All workshops offered through the Writing Center are free. We welcome students, staff, and faculty to our workshops. If you would like to attend, please click the appropriate RSVP link below at least one day prior to the workshop. Send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us if you have questions about scientific writing! In this workshop, we will discuss incorporating relevant evidence in the scientific writing process to strengthen claims. This workshop will cover selecting evidence, citing references, and developing data commentary.
Facilitated by Ashley Johnson-Ingels & Alyssa Kreuger
This workshop will focus on time management and maintaining a healthy lifestyle while in graduate school. Topics will include how to calendar effectively, reminders of how to stay healthy, and brainstorming sessions for attendees to reflect on how to get the most out of their education with as little stress as possible!
Join us and learn more about the basics of argumentation, techniques for reading and writing critically, and tips for avoiding fallacious reasoning. This workshop will also address specifically how strategies might change across disciplines.
Though we like to stress the importance of starting a writing assignment early, completing multiple drafts over the course of several weeks, and ultimately finishing up our final draft with time to spare, the writing process rarely goes this smoothly. This workshop will focus on specific strategies and approaches towards starting (and finishing!) the writing assignments that accumulate over the course of the semester. This workshop will cover strategies for writing in a limited time frame.
Learn to write introductions that captivate your readers. Come and workshop your introduction and thesis for a term paper, proposal, or other writing assignment. Bring your lunch and a writing project to work on!
This workshop will focus on key components of grammar that present the most difficulties for International and American students, alike. We will work through examples and provide basic rules to follow when writing and/or speaking.
This workshop will continue where the last one left off. You will learn the rules for commonly confused words and phrases. We will review topics such as: parallel structure, passive vs. active voice, use of who vs. whom, which vs. that, -ing words, and more!