Workshops & Events
The GWRC offers workshops other events each semester. Common topics include “Writing a Literature Review,” “Crafting a Personal Statement,” and “Creating Your Job Search Materials.” The GWRC's director or tutors may also be able to provide a classroom-based workshop for your students. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Write Now: A Dedicated Space for Writing
Friends of the Library Room (3rd fl.) | 10 AM - noon
September 18, October 16, and November 20
If one of your biggest writing challenges is making time, then Write Now is for you. Join us once a month for two hours of dedicated writing time. Bring your laptop, headphones, research materials, etc. A tutor will be available to answer questions, but there is no formal presentation. Write now!
The Long Night Against Procrastination
Faculty Commons & Friends of the Library Room (3rd fl.) | 6 PM - midnight
April 12, 2016
Get moving on your end-of-semester writing projects by joining us for the Long Night Against Procrastination. Bring your laptops, books, and notes and take part in the GWRC's six-hour writing marathon. GWRC tutors and librarians will be available to assist you. We'll also provide plenty of snacks and caffeine!
Check back in late August for additional fall workshops!