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Interdisciplinary Studies of Writing

MN bridgeInterdisciplinary Studies of Writing is the research program within the Center for Writing. ISW supports research into the ways in which writing can foster learning in and across the disciplines. Besides funding research that spans theory and practice, ISW creates connections throughout the University community by promoting discussion on the study and teaching of writing.

Interested in a research grant?

The Center’s Interdisciplinary Studies of Writing program offers grants to support the research of University of Minnesota scholars and teachers into writing and literacy. The application process involves two parts; the first part, submitting a letter of intent, must be completed by Monday, February 6, 2017.

Fall event

ISW Research Colloqium
Friday, November 11, 2016
12:00 – 1:30
135 Nicholson Hall

Join a disciplinarily diverse group of University of Minnesota faculty and staff for the ISW Writing Research Colloquium, an annual presentation and discussion of recent research projects funded by the Center for Writing's Interdisciplinary Studies of Writing (ISW) grants:

"It's going to be otherized": Doctoral students of color writing in the academy
Noro Andriamanalina, Office for Diversity in Graduate Education, and Jasmine Kar Tang, formerly of the Office for Diversity in Graduate Education, now in the Center for Writing

WordWhispers in Collaborative Discourse Environment
Bodong Chen, Curriculum & Instruction

Lunch will be provided to the first 20 registrants. Register now!

 

Other conference opportunities

Writing Research Across Borders Conference 2017

February 15–18, 2017
Bogotá, Colombia, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana

International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference 2018

June 4–6, 2018
Auburn University, Auburn, AL

Contact

Katie Levin
10 Nicholson Hall
216 Pillsbury Dr SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455 612.624.7720
kslevin@umn.edu