Who We Are, What We Do
WHAT WE DO
From blank sheet of paper to polished copy, the Graduate Writing Center loves to help bring beautiful words into the world. Do you have punctuation problems? Development dilemmas? Writer's block? Grammar headaches? Word choice worries? Never fear! The Graduate Writing Center is here!
Make an appointment online at www.gwc.genbook.com today!
You can find us on the west wing of the Simoneau house at 456 Van Buren Street. We offer one hour appointments (limited to one per student per week), but if there is an open slot that no one is using, you can just drop in!
The writing center is open from 9am-12pm and 4pm-8pm Monday through Friday.
Category Archives: Announcements
Ellie Wolf is an English as a Second Language instructor with five years of experience as a writing tutor. She graduated from the MIIS MATESOL program in summer 2013 and currently teaches Reading and Writing, Oral Communication, and Active Listening Strategies in the MIIS Intensive … Continue reading
Tired of multi-tasking? Take your writing into your own hands this semester at the graduate writing center. We are now open to serve all of your writing and revision needs. Drop in from 9-12pm Monday through Friday to learn more, … Continue reading
With the first week of tutoring behind us, the Graduate Writing Center would like to extend a welcome to all students by telling you a little about who we are… Kimby Murakami (Mon/Wed 4-6) Kimby Murakami is an MATESOL … Continue reading
New this semester, the GWC is offering IEP-specific tutoring. Need help with writing a paper for one your IEP courses? Sign up to meet with a tutor who has completed the IEP core classes and can guide you. Currently, Lakhpreet … Continue reading
This week’s sign-up sheet is now up and located outside the GWC at the Simoneau House. Last week, appointments filled up quickly, so come by soon to make an appointment this week!
Come on over to the GWC soon! There are only two appointments left: Thursday (Sept 30) at 6pm and Friday (Oct 1) at 3pm. Appointments are limited to one per student per week, and are awarded on a first come, … Continue reading