Hours

Make an Online Appointment

Call

601-979-0694, 601-979-0989

Email

wrightcenter@jsums.edu

Location

H. T. Sampson Library
1st Floor
Digital Intellectual Commons

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Class Visits

Invite us to your class – to inform students about RWC and its resources and/or to facilitate a workshop on a topic you would like for your students. ​See suggested topics below.

We also offer course visits to online classes via Canvas, Zoom, or Google Hangouts. In a synchronous live meeting, a RWC staff member will provide information on RWC resources, facilitate a workshop on a topic requested by the course instructor, and answer questions.

Request a class visit or workshop here.

You may also send your request to Dr. Kathi Griffin, kathi.r.griffin@jsums.edu, or Dr. Tatiana Glushko, tatiana.glushko@jsums.edu.

Suggested Topics for

Writing Workshops

  • Understanding Your Assignment
  • Finding a Topic
  • Narrowing Your Topic
  • Thesis Statements that Work
  • Supporting an Argument
  • Writing Under Pressure
  • Citation & Documentation
  • Integrating Sources
  • Editing & Proofreading Strategies
  • Other ________

Rhetoric Workshops                                                   

  • Evaluating Sources
  • Building Credibility
  • Personal Statements
  • Presentations and Visual Aides
  • Effective Conference Posters
  •  Other _______

Research Workshops

  • Writing a Research Proposal
  • Parts of a Research Paper
  • Refining Research Questions
  • Finding Credible Evidence
  • Other ______

For Your Syllabus – Paragraph about RWC

To inform your students about the RWC, please include the paragraph below in your syllabus. We also encourage you to read our blog post What We Do and Why.

Richard Wright Center (RWC): The Richard Wright Center for Writing, Rhetoric, and Research provides an environment for intellectual engagement beyond the classroom. At any stage of the creative and research processes, students may interact with trained tutors using technology to develop written, oral, and visual representations of their ideas for an academic audience. Location: H. T. Sampson Library, 1st floor. For hours, workshops, writing resources, or to make an appointment, go to www.jsums.edu/wrightcenter, or call 601-979-0694.