Author Archives: Erin Bahl

Deadline for DMAC Fellowship: Feb. 8th

The deadline for the new Cindy and Dickie Selfe DMAC Fellowship is quickly approaching! Please send your application materials to Scott DeWitt ( and Erin Bahl ( no later than February 8th. See for more information!

Announcing the Cindy and Dickie Selfe DMAC Fellowship!

The Digital Media and Composition Institute (DMAC) is proud to announce the Cindy and Dickie Selfe DMAC Fellowship. This newly developed fellowship celebrates our commitment to increasing the diversity of students, teachers, and scholars in the field of digital media and composition studies, and to making it possible for individuals to attend DMAC who could

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DMAC 2017 Faculty

We are pleased to announce our faculty for DMAC 2017: Scott Lloyd DeWitt, Jonathan Buehl, Kay Halasek, Ben McCorkle, Margaret Price, Lauren Squires, and Christa Teston. Thrilled to have these fantastic scholars and teachers on board!

Transitioning to Waitlist for DMAC 2016

We are now in the process of building a waitlist for DMAC 2016. To reserve a place on the waitlist, please send us your registration form and initial fee ($300) before the February 8th deadline (see the registration page for details). We will contact you if a spot becomes available. Your registration fee becomes non-refundable

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Registration now open for DMAC 2016!

The registration period is now open for the 2016 DMAC Institute! Please visit our registration page for forms and more details about the process. Registration will remain open until we’ve filled all available seats, after which we’ll post more information about wait list procedures. Shoot us an email at or if you have

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DMAC 2016!

We are delighted to be underway with preparations for DMAC 2016 and will be announcing the dates for the registration period soon!  In order to coordinate with Computers and Writing, this year’s schedule is adjusted slightly so that interested DMAC participants will also be able to attend the 2016 C&W conference without having to leave the institute

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