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Students and Faculty Attend Writing Center Association Conference

March 15, 2007

Category: Academics, English, Faculty, Students


Writing Center ConferenceTwo student tutors at the Catawba College Writing Center, Victoria Hamilton and Meagan Kittle, along with the director of the writing center, Dr. Aaron Butler, traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to attend the annual conference of the Southeastern Writing Center Association, held February 8-10. At the conference, the three presented a poster entitled "Making Noise about the Writing Center," which illustrated various methods of publicity used to promote the writing center's services over the past few years. The conference was attended by writing center directors and tutors from all over the southeastern United States.

Victoria Hamilton is a senior English major from Wake Forest, North Carolina, and she is the president of the Alpha Chi and Phi Epsilon honor societies as well as editor of The Arrowhead, Catawba College's literary magazine. 

Meagan Kittle is a junior English major from Ottawa, Ontario. She is a Junior Marshal at Catawba and a member of both Alpha Chi and Phi Epsilon honor societies.