Graduate Writing Support Drop-in Sessions
A professor from the English department and a graduate student peer writing coach provide writing support for graduate students seeking to improve their writing. The focus of each session is on one targeted writing issue—such as mechanics, sentence structure, or paragraph organization—that can be addressed in a 20-minute period.
Appointments are not available; Drop-In Only
Graduate Writing Residency Program
The purpose of the Graduate Writing Residency Program (WRP) is to help students make substantial progress toward completion of their master's or doctoral thesis/project/dissertation; increase knowledge about required elements of a thesis/project/dissertation appropriate to academic discipline; improve research/scholarly writing skills; and increase confidence in research/scholarly writing skills. A small cohort of graduate students will work with a writing coach over four meetings to make progress on their writing goals.
There are two (2) program cohorts offered this fall semester. Consult the WRP cohort schedules to learn more, and apply below.
Thesis/Project/Dissertation Formatting Workshop & Open Sessions
The workshop will focus on the University's preparation guidelines for a master's thesis or project and doctoral dissertation. A review of the organization of the thesis/dissertation will be presented and sample layouts examined from the online thesis/dissertation template. Formatting tips and problem areas will be discussed, as well as the process for submitting the thesis, project, or disseration.
The open session is a drop-in session for hands-on assistance in using the online template when formatting your thesis, project, or dissertation.
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