Category: Letters from the President

Thank you, ATTW!

THANK YOU to all of our conference sponsors, reviewers, presenters, and attendees for making ATTW 2016 a great success:

  • Conference program co-chairs Natalia Matveeva and Godwin Agboka;
  • Volunteers who staffed our registration and check-in tables;
  • Exhibitors Taylor & Francis and Routledge;
  • The many sponsors who purchased ads in the program or donated items for attendees;
  • NCTE/CCCC staff and hotel services who helped with infrastructure and technology;
  • Many more people we’ll make sure to add here later!

Congratulations to all the award winners, especially Brenda Sims and Bill Hart-Davidson, both elevated to ATTW Fellow. We’ll add a list of all the award winners here shortly.

We hope to see all of you next year in Portland, on March 15, 2017!

The Value of ATTW Membership

A Letter from ATTW President Michelle Eble:

Eble_profileThe first of the year is the best time to remind you to renew your ATTW membership or join if you’re not already a member. ATTW membership runs January through December. If you renew in March each year, it still ends in December, and you will want to renew before the conference in April. Continue reading “The Value of ATTW Membership”

ATTW Letter from the President

Kelli Cargile Cook

Texas Tech University

Fall 2010

On Thursday, September, 23, 2010, Taylor and Francis sent an email blast to ATTW members. If you know your dues are current but you didn’t get an email, please contact Susan Popham, ATTW membership chair at spopham@memphis.edu. She can check your membership history and provide you with current information. Continue reading “ATTW Letter from the President”

ATTW Letter from the President

Kelli Cargile Cook
Texas Tech University

Spring 2010

The new year and a new decade arrived this January, and, before we know it, our annual conference will be here. This year’s conference will find us in Louisville, the Possibility City. Home to the Kentucky Derby and Churchill Downs, Louisville is also known for its famous “B’s”: baseball bats, bourbon, professional boxers, and bluegrass. Continue reading “ATTW Letter from the President”