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Red river valley writing project

Grand Forks, ND

Red River Valley Writing Project
A Site of the National Writing Project
Improving Writing and Learning in our Schools

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RRVWP Events & Opportunities

UND Writers Conference Dinner with An Author: Carl Phillips. March 29, (Tuesday), 5:30-7:15 PM, Toasted Frog, downtown Grand Forks.

Summer Institute 2011. The Summer Institute will be held in Grand Forks, ND, over sixteen days between July 6-July 28, 2011. Applications are now being accepted from all teachers who are interested in the effective teaching of writing and in using writing to learn.

Participants are eligible for 4 grad credits in either English or Education through UND. Tuition and fees are paid by the Red River Valley Writing Project. Click here for application details. Contact Kim Donehower for more information. Application deadline: April 15, 2011. Applications may be accepted after the deadline as space is available.


RRVWP Book Clubs

Book Club. New TCs welcome. For more information contact Carmyn Juntunen, facilitator, at

Professional Readings Study Group. New TCs welcome. For more information contact Pam Fischer, facilitator:

Summer Insitute
2011 for Teachers
July 6--July 28, 2011
Grand Forks, ND

On Teaching Writing.
On Using Writing to Learn.
All Content Areas.
All Grades.
4 grad credits.
Tuition Reimbursed.

Summer Institute Information (pdf)

For information contact
Kim Donehower




Web Updates

Last update 3/17/2011



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Red River Valley Writing Project
Merrifield Hall Room 107
276 Centennial Drive Stop 7209
Grand Forks, ND 58202

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