CGC Summer Institute 2018
Emerging Identities in Graduate Communication Support
June 10-12, 2018 (Evening reception June 10)
Hosted by The University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, MI, USA
We are happy to announce the 2018 Consortium on Graduate Communication, where we will provide opportunities to discuss our growing professional field of Graduate Communication and share strategies for providing graduate support.
This year’s Institute, which meets in the lovely Ann, Arbor, MI, focuses on Emerging Identities in Graduate Communication Support. As with the 2017 Summer Institute, we will accept proposals for Works-in-Progress presentations, short presentations on graduate communication pedagogical strategies, programmatic initiatives, and scholarship followed by rich discussion. However, we will also be adding graduate communication workshops to this year’s agenda, which will allow participants to share nuts-and-bolts approaches to written and oral communication support.
We look forward to many rich, fruitful discussions with all of you in a beautiful college town!
Registration closes Monday, April 30. Register Now!
Read more about our friends and hosts at Michigan:
Travel and Lodging
Book a room at the conference hotel: Graduate Ann Arbor
Book transportation from the Detroit Metro Airport to Ann Arbor: Michigan Flyer
Responding to an Expanded Repertoire of Graduate Communicative Tasks
John Swales, Professor Emeritus of Linguistics, University of Michigan; Director, English Language Institute 1985-2001
Christine Feak, Lecturer (English Language Institute), University of Michigan
“Maybe I’m Just Not Cut Out for This”: The Consequences of Institutional Discourses about Writing for Doctoral Researcher Identities
Doreen Starke-Meyerring, Associate Professor, Department of Integrated Studies in Education, McGill University
Pathways to Inclusion: Identity, Difference, and Institutional Innovation
Shannon Madden, Assistant Professor of Writing & Rhetoric, University of Rhode Island
Read abstracts for the keynote sessions here.
Read workshop descriptions here.
Designing a Course on Publishing for Multilingual Graduate Students
Joel Bloch, The Ohio State University
Teaching Students How to Increase Conceptual Clarity Through Diagramming
Jane Freeman, University of Toronto
Tell Us What You Struggle With: How to Understand and Respond to the Concerns of Graduate Students in Writing Consultations
Elena Kallestinova, Yale University
Linda Macri, University of Maryland
Why do Advanced-High/Superior Speakers Seek Language Support and How Can We Respond?
Peggy Wagner, Emory University
Mackenzie Bristow, Emory University
Using Linguistic Needs Analysis to Inform Discipline-Specific EAP Course Design
Natalia Dolgova, George Washington University, Washington, DC
Strategies for Teaching a One-Size-Fits-All Graduate Writing Course
Shyam Sharma, Stony Brook University
|Day||Start Time||End Time|
|Sunday, June 10||8:00 am||5:00 pm|
|Monday, June 11||8:00 am||5:00 pm|
|Tuesday, June 12||8:00 am||1:30 pm|
See our Call for Participation for more information about Works-in-Progress presentations.