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2018 Graduating Writing and Speaking Fellows

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April 7, 2019

Writing Boot Camp

Do you need to get some serious writing done? Then join us for our May 3-Day Writing Boot Camp!

Here is how it goes: you show up to write, and we provide snacks, coffee, a productive work environment, and tutoring support. Come see for yourself how writing with others can help boost your productivity. This is a free event for AS&E graduate students.

Dates: Tuesday, 5/14 - Thursday, 5/16

Time: 9am-2pm each day*

Location: Rush Rhees Library G-121 Conference Room B

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Registration & Deposits: Registration is limited to 15 AS&E graduate students on a first-come, first-served basis. A $50 deposit is due upon registration (and refunded after completion of Boot Camp).

Tutoring Appointments

The Writing and Speaking Fellows are closed until the Fall 2019 semester. Limited Writing Consultant summer hours will be announced soon.

2019Writing Colloquium

Submissions are now closed for the 2019 Undergraduate Writing Colloquium Contest. Thank you to everyone who submitted an entry. Here is a list of this year's winners!

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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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