Please join us for WCJ Live with authors Harry Denny & Anne Ellen Geller this FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21st, at 3pm Eastern/noon Pacific. Login and other important information follows:
For a session abstract, author bios, and a link to Denny & Gellar’s recent WCJ article "Of Ladybugs, Low Status, and Loving the Job: Writing Center Professionals Navigating Their Careers," check out The Writing Center Journal’s website at http://writingcenterjournal.org/ (Click “WCJ Live” on the homepage banner.)
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WCJ Live with Harry Denny & Anne Ellen Geller, this FRI., FEB. 21, 3pm Eastern
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