, conference presentations, job letters, etc. Students from all disciplines and programs are welcome at the writing groups. For more information, visit the event page.

Volunteer Opportunity: Animal Welfare Committee Meeting, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m., ELSB Office (located in the back of the student involvement office)

  • Join the Engage Lead Serve Board’s Animal Welfare Committee on Mondays at 7 to learn about various animal rights’ issues and local service opportunities relating to the care of animals! For more information, visit the event page.

Tuesday, October 3
FREE FOOD!! Porter Mid-Term Breakfast
, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m., Cultural Center, MPR (120 E. Brandeis Ave.)

  • The Society of Porter Scholars is providing breakfast to students as they prepare for mid-terms. For more information, visit the event page.

Homecoming Event: 90s Trivia Night, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., Red Barn

  • This fun filled night will include some of your favorite board games from your childhood as well as pizza, and 90’s specific trivia! Grab your friends, make a team, and compete for points in the Homecoming spirit competition and a prize for the team who answers the most questions correctly. For more information, visit the event page.

Wednesday, October 4
PLAN Workshop: Strategies for Writing for Publication
, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m., Houchens 105

  • This workshop will cover the process of writing for publication. We will discuss the differences in writing for graduate courses and for publication, as well as approaches for turning research and seminar papers in to journal articles and conference presentations. We will also discuss the practical concerns of writing for publication, such as identifying an appropriate publication for your work, responding to reviewer comments, and revising your work for publication. For more information, go to the event page.

Homecoming Event: HSC Cookout, 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Health Sciences Campus

  • Show your Cardinal spirit by hanging out at our annual Homecoming Cookout! Donate $2 to the George Howe/Red Barn scholarship fund, and enjoy a full cookout. Enjoy a break from class while celebrating Homecoming 2017! For more information, go to the event page.

Thursday, October 5
Engaging Diverse Voices in Writing & Reading Roundtable Discussion
, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m., Ekstrom Library, University Writing Center (First Floor)

  • View the flyer for more information.

Check out the Writing Center Events Calendar for upcoming writing events.

Check out the PLAN Workshop series through the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies for professional development workshop opportunities.

Check out the UofL Events Calendar for upcoming events in the UofL community.

SAVE THE DATE

Thursday, October 12
Informational Meeting on Applying to PhD Programs
, 11:00 a.m., Ekstrom Library, W210

  • The Department Placement and Professionalization Committee is going to hold an informational meeting about applying to PhD programs. The meeting will cover issues of how to choose programs, write personal statements, select writing samples, request reference letters, and so on.

Thursday, October 19
Open Conversation on Graduate Student Sustainability, Inclusivity & Equity
, 12:15 – 2:00 p.m., Ekstrom Library, 117 (The CLC)

Tuesday, October 31
Halloween: Scary Stories & Open Mic Night
, 7:00 p.m., Ekstrom Library, University Writing Center (First Floor)

  • Join the University Writing Center and the White Squirrel Literary & Arts Magazine on Halloween for an evening of scary stories. This is an “open mic” event, so bring your favorite and original scary stories and poems to share. Costumes are welcome, and candy will be provided. There will also be a six-word scary story contest with a prize!

APPLICATIONS

Deadline October 15 – Call for Book Chapters

  • The book is The Things We Carry: Strategies for Recognizing & Negotiating Emotional Labor in Writing Program Administration. For more information, visit the GoogleDoc.

Deadline November 6 – Three-Minute Thesis Competition

  • Register now for this fun and useful competition! Graduate students who participate in 3MT develop vital skills for success in their career inside or outside academia, including presentation and research communication skills. By participating, graduate students have the opportunity to practice effectively explaining their research in language appropriate to a non-specialist audience. For more information, visit the event page.

CALLS FOR PAPERS

Deadline October 1 2018 Popular Culture Association Conference

  • This conference will take place in March in Indiana. The topic is “Virtual Identities and Self Promotion.” For more information, visit the website.

Deadline October 15 at midnight (CDT) 2018 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference

  • We invite abstracts for 20-minute papers from master’s or PhD students from any discipline on any medieval, Renaissance, or early modern topic in Europe, the Americas, or the Mediterranean world. The 2018 conference schedule will include workshops and presentations with rare books in addition to traditional conference sessions. Submit a proposal using this online form. A printable CFP is available online here. Contact Professor and Vice Chair of the UofL English Department Andrew Rabin for funding opportunities related to this conference: rabin@louisville.edu.

Deadline November 17 40th Annual East Central Writing Center Association (ECWCA) Conference

  • This conference, which is specifically being marketed as “Graduate Student Friendly,” will take place in March in Ohio. The topic is “Occupational Hazards: Writing Center Labor, Self-Care & Reflection.” For more information, visit the website.

