Reclaiming your Writing Time and Space
Virtual Retreat

May 14 – May 16
Registration closes on May 7

Writing can be a solitary process, even more so now. Join us for free, over a long weekend, to work on your writing and build community.

Benefits

  • Dedicated time for writing, whatever kind you do
  • Help with goal-setting
  • Mentoring/review of your work
  • Opportunity to make personal and professional connections

Over the long weekend, you will have multiple opportunities for group discussion, individual feedback, and individual writing time.

Space is limited. Register by May 7th

Sponsored by The Society for Values in Higher Education

For more information contact Christina Romero-Ivanova or Sarah Moore

Retreat Leader Bios:

Christina Romero-Ivanova

Christina is an Assistant Professor of Education at Indiana University Kokomo and teaches education courses. She also engages with teacher training as a university supervisor for student teaching experiences. Her expertise and research center on ethnography, and artifactual, narrative, and sacred literacies, and she is an advocate and activist for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence.

Sarah D. Moore

Sarah has taught college composition at Hawkeye College, Waterloo, Iowa for the past ten years. She is currently working as a freelance editor and writing coach. Having degrees in Literature from The University of London and the University of Edinburgh, her area of expertise is transatlantic fiction. 


Reclaiming your Writing Time and Space Virtual Retreat grew out of a seminar begun at the annual Summer Conference of the Society for Values in Higher Education.

The Society for Values in Higher Education is an interdisciplinary group of scholars and others whose work focuses on the future of post-secondary education.