The Franklin College Writing Intensive Program invites proposals from arts and sciences faculty in all disciplines for innovative courses that encourage writing.
The WIP aims to enhance undergraduate education by emphasizing the importance of writing in the disciplines by offering “writing-intensive” courses throughout the college—from classics to chemistry.
Faculty who teach WIP courses are supported by a Writing Intensive Program teaching assistant, who is specially trained in writing-in-the-disciplines pedagogy.
Visit www.wip.uga.edu to find proposal forms and guidelines, as well as information about the program.
The deadline for proposal submissions is March 10. Direct questions to Lindsey Harding, WIP director, at email@example.com.