Who We Are

The National Writing Project is a network of sites anchored at colleges and universities and serving teachers across disciplines and at all levels, early childhood through university. We provide professional development, develop resources, generate research, and act on knowledge to improve the teaching of writing and learning in schools and communities.


Co-directed by faculty from the local university and from K–12 schools, nearly 200 local sites serve all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Sites work in partnership with area school districts to offer high-quality professional development programs for educators. NWP continues to add new sites each year, with the goal of placing a writing project site within reach of every teacher in America. The network now includes two associated international sites.

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Dr. Susan James

  • Position: Associate Professor & Director, UWF National Writing Project
  • Department: Teacher Education and Educational Leadership
  • Office Location:  Building 85, Room 194

Dr. Susan Densmore-James had dual majors when she earned her Ph.D. at Florida State University in 2011.

Kelly Aeppli-Campbell

Kelly Aeppli-Campbell, Ed.S.

  • Position: Co-Director, UWF National Writing Project
  • Department: Teacher Education and Educational Leadership
  • Office Location:  Building 85, Room 164

Kelly Aeppli-Campbell is a three-time UWF alumna.

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