Are you attending CCCC, AAAL, and/or TESOL in March, 2017?
Join CGC for a conversation about graduate communication support:
The CGC 2017 Colloquium
hosted by the Intensive English Language Program and the Office of Graduate Studies
March 18-19, 2017
Free with paid CGC membership ($20 non-members*)
Registration Deadline March 15. Sorry, no-walk up registration!
The CGC Colloquium takes place right at the end of CCCC (Portland), in the middle of AAAL (also Portland), and just before TESOL (up the coast in Seattle). Add us to your travel plans, and join CGC to share ideas, resources, teaching techniques, and research for developing graduate students’ communication skills. Portland State University is conveniently located in downtown Portland, with easy access to other conference sites, hotels, and restaurants. At the CGC Colloquium, you will hear from experts in the field and discuss your questions about program design, curricula, and research with colleagues working in the field of graduate communication.
Sunday March 19: PSU Smith Memorial Student Union (SMSU), rooms 296/298, 1825 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97201
8:30-9am: Registration and breakfast
9-10am: Panel discussion, “Intersections of Writing Studies, TESOL, and Applied Linguistics in Graduate Communication Support”:
- Shannon Madden, University of Rhode Island
- Angelo Pitillo, University of Michigan
- Linnea Spitzer, Portland State University
10am: Coffee break
10:30-11:30: Roundtable discussions on topics in graduate communication support
11:30-12:00:Wrap-up, CGC announcements, and future directions
This event is free for members, so please join before you register!
(* Non-members may apply the $20 registration fee to their annual membership after the colloquium; a discount code will be given to you at the event.)
Members from countries affected by travel restrictions to the United States: please read the CGC’s statement and invitation to you.