What is CCTE?
CCTE (Conference of College Teachers of English) is one of the oldest scholarly organizations in Texas with its first meeting in 1933.
It is run by the Executive Council (Officers and Members), volunteers who organize the conference and encourage teaching, scholarship, and service.
2016 Conference Overview
CCTE’s 2016 conference dates are: March 3-5, 2016
The conference will be held at the Menger Hotel in San Antonio, Texas.
CCTE shares the conference with the Texas College English Association. Their CFP is here.
American Literature Award: Elaine Childs, College of the Mainland
British Literature Award: Karen Dodwell, University of Texas at San Antonio
Robert Adger Law Award for Best Shakespeare Paper: Parker Gordon, Abilene Christian University
L. D. Hendricks Award for Best Literature Area Paper by a Grad Student: Jasa Rosseau, Dallas Baptist University
Rhetoric Area Pedagogy Award: Georgeann Ward, University of Houston
William E. Tanner Award for Best Rhetoric Paper by a Grad Student: Gregory C. Jeffers, University of Texas at Arlington
Randall Popken Rhetoric, Composition, Technical Writing, Language Studies Award: Linda Cole Carroll, Texas Wesleyan University
George Nixon Creative Writing Award for Prose: Mary Ann Taylor, Mountain View College
Creative Writing Award for Poetry: Casey Ford, Lamar University
Frances Hernández Teacher-Scholar Award: Susan Blassingame, Lubbock Christian University
TCEA Award: Amy Dennis, Dallas County Community College
The Call for Papers for Texas College English Association 2016 is ready!
Texas College English Association CFP 2016
This is the CCTE Program 2015 as of March 4.
The room rate for South Shore Resort and Spa is only $93 a night, if you reserve under CCTE and make your reservations before February 11.
Registration for the conference is due February 11. Go online to register.