Saturday April 7, 2018
Please check this page regularly for important announcements regarding the ENGR0012 Conference
For a copy of the schedule of this year's 2018 conference sessions
The best papers will be posted as the information becomes available.
Step 1: Call for Papers
Step 2: Revised Proposal with Annotated Bibliography
Step 3: Annotated Outline Assignment
Step 4: Submit your Paper for Review
Step 5: Peer Review Process
Step 6: Make Revisions and Resubmit
Step 7: Poster and Power Point Presentation
There are 18 faculty from the writing center that will be grading the writing assignment papers. Each ENGR0012 section will have a lead contact for the class, however, any of the following instructors might be grading your paper.
Each paper this semester will be written by a team of two students. You are permitted to team with any student in any of the ENGR0012 sections. Thus, if you are in the 10 am section and your partner is in the 2 pm section, then it is possible your paper
might be graded by either the 10 am or 2 pm lead writing instructor. However, it is also possible that your paper will be graded by one of the other writing center faculty members. You can contact all of these instructors at the
University Writing Center . The instructors are:
Power Point presentations are required for each paper. The presentations will take place at the conference. For more information review the following material:
Here are a few sites that have tips for making posters.
This conference could not be possible without the help from the following people:
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