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A Writing-Enriched Curriculum (WEC) model takes a grass-roots approach to fostering the teaching and mentoring of writing within programs and across academic divisions. A WEC approach supports departmental autonomy and builds from an understanding that faculty within disciplines are experts in writing in their fields—therefore, we should listen to them and what they and their students perceive as meaningful writing. Importantly, our WEC model is supported by our Faculty Fellows Program, which offers one faculty member (per year) the opportunity to work closely with the CWE. Currently, we are working with Professor Cedar Marie in Art & Design, who is designing a writing intensive course for Art & Design Majors. She is also using the program to think about her own writing more creatively and how it might inform her teaching

Writing Enriched Curriculum Advisory Board Members

Thomas DeLapp Portrait

Thomas DeLapp

Writing Assistant Intern, Center for Writing Excellence 

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