Graduate Writing Center Workshops
In honor of twenty years of interdisciplinary collaboration, the Graduate Writing Center is pleased to offer three workshops co-led by instructors from the sciences and the humanities. Our collaborators this semester come from Applied Linguistics, Earth & Mineral Sciences, and Engineering, melding their expertise with that of Graduate Writing Center staff.
All graduate students, regardless of disciplinary affiliation or English fluency, are welcome to enroll. If you have any questions about these workshops, please contact Layli Miron at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workshop 4: International Write-In with the University Libraries
Wednesday, April 24, 3:00-10:00 p.m, Paterno Library 103
Overview: As the semester draws to a close, join us at the library for the biannual International Write-In! Show up for as long as you like and leave whenever you’re ready. GWC consultants, EPPIC tutors, undergraduate tutors, and librarians will be present to answer any writing questions you might have, and there will be a separate room for those who want to work in complete silence.
Learning Objectives: You will benefit from writing in a communal space, gaining motivation from peers, and sustenance in the form of coffee, pizza, and snacks.
Requirement: Bring a writing project!
Audience: The International Write-In is open to graduate students, undergraduate students, faculty, and staff.