Issue 5.2

Autumn 2021

Food for Thought: A Graduate Writing Program

    • Adrian R. Salgado, Florida International University
    • Xuan Jiang, Florida International University

Making Community through the Utilization of Discord in a (Suddenly) Online Writing Center

    • Kelin Hull, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
    • Cory Pettit, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Navigating and Adapting Writing Centers through a Pandemic: Justifying Our Work in New Contexts

    • Russell Mayo, Purdue University Northwest
    • Elise Dixon, University of North Carolina at Pembroke
    • Eric Camarillo, Harrisburg Area Community College

Sheltering in Place, Working in Space: Reflections on an Online Writing Center at Home

    • Seanie Mardell, Texas Tech University
    • Alex Claman, Texas Tech University
    • Claire Seekins, Texas Tech University

When Support Systems Need Support: Constructing Paths to Consultant Wellness During COVID-19

    • Jessica Clements, Whitworth University
    • Joy Aivaliotis, Whitworth University
    • Kendra Guttridge, Whitworth University
    • Emily Kapus, Whitworth University
    • Lydia Kramer, Whitworth University
    • Matthew Lochridge, Whitworth University
    • Ezekiel Pierson, Whitworth University
    • Graham Shuhda, Whitworth University

Conversation Shaper: How Students’ Experiences With Writing Impact Their Perceptions of Writing Centers

    • Emily Segrest, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
    • Chloe Coy, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

Conversation Shaper: Writing, Incarceration, and Healing in the Writing Center

    • DeCedrick Walker, North Park University
    • Melissa Pavlik, North Park University