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Writing@Bates Statement of Commitment to Antiracist & Inclusive Writing Instruction

Black lives matter. Black language matters. Black writing matters. As white writing...

By Stephanie Wade, Bridget Fullerton, Dan Sanford, & Eric Dyer on June 19, 2020

Syllabus Design for Remote Learning

By Dan Sanford on May 20, 2020

Navigating the Transition to Online (Writing) Instruction During COVID-19: Challenges, Successes, and Early Lessons Learned

Bates faculty’s transition to remote instruction in March 2020 was an emergency...

By Bridget Fullerton; also thank you to Dr. Rand and Dr. Pieck for their collaborative edits! on May 15, 2020

Writing Tutors Reflect on their COVID-Motivated Switch to Remote Support

Bates’ shift to remote instruction in March 2020 was a tremendous undertaking...

By Eric Dyer on April 15, 2020

“My Favorite Writing Assignment” Panel: W2 Edition

Bates faculty gathered during finals week in the fall semester for the...

By Daniel Sanford on March 12, 2020

Learning About Our Neighbors on MLK Day With Multilingual Poetry

This past year, Writing@Bates and the ARC partnered with Lewiston High School...

By Stephanie Wade on February 15, 2020

Respect, Reciprocity, and Responsibility in the PWSA-FYS Instructor Partnership

Professors Martin Montgomery, Justine Wiesinger, and William (Bill) Wallace share their experiences...

By Bridget Fullerton on December 10, 2019

Spotlight on ARC: Maya Chessen, Writing Fellow & ARC Peer Tutor for Writing

Eric Dyer recently sat down for a Q&A session with Writing Fellow...

By Eric Dyer on November 16, 2019

Engaging Your Students in Community Writing

If you are looking for ways to engage your students in real-world...

By Stephanie Wade on October 15, 2019

Dr. Ghada Gerwash from Colby College Speaks to Bates Faculty about Multilingual Writers

Multilingual writing specialist and language scholar Dr. Ghada Gerwash visited Bates in...

By Dan Sanford on September 1, 2019