If you are attending the IWAC conference in Ann Arbor this week, please consider joining us for an informal chat about graduate writing sponsored by the Consortium on Graduate Communication (CGC). The meeting will take place during conference block E (Friday, 6/24, 10:45 a.m.) in the North Quad building, room 1105, convened by Shannon Madden of . . . read more
We are keeping a running list of graduate communication sessions at TESOL 2015 here. Please add your session! The University of Michigan Press is hosting a “meet the authors” coffee hour with CGC founding members Chris Feak and Nigel Caplan to talk about their books and graduate education in general. Thursday April 7, 10-11am at . . . read more
For those of you who will be at the CCCCs in a couple of weeks, join the CGC for an informal dinner on Wednesday night at 6:00 PM at The Grove restaurant, just a couple of blocks from the conference hotel at 1611 Lamar St., Houston. The restaurant has agreed to provide separate checks and the full . . . read more
If you are attending the Conference on College Communication and Composition (Cs to its friends) in Tampa, Florida, next week, please join CGC steering committee member Steve Simpson and fellow CGC members for an informal get-together on Thursday March 19, 6:45pm at the Bedford/St. Martin’s party at the Tampa Aquarium. Please email Steve for more . . . read more
Registration is open for the Consortium on Graduate Communication’s first colloquium, March 25, 1:30-7:30pm at the University of Toronto, Canada. The cost is CAD$50 (CAD$25 for full-time students and part-time instructors), and the deadline in February 26. Space is limited, so register now!
Here are the presentations and events for the Consortium at the Symposium on Second Language Writing, November 13-15, 2014. Notes and PowerPoints are/will be linked below. Thursday, November 13 Consortium on Graduate Communication (Open Meeting) – Gold Room (12:00-1:45pm) Join co-chairs Michelle Cox and Nigel Caplan for an informal discussion of directions for the CGC. . . . read more
We are excited to announce the creation of a new professional community of educators who work with (post-)graduate students, the Consortium on Graduate Communication. The Consortium will provide a venue for discussion and sharing of programs, strategies, and materials to support all graduate students, including international/ESL students. The Consortium is independent of TESOL, but we . . . read more