Apropos of the current discussion on Writing Centers and Writing Across the
Curriculum, you may want to note that Dr. Brad Hughes (University of
Wisconsin at Madison), a highly regarded writing professional, will be
presenting at Winter Institute 2000 in Tucson, January 3-7. Specifically,
Brad will be addressing the relationship between learning support centers
and writing programs.

WI 2000:  January 3 -7, 2000.  The Twenty First Institute for Post Secondary
Learning Assistance Professionals (WI '99), Tucson, AZ.  Co-sponsored by the
University of Arizona and Maricopa County Community College District, the
Institute focuses on Programs and Services of Learning Support Centers in
Higher Education.  Institute details available at
<> or contact Sylvia Mioduski,
Director University  Learning Center P.O. Box 210021 -- Old Main 202
University of Arizona Tucson, AZ  85721-0021
(520) 621-9363 (voice)  (520) 621-5015 (FAX)  email: [log in to unmask]

If you want more information, browse the WI web site at

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Frank L Christ                   evolution is to learn what it takes to
Emeritus, CSULB              what we should learn -- and learn it."
Visiting Scholar, U of AZ    ... Aurelius Peccei, Pres/Club of Rome
LSC & WI Web site:

----- Original Message -----
From: Carol Schour <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Friday, October 29, 1999 10:44 AM
Subject: Writing Center Descriptions

> We are looking for descriptions of other Writing Centers, both peer tutor
> and professional.  Could people e-mail direct to my address the
> of your Writing Centers and their relationship to other tutorial support
> services and your English departments.
> Thanks in advance!
> ************************
> Carol Schour
> Learning Center Director
> The College of Saint Rose
> 432 Western Ave.
> Albany, NY  12203
> (phone) 518-458-5305
> (fax)   518-458-5428
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