The Celebration of Student Writing & Research is a university-wide showcase of student writing and research projects. It encourages students to re-present and display their scholarly and creative work in formats other than word-processed letters and lines on the printed page. The Celebration is held in conjunction with Research ShowCASE and the Intersections: SOURCE Undergraduate Symposium & Poster Session; it is co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Writing and SAGES.

All teachers of writing-intensive courses (along with their students), any CWRU student organization or group with an emphasis on writing, and SAGES seminars are invited and encouraged to participate in this intellectually rich and interdisciplinary event. The Celebration of Student Writing course/group presentations offer an entire class (or group of students) the opportunity to display and discuss their writing projects at tables and/or via poster presentations.

Interested? Please see the CSWR FAQ (Fall 2019) for details to help plan for your class and participate. You can also review this Introduction to the CSWR.

SAGES Seminar Leaders will receive an email with registration information early to mid semester. 
To read about last year’s CSWR, you can read the CSWR Newsletter (August 2018) and CSWR Newsletter (January 2019).
Abstracts from past Celebrations are available in our Key Document archive.