Grown out of partnership between the Office of Vice Provost of Faculty Affairs and the Writing Center, the Writing Accountability program hosts small, facilitated groups to support faculty research and work-life balance year-long. Participants meet weekly to identify and support advancement of individual projects, focusing on the process of writing rather than content.
Writing Accountability Groups will meet 90 minutes weekly for 10 weeks, beginning Monday, March 28 (Week 1), and produce one artifact by quarter’s end (to include manuscripts, strategic plans, grant proposals, promotion materials, etc.). They are groups of 3-5 faculty members hosted by a trained facilitator and centered around a curriculum designed to support faculty well-being and sustainable productivity.
A lower commitment alternative (or complement) to the WAG, we offer opportunities to Write in Place together. Write in Places are weekly sessions where faculty can come to a room (either in person or via Zoom) and write alongside colleagues from across campus their own projects, with brief check-ins.
To sign up for either or both types of writing support, complete this survey and the accompanying availability poll by Monday, March 14.Click here to register
Early sign-up increases likelihood of accommodating your Spring schedule and helps us offer these sessions at times that work for faculty.