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We assist graduate students from across all disciplines through workshops, writing groups, and boot camps.

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February 27, 2018

Write-a-Thon will be held on Sunday 4/29 - Monday 4/30!

The Writing Fellows will be available for 15 straight hours to tutor your papers from any discipline and at any stage in the writing process while you refuel with snacks and pizza!

Starting: 2pm Sunday 4/29

Ending: 5am Monday 4/30

Where: RRL G-122 (WSAP main office)

 

 

April 19, 2018

Join us on Sunday 4/29 for UR Night to Write!

International Write-In is a worldwide writing center initiative to provide college student with space and camaraderie as they write their final papers. At UR Night to Write, students can drop in anytime and write as long as they would like. Snacks, coffee, crafts, and good company will help fuel productivity and fight end-of-semester procrastination. Research librarians and writing tutors will be on-hand to help and answer questions.

Starting: 7pm Sunday 4/29

Ending: 11pm Sunday 4/29

Where: Hawkins Carlson Room, RR Library

Upcoming Events

Write-a-Thon

2pm Sunday 4/29 - 5am Monday 4/30

RR G-122 (WSAP main office)

 

UR Night to Write

7pm Sunday 4/29 - 11pm Sunday 4/29

Rush Rhees Hawkins Carlson

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2017 Graduating Writing and Speaking Fellows

2017 Graduating Writing and Speaking Fellows

Congratulations to the 2017 Graduating Writing and Speaking Fellows!


2018Writing Colloquium

Submissions are now open for the 2018 Undergraduate Writing Colloquium Contest! 2017 contest winners can be found here.

Writing, Speaking, and Argument Program

The Writing, Speaking, and Argument Program leads the effort to build a strong community of writers, readers, and researchers, guided by advice from an interdisciplinary faculty committee.

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