GWAR Mentoring Program (GMP)

With support from the Division of Undergraduate Education and Academic Planning (DUEAP), WAC/WID established the GWAR Mentoring Program in the spring of 2016. This is a semester-long faculty learning community designed to provide support to faculty teaching GWAR. The initiative reflects the university’s commitment to the GWAR program and to the teaching of writing within the discipline to facilitate student success. The GWAR Mentorship Program call for applications is announced in the Campus Memo and here toward the end of every academic semester, and 10 faculty, including a mix of those more experienced in teaching GWAR and those new to teaching GWAR, from across the university are selected to participate. The faculty learning community meets as a group 6-8 times during the semester and 2-3 times in pairs. All faculty participating in the program will receive support and guidance from the WAC/WID program. Inquiries about the program can be sent to

Call for applications for GWAR Mentoring Program 

Deadline for spring 2019 program November 26; application to be posted by Octobert 15.

(415) 338-2206


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