 

Weekly Roundup: September 25 – October 1

APPLICATIONS

Arts and Sciences Fall Grant Application due Friday 9/29

Send to asgrad@louisville.edu, $250 possible award. Contact Janet Woodruff-Borden, Associate Dean of Graduate Education at j.woodruff-borden@louisville.edu for more information.

Plan to Graduate in December 2017?

Graduation Application due by Friday, September 29th via ULink. Contact Courtney Kerr at clkerr01@louisville.edu for more information

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Monday, September 25th

Graduate Student Writing Group, 6-8pm University Writing Center 102                                     http://events.louisville.edu/event/graduate_student_writing_group_4055#.WbLSzWuPKUk

Thursday, September 28th

EndNote Workshop Hosted by Ekstrom Librarians, 10am-11:30am

http://library.louisville.edu/endnote

Friday, September 29th

Discourse and Semiotics Workshop, 12:30pm -2pm Stevenson 407. Subject: Professor Scaggs (Fine Arts Department) on how semiotics can aid in the critique of art and design https://uofldiscourseandsemiotics.wordpress.com/calendar/

EGO Meeting – ALL ARE WELCOME!!! 4pm-5pm Ekstrom 117A

Free Comedian Show – Adam Ruben – 8pm – Strickler Auditorium

Check out the Writing Center events calendar for upcoming writing events.
Check out the PLAN Workshops series through the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies for professional development workshop opportunities.

 

CALLS FOR PAPERS

Call for Abstracts due October 1st, 2017 – 2018 Popular Culture Association Conference taking place March in Indiana. Topic is Virtual Identities and Self Promotion. https://networks.h-net.org/node/73374/announcements/259653/cfp-virtual-identities-and-self-promoting-2018-pca

Call for Book Chapters due October 15, 2017: The Things We Carry: Strategies for Recognizing and Negotiating Emotional Labor in Writing Program Administration – see details of the call here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1EkhQzyhYhB0ZN1mURMUNzkn4J_bEG4GvNQ5CCwDB590/edit?usp=sharing
Call for Abstracts due November 17, 2017 – 40th Annual East Central Writing Center Association (ECWCA) Conference being held in March in Ohio. Specifically marketed as “graduate student friendly.” Conference theme is: Occupational Hazards: Writing Center Labor, Self-Care, and Reflection. http://ecwca.org/conference/current-cfp/

SELF CARE ON CAMPUS

Free HIV testing at UofL:

http://louisville.edu/healthpromotion/services/sexual-health-services

Mindfulness for Stress Reduction – Free 4 week workshop series

https://louisville.edu/healthpromotion/services/mindfulness-meditation

 

 

 

 

Weekly Round-Up: September 18-24

UPCOMING EVENTS

Monday, September 18
Volunteer Opportunity: Pets & Crafts, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Red Barn

  • Join the Animal Welfare Committee in making toys for shelter dogs and cats! Free Insomnia cookies will be provided.

Flu Shots Clinic (FREE!), 11:30 a.m – 1:30 p.m., Brandeis School of Law (2219 S. 3rd Street), Washer Lounge

  • Bring your UofL ID and printed consent form for a free flu shot.

Graduate Student Writing Group Meeting, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., Ekstrom Library, University Writing Center (First Floor)

Tuesday, September 19
Open Conversation on Graduate Student Sustainability, Inclusivity, Equity Meeting, 12:15 – 2:00 p.m., Ekstrom Library, 117A

  • Join conversations between graduate students and faculty toward creating more sustainable, equitable, and inclusive structures for all graduate students in the English department.

Wednesday, September 20
Campus Talk: The Ugly Side of Women in Media, 12:00 – 1:30 p.m., Cultural Center (120 E. Brandeis Ave), Multipurpose Room

Creative Writing Group Meeting, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., Ekstrom Library, University Writing Center (First Floor)

Thursday, September 21
PLAN Workshop: Workshopping the CV, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m., Houchens Building, Room 105

Teach English in Japan Info Session, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m., Student Activities Center (SAC), 303A

Saturday, September 23
Volunteer Opportunity: Animal House, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m., Animal House (3516 Newburg Rd)

  • Join the Animal Welfare Committee in volunteering at the Animal House shelter. Contact Minoru Chou for more information: (502) 939-5685.

Friday, September 29
Discourse & Semiotics Workshop, 12:30 – 2:00 p.m., Stevenson 407

  • We will be discussing Steven Skaggs’ (UofL Fine Arts Dept.) recently published book, FireSigns: A Semiotic Theory for Graphic Design (MIT Press), and how semiotics can can aid in the critique of art and design. For more information, visit the website.

Thursday, October 5
Engaging Diverse Voices in Writing & Reading Roundtable Discussion
, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m., Ekstrom Library, University Writing Center (First Floor)

  • View the flyer for more information.

