Dr. Jeffrey Anderson presents his keynote address "Practical Wisdom, Experiential Learning, and the Good Life" at the 2017 CCRWT Conference.
Dr. Ann Jurecic addresses the 2016 CCRWT attendees in her keynote address, "cultivating Curiosity and Creativity in an Era of Standardization."
Above: Keynote speaker Susan Albertine opens the 2014 conference with her presentation, "Liberal Education: Writing Pedagogy in Unexpected Places."
Above (from left to right): Conference participants engage in a group discussion on touchstone pedagogical moments; Susan Albertine and Michael Jacobs enjoying the conference proceedings; William McNelis (Berkeley College), James Leftwich (Berkeley College), and Susan VanAlstyne (Berkeley College) co-present an energizing talk: "The Synergy between Faculty and Librarian: Assignments that Sizzle." ****** Below, clockwise from upper left: Cultivating Cultural Literacies: Michael Jacobs (Berkeley College) and Laura Samponaro (New York University); Barbara Monaghan (Berkeley College) and Stephanie Fells (Berkeley College) co-present an insightful, hands-on instructional workshop for faculty: "The Intelligent Classroom: Interactive Teaching and Learning Technologies"; Susan Albertine and Donald Kieffer (Berkeley College) exchange insight; Lauren Linkowski (Berkeley College) James Pacello (Berkeley College), Matthew Regan (Berkeley College), Patianne Stabile (Berkeley College), Alyssa D. Adomaintis (CUNY: New York College of Technology), Bernadette Mirro, Georgette Coffrey (Berkeley College).
Below: The 2014 Conference keynote speaker, Susan Albertine, Vice President of the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Student Success, for the Association of American Colleges and Universities engages participants with her workshop, "Liberal Education: Writing Pedagogy in Unexpected Places."
Above (from left to right): Scott Morgan (St. John's University) co-facilitates his interactive workshop, "Please, Take Out Your Cell Phones: The Use of New Technology in the Composition Classroom"; David Andrew Stoler (Berkeley College) presents " Poetic Justice: Improving Student Writing and Engagement through Creative Modeling and Arts-Focused Education"; Featured workshop leader Linda Hirsch (right--CUNY Hostos) and Gail Miller (left--Berkeley College) exchange ideas during Hirsch's workshop, "Issues in ESL Student Writing: Responding to the Writing of English-Language Learners."
Above (from left to right): Richard Miller (Rutgers University) delivers his keynote address, "Cultivating Curiosity in These Our Distracted, Polarized, Irate, Ill-Informed Times"; Harry Denny (St. John's University) discusses his research in his presentation, "Assessing What We Really Value: A Case Study and Call to Action for Writing Center Professionals.”
Above (from left to right): Anna Sicari (St. John's University) fields questions during "Please, Take Out Your Cell Phones: The Use of New Technology in the Composition Classroom"; Michael Frew (Berkeley College) presents "Revising With Rubrics: Improving Student Writing Through Guided Revision Checklists”; Heather Klomhaus-Hrács (Berkeley College) shoots back during the Q&A for her paper, "Make Them Do It: Encouraging Student Creativity in the Classroom The Mary Poppins Way.”