We offer workshops and roundtables on specific writing, research, and presentation issues for undergraduate and graduate students. Faculty are also welcome to join the conversation.
- "For excellence, the presence of others is always required." -Hannah Arendt
Workshops to Prepare for Exams
Undergraduate English Proficiency Exam (UEPE)
Exam date – Tue, March 17
Workshop 1: Tues March 3 @ 12 noon–12:45 PM
Workshop 2: Wed March 4 @ 3:00–3:45 PM
Find out more about the UEPE.
Graduate English Competency Exam (GECE)
Exam date – Sat, March 7
Workshop 1: Wed Feb. 25 @ 5:30–6:30 PM
Workshop 2: Thur Feb. 26 @ 3:00–4:00 PM
Find out more about the GECE.
Monday, Tuesday 12:00–12:30 PM
Wednesday, Thursday 3:00–3:30 PM
- Feb. 2–5 Focus on Organization: Making Your Paper or Speech Flow
- Feb. 9–12 Documentation: Building Your Credibility as a Scholar
- Feb. 16–19 Writing Under Pressure: The Art of Procrastination
- March 23–26 Focus on Editing: “I Was Told I Need to Proofread My Paper”
- March 30–Apr 2 Speaking: "Say What?"
Thesis & Dissertation Roundtable Discussions (Monthly)
Roundtable discussions provide an opportunity for graduate students (and faculty) to talk about the process of writing and research. Each discussion focuses on a different aspect of a thesis or dissertation. The spring series of roundtables continues a conversation that started in the fall 2014 when participants articulated their research questions, defined and described their research problems, and discussed their questions about writing the literature review and methodology sections. Please bring your questions!
Wednesdays 5:30–7:00 PM
- January 21 Writing up the "Results" of Your Research
- February 18 What Is a "Discussion Chapter"?
- March 25 Presenting Research Orally and Visually
Location: Richard Wright Center, 1st floor, H.T. Sampson Library.
For additional information, please contact Dr. Kathi Griffin at email@example.com or 601-979-0989 or Dr. Tatiana Glushko at firstname.lastname@example.org or 601-979-1777.