Check out the Writing Center Events Calendar for upcoming writing events.

Check out the PLAN Workshop series through the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies for professional development workshop opportunities.

Check out the UofL Events Calendar for upcoming events in the UofL community.

APPLICATIONS

Deadline September 29, 4:00 p.m: Graduate Student Research Fund Application

  • The Graduate Network in Arts and Sciences (GNAS), a representative body of graduate students from the many disciplines in the College of Arts & Sciences, is offering research funding for A&S graduate students. GNAS will award grants up to $250 to help A&S graduate students offset the costs of conducting research, participating in conferences, and purchasing materials needed for research. For more information on how to apply, visit the website or view the application form.

CALLS FOR PAPERS

Deadline October 15 at midnight (CDT) – 2018 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference

  • We invite abstracts for 20-minute papers from master’s or PhD students from any discipline on any medieval, Renaissance, or early modern topic in Europe, the Americas, or the Mediterranean world. The 2018 conference schedule will include workshops and presentations with rare books in addition to traditional conference sessions. Submit a proposal using this online form. A printable CFP is available online here. Contact Professor and Vice Chair of the UofL English Department Andrew Rabin for funding opportunities related to this conference: rabin@louisville.edu.

Weekly Roundup: September 11-17

UPCOMING EVENTS

Monday September 11th – Traces in the Stacks – Searching for 19th Century Marginalia – 11-12:30pm Ekstrom 117A 

 http://events.louisville.edu/event/traces_in_the_stacks#.WbLRW2uPKUk

 

Monday September 11th – Garden of Verses: Poems, Flowers, and Nineteenth-Century Readers –3:30-4:30pm Humanities 300

http://events.louisville.edu/event/andrew_stauffer_garden_of_verses_poems_flowers_and_nineteenth-century_readers#.WbLR72uPKUk

 

Monday September 11th – Graduate Student Writing Group – 6:00-8:00pm University Writing Center 102 http://events.louisville.edu/event/graduate_student_writing_group_4055#.WbLSzWuPKUk

 

Sunday, September 17th – University Symphony Orchestra (Free!) – 7:30pm School of Music Comstock Hall

http://events.louisville.edu/event/university_symphony_orchestra#.WbLZPWuPKUk

 

Check out the Writing Center events calendar for upcoming writing events.
Check out the PLAN Workshops series through the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies for professional development workshop opportunities.

 

CALLS FOR PAPERS

Conference Abstract Due September 30, 2017 – 2018 American Society for the History of Rhetoric Conference taking place in May in Minnesota. http://ashr.org/gatherings/symposia/upcoming-symposium/

Conference Abstract Due October 15, 2017 – Call for Responses: Making Future Matters for 2018 Watson Conference. Those who attended the 2017 Thomas R. Watson Preconference Symposium are invited to submit a response to symposium keynote webtexts. 300-500 word abstracts (including media needs) are due no later than October 15. Since we hope to publish with Computer and Composition Digital Press, we also encourage media-rich essays of approximately 2,000 words that address issues in two or more keynote webtexts. Please email maryp.sheridan@louisville.edu and rlwysockijr@gmail.com for more information and draft due dates.

Conference Abstract Due October 15, 2017 2018 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference taking place in January in Chicago. We invite abstracts for 20-minute papers from master’s or PhD students from any discipline on any medieval, Renaissance, or early modern topic in Europe, the Americas, or the Mediterranean world. https://www.newberry.org/sites/default/files/calendar-attachments/2018GradConCFP_0.pdf

Journal  Submission due December 15, 2017Currents in Teaching and Learning, a peer-reviewed electronic journal that fosters exchanges among reflective teacher-scholars across disciplines. Spring 2018 issue. http://www.worcester.edu/currents/

 

SELF CARE ON CAMPUS

Free Flu Shots

http://louisville.edu/campushealth/services/flu-care-shots/flu-shot-schedule

30 Minute Chair Massages for $8

http://louisville.edu/healthpromotion/services/massage

 

Weekly Roundup: April 16 – 22

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Digital Media Research

Rick Wysocki is the digital media research assistant this year. He will have open hours in the Mac Lab (HUM 204) all semester to help Faculty, Graduate Students, and students with multimodal and digital projects. His hours are Mondays from 1-2 p.m. and Fridays from 203 p.m. From Rick: “I’m happy to help people across the university with their digital/multimodal projects. It is also a good thing for teachers to let their students know about if they need access to a computer or specifically to a Mac.”

UPCOMING EVENTS 

GSAW 2017

Check out the Writing Center events calendar for upcoming writing events.

Check out the PLAN Workshop series through the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies for professional development workshop opportunities.

CALLS FOR PAPERS

CFP Database

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