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Volume 22, November 2011

A National Journal for Writing Across the Curriculum

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Letter from the Editor and the Editorial Board Seeking Funding to Continue

The Intradisciplinary Influence of Composition and WAC, Part Two: 1967-1986, Chris M. Anson, North Carolina State University, and Karla Lyles, Georgia Southern University

Preparing Faculty, Professionalizing Fellows: Keys to Success with Undergraduate Writing Fellows in WAC, Emily Hall and Bradley Hughes, University of Wisconsin-Madison

What Difference Do Writing Fellows Programs Make?, Dara Rossman Regaignon and Pamela Bromley, Pomona College

Genre Awareness, Academic Argument, and Transferability, Irene L. Clark and Andrea Hernandez, California State University, Northridge

Using Grounded Theory in Writing Assessment, Todd Migliaccio and Dan Melzer, California State University, Sacramento

Building Better Bridges: What Makes High School-College WAC Collaborations Work?, Jacob Blumner, University of Michigan-Flint, and Pamela Childers, The McCallie School

Interview: A WAC Teacher and Advocate: An Interview with Rita Malenczyk, Eastern Connecticut State, Carol Rutz, Carleton College

Notes on Contributors

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