Cheryl Glenn Webinar Series for Advancing the Agenda: Dr. Ada Hubrig, “Scaling Collective Access: From Your Presentation to Our Field,” Friday, March 15 

We have re-scheduled our first event in the Cheryl Glenn Webinar Series for Advancing the Agenda for this academic year. Dr. Ada Hubrig will present “Scaling Collective Access: From Your Presentation to Our Field” on Friday, March 15 from 3:00-4:30pm Eastern Time/12:00pm-1:30pm Pacific Time. Please register here:

In this webinar, Dr. Ada Hubrig asks us to consider collective access and its implications for fostering community. Beginning with implementing access in our own work, Ada asks us to consider how we can scale access, by reimagining conference spaces to reimagining the work of our field–and academia more broadly–through collective access. The webinar will feature a presentation followed by a group discussion.

Ada Hubrig (they/them; Twitter @AdaHubrig) is an autistic, genderqueer, disabled caretaker of cats. They live in Huntsville, Texas, where they work as an assistant professor and Co-Director of Composition at Sam Houston State University. Their scholarship centers disability and queer/trans communities, and is featured in College Composition and Communication, Community Literacy Journal, and The Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics among others, and their words have also found homes in Brevity and Disability Visibility. Ada is managing editor of Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics.

Captioning will be available for this webinar. Please be in touch with Nancy Small ( or JWells ( regarding any additional ways the Coalition can make this meeting accessible to you.