29-019, November 8-9, Purchase College, NY. The Art of Writing/The Writing of Art
2018, October 19th and 20th, Farmingdale State College campus, Farmingdale, NY. Theme: Why Writing Matters: Articulating the Value of Writing to Students, Administrators, and Faculty from Across the Disciplines.
2017, Onondaga Community College. Theme: The theme for this year’s conference will be Defining Success in College Composition: Rethinking Writers, Writing, and Pedagogy.
2016, University at Albany. Theme:“Writing (and) Affordability.” Keynotes: Tamika Carey, Eileen Schell.
2014, Onondaga Community College. Theme: “Transitions: The Changing Landscape of Higher Education.” Keynotes: Cheryl Ball, Tony Scott.
2013 University at Buffalo. Theme: “Building Cultures of Writing for Tomorrow.” Keynote: Richard Miller.
2012, Fashion Institute of Technology. Theme: “Sustainability and Writing.” Keynote: Amy Kimme Hea.
2011, Binghamton University. Theme: “Building 21st Century Writing Programs: Literacy and Leadership in the New Millenium.” Keynotes: Lynne Bloom, Kurt Spellmeyer.
2010, Plattsburgh. Theme: “Teaching Writing for Social Justice.” Keynote: Nancy Welch.
2009, Buffalo State. Theme: “Writing Program Identities.” Keynote: Elizabeth Wardle.
2008, Stony Brook. Theme: “Inevitable Intersection: Writing at the Crossroads of Public and Private Discourse in the 21st Century.” Keynote: Sondra Perl.
2007, Albany. Theme: “Writing in an Age of Assessment.” Keynote: Peter Elbow.
2006, Oswego. Theme: “Words of One’s Own: Plagiarism, Citation, Textual Ownership, and Academic Integrity.” Keynote: Rebecca Moore Howard.
2004, Adirondack Community College. Theme: “Writing Across and Beyond Institutional Borders.” Keynote: Eileen Schell.
2003, Suffolk Community College. Keynotes: Kathleen Blake Yancey and Doug Hesse.
2002, Jefferson Community College. Theme: “Energizing Teaching, Writing, and the Teaching of Writing.”
2001, Alfred State. Keynote: Pat Belanoff.
1999, SUNY Potsdam.
1998, Genesee Community College.
1997, Suffolk Community College. Theme: “Teaching Toward the 21st Century: Where are We Going? Where Have We Been?” Keynote: Kathryn Gottschalk.
1993, Niagara Community College. Theme: “Exploring Complexities.” Keynote: Chris Anson.
1992, SUNY Institute of Technology Utica/Rome. Theme: “Creating a Community of Writing.” Keynote: Cynthia Selfe.
1991, Westchester Community College. Theme: “The Right to Literacy.” Keynote: James Slevin.
1990, Buffalo State. Theme: “Issues in the Teaching of Writing”; keynote speaker: Alan C. Purves; 22 articles in the published Conference Proceedings
*Note: Our records here are incomplete. If you have information about what’s either missing or inaccurate in this list, please let us know!