The Writing Center is pleased to announce its fall 2013 workshops!
All events are held in the Writing Center in ASBN room 108.
These workshops are free and do not require registration.
Students majoring in Mass Communication or Health Administration are required to pass the Grammar, Spelling, and Punctuation Exam. The Writing Center offers a review session every week to help students take on the GSP challenge. The review sessions are also a great review of basic grammar and punctuation for all students.
Learn effective technical communication skills, including how to write memos, business letters, and reports.
Many students dream of obtaining an advanced degree, but what does it really take to get into graduate school? Come and learn all about CVs, personal statements, and standardized exams with this interactive workshop, a collaboration of Career Services, SLAC, and The Writing Center. We will have a graduate school browse session from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Learn the basics of MLA style from in-text citations to the references page and all the formatting in between.
In this workshop, students will go over AP Style, the inverted pyramid, news criteria, and active vs. passive voice.
Learn how to write about poetry, including meter, rhyme, and literary devices.
Learn the basics of APA style, from in-text citations to the references page and all the formatting in between.
This workshop will explore the research strategies, writing style, and citations used in philosophy classes.
Learn how to incorporate your social science research into your academic papers.
This will be an introduction to dramatic writing for film and television. Topics covered will include formatting, outlining, and act structure.
Learn the writing styles, organizational strategies, and citation methods for scientific writing.
Learn the basics of writing using a variety of media.
Come to this session to explore how to read and write about Spanish literature.
In this workshop, the Writing Center partners with Career Services to teach you how to create the resume and cover letter that will get the job done!
This workshop, presented by the Writing Center and Career Services, will focus on professional communications, including memos and email correspondence.