Faculty looking to book in-class workshops can do so through our Faculty Resources page.
This workshop is most appropriate for writers in English 1320 and other writers just beginning to use MLA.
This workshop is appropriate for writers just beginning to use APA.
This workshop is appropriate for writers beginning to use Chicago/Turabian.
This workshop is most appropriate for writers in English 1310.
This workshop is appropriate for writers in English 1320 and others who want to begin thinking more about scholarly writing.
Join us for this informal, weekly workshop to read, write, and share your creative work with a fun and diverse group of writers! For more information, click here.
Weekly review sessions cover everything you need to know about punctuation, usage, and grammar for the PUG exam.
This four-week workshop series provides a supportive environment to work on theses or dissertations.
Topics covered include the parts of a thesis/dissertation, getting started, scholarly writing, formatting, editing/revising, and common grammar concerns. For more information, click here.
Your time to write. Join this writing group to give yourself dedicated time to plan, write, and reflect.
Sessions start with 15 minutes of goal setting and planning with a peer tutor, provide two hours of focused writing on your own, and end with 15 minutes of reflection and planning.
These workshops are free and do not require registration.