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Workshop Calendar


Faculty looking to book in-class workshops can do so through our Faculty Resources page.

Citation Style & Writing Workshops

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  • These workshops are designed for English 1310 and 1320 students and others who are new to citation style guidelines.


  • These workshops are designed with upper division courses in mind and for writers whose work focuses more fully on learning to converse with people in the discipline.

  • This workshop is designed for English 1300 & 1310 writers who do not need to focus on citing sources and those who need to think about audience, purpose, theses, and development.

  • This workshop is designed for those beginning to use sources and understanding their work as part of larger conversations. This is especially useful for English 1320, sophomore courses, and those who are beginning scholarly endeavors.

  • This workshop is intended to add on to Academic Essay Writing 1 or stand alone to aid students in writing in advanced academia, open to any discipline. It is recommended for seniors and juniors, those in advanced courses, or anyone who wants to develop their understanding of academic writing.

  • For those needing a basic understanding of the IMRAD structure and basic expectations.

Recurring Workshops

  • Join us for this informal, weekly workshop to read, write, and share your creative work with a fun and diverse group of writers!

  • Weekly review sessions cover everything you need to know about punctuation, usage, and grammar for the PUG exam.


  • The Writing Center is offering a thesis and dissertation writing group that can help. During each workshop, a graduate tutor will guide participants on creating manageable goals, and 3 hours will be dedicated to writing. The meet-up will conclude with participants sharing what they accomplished during the 3 hours of writing time. 


    If you’re interested, please email The Writing Center. In your email, simply state that you’re interested in participating in the Thesis and Dissertation Writing Group. You will receive a confirmation email once your request is received. Spots are limited to 30 writers.

    The meeting will take place in The Writing Center (ASBN 100) on the following days:

    Saturday, September 14, 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Saturday, September 28, 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Saturday, October 26, 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Saturday, November 9, 10:00am – 2:00pm

    Saturday, November 23, 10:00am-2:00pm

  • 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.

Workshop Protocol

All of our workshops are guided by tutors at the Writing Center. Please bring something to take notes. If you need a Proof of Visit, please let the tutor know before the end of the workshop.

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These workshops are free and do not require registration.