March 18–21, 2015 • Tampa, FL
Risk and Reward
Innovation is a catch-phrase we hear every day in our institutions, a buzzword in the popular consciousness. We’re encouraged to innovate, take chances, try new teaching approaches, apply new research methods, start new degree programs, and reach out to forge new partnerships with the community. I ask the membership of the C’s to share studies and stories of your efforts, your successes, and your failures as you have tried something new. Let’s see reports and reflections on taking chances by doing something different–in all areas of this conference. More
Joyce Locke Carter
Texas Tech University, Lubbock
2015 Program Chair
Sessions will be held at the Tampa Convention Center
333 S. Franklin St. and
The Tampa Marriott Waterside
700 S. Florida Ave.
Thank you to everyone who submitted a proposal for the 2015 CCCC Annual Convention! Proposals are currently being reviewed. Proposal acceptances/declines will be sent out by mid-September. Please check back soon for registration and housing information.
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