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A-State Resumes Regular Weekend Hours

Arkansas State University has resumed regular weekend operation hours. For specific event schedule updates, please refer to the list below.

For the convenience of students, faculty/staff and the community:
  • The Upward Bound session scheduled for March 7 is cancelled.
  • Saturday's Archeology Day activities at the Museum have been postponed until Saturday, March 14.
  • The MPA Program's "Career Conversations" event with Dr. Michele Reba has been postponed until Wednesday, March 11, at 1 p.m., Wilson Hall, Room 412.
  • GradStock has been rescheduled to March 9, from 9 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. at Cooper Alumni Center.
  • NEA Science Fair has been postponed to March 16 at Hames Room, Convocation Center.
  • Communications Day (March 7) has been cancelled.
  • This weekend's baseball matchup with UTA has been moved to Smith-Wills Stadium in Jackson, MS. First game is Saturday, March 7 at 7 p.m. and a doubleheader on Sunday, March 8 at 1 p.m.
  • The Honors Reception event scheduled for Saturday, March 7 has been cancelled.
  • The Arkansas State University Regional Math Contest scheduled for Saturday, March 7, has been rescheduled to 4:45 pm on Monday, March 9. For more information please see the Math Department's Homepage.

For further updates, watch the A-State website at AState.edu and official social media: Facebook.com/ArkansasState and on Twitter @ArkansasState.

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The Arkansas Delta Writing Project

A National Writing Project Site

Sharing and believing in the power of writing across Northeast Arkansas and the Delta

The National Writing Project (NWP) is a teacher-driven professional development program that strengthens teachers' skills and understanding of teaching writing. It serves teachers of writing at all grade levels, primary through university, and in all subjects. The mission of the NWP is to improve student achievement by improving the teaching of writing and learning in the nation's schools.

The cornerstone to the NWP project is an annual summer writing institute for teachers, which allows experienced teachers to explore their own writing and instructional practices. Summer Institute participants typically discover that joining a community of writers is a powerful incentive, one that inspires risk-taking and writing that matters.

THE NATIONAL WRITING PROJECT'S CORE BELIEFS AND PRINCIPLES

The mission of the National Writing Project is to build a network of educators in all disciplines in order to improve the teaching of writing and the education of all students in our nation's schools. The NWP includes elementary, secondary and college teachers of all disciplines. Founded in 1974, the National Writing Project is comprised of over 200 college-based sites in 50 states.

The Summer Institute is founded on core beliefs shared by sites around the nation:

  • Writing is critical to learning across disciplines and grade levels.
  • Working as partners, universities, community colleges and schools can improve student writing.
  • Teachers are the best teachers of teachers.
  • When teachers are given time to write and reflect on their writing, their practice is enhanced.