Writing Workshops

February 28
APA Documentation with Prof. McCulloch

The Writing Center, Rm. D111 – 2 pm–3 pm
If you are enrolled in psychology, education, nursing, or other social sciences course, then attend this workshop to learn and practice the basics of the American Psychological Association (APA) style of documentation with Prof. McCulloch.

March 6
Grammar Workshop with Prof. George Lightcap

Location TBD, 9:30 am–10:30 am
Do you struggle with proper grammar usage? Are you unsure about parts of speech or parts of sentences? Come to this workshop with Prof. George Lightcap to reintroduce yourself to basic English grammar so you can feel confident in your writing.

March 27
The Research Paper Process with Prof. McCulloch – Part I

The Writing Center, Rm. D111 – 2 pm–3 pm
In this first part of a two-part series, we will learn how to start the research paper process, from brainstorming to prewriting to the basics of research.

April 3
The Research Paper Process with Prof. McCulloch – Part II

The Writing Center, Rm. D111 – 2 pm–3 pm
In the second and final part of the series, we will discuss how to go from ideas and research to a complete rough draft using techniques such as freewriting and outlining.

April 10
How to Email Like a Professional with Prof. McCulloch

The Writing Center, Rm. D111 – 2 pm–3 pm
With graduation looming, you may be already reaching out to businesses about job openings. Learn how to correspond with professionals as if you are already one. Many students are way too casual in their emails. In this workshop, you will learn some key phrases to use when emailing to make you sound professional.

April 17
Building a Resume and Writing an Application Letter

The Writing Center, Rm. D111 2 pm–3 pm
Learn how to build a resume in conjunction with writing a cover letter to help land you an interview.

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