Do you have a specific question about your introduction or conclusion? Are you unsure about the wording of your thesis? Drop by the Writing Center on Tuesdays from 2:00-3:30 to discuss a particular question or section of your paper with a writing tutor. Remember: first-come, first-served! [NOTE: To have your paper read in entirety, you must schedule a one-on-one appointment with a tutor in advance.]
While grades, activities, and accomplishments are the "steak" of your graduate school application, your personal statement is the "sizzle." Join us and learn how you have transform your personal statement from one among many to one among the chosen few!
Cooking up a writing assignment that elicits the desired results from your students takes planning. This session covers some essential ingredients of a well-designed writing assignment. It also offers faculty the opportunity to workshop one of their own assignments and "spice it up" for the coming spring.
Giving students ownership over conferencing can create more empowered student writers and save faculty time. In this session, we will discuss ways to prepare students to facilitate thoughtful, focused conferences at various stages of the writing process.