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  • University Writing Center - Home
    Requirements Rubric for W Courses C Course Approval Checklist of C Course Requirements Rubric for C Courses Assessing W C Courses W C Course Facts Faculty Senate Resolution 20 108 Forms W C Course Advisory Committee Course Advisory Committee Roster Course Advisory Committee Agenda Course Proposals Under Review Hire an Editor Advisors Advisor Resources Forms W C Course Facts Approved W C Courses Help for Students Consultants Consultant Resources Consulting Tips Links Academic Writing for Consultants Conducting a Consultation Consultations Addressing Attitudes Setting Goals Consulting with Graduate Students Correspondence Letters Memos Emails Document Design English 104 Consultations Ethics in the UWC Grammar Basics for the Consultant Learning Styles Paragraphs For Consultants Personal Statements Plagiarism Record Keeping in the UWC Referring Clients to TAMU Resources Safety in the UWC Technical Scientific Writing The Writing Process for Consultants Writing About Literature for Consultants Prepare for Events Search for Creative writing workshop Is This Real Life set for 7 p m October 22nd Aspiring poets and fiction writers are invited to our creative writing workshop offered in conjunction with the upcoming TAMU Secrets and Stories installation at the Reynolds Gallery Is This Real Life will help students learn how to turn their personal experiences into short fiction and poetry Facilitators from both the UWC and The Eckleburg Project will help students develop new work participants will also have a chance to read their creations at the exhibit s opening reception on October 29th Interested Learn more here Up Coming 19 Oct Graduate Student Workshop Interviewing with Dr Katharyn Stober from the Career Center ics format rss format rss format rss format 22 Oct Is This Real Life Creative Writing Workshop for Poetry and Prose ics format rss format rss format rss format 26 Oct Graduate Student Workshop Grant Writing ics format rss format

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  • University Writing Center - Home
    Requirements Rubric for W Courses C Course Approval Checklist of C Course Requirements Rubric for C Courses Assessing W C Courses W C Course Facts Faculty Senate Resolution 20 108 Forms W C Course Advisory Committee Course Advisory Committee Roster Course Advisory Committee Agenda Course Proposals Under Review Hire an Editor Advisors Advisor Resources Forms W C Course Facts Approved W C Courses Help for Students Consultants Consultant Resources Consulting Tips Links Academic Writing for Consultants Conducting a Consultation Consultations Addressing Attitudes Setting Goals Consulting with Graduate Students Correspondence Letters Memos Emails Document Design English 104 Consultations Ethics in the UWC Grammar Basics for the Consultant Learning Styles Paragraphs For Consultants Personal Statements Plagiarism Record Keeping in the UWC Referring Clients to TAMU Resources Safety in the UWC Technical Scientific Writing The Writing Process for Consultants Writing About Literature for Consultants Prepare for Events Search for Creative writing workshop Is This Real Life set for 7 p m October 22nd Aspiring poets and fiction writers are invited to our creative writing workshop offered in conjunction with the upcoming TAMU Secrets and Stories installation at the Reynolds Gallery Is This Real Life will help students learn how to turn their personal experiences into short fiction and poetry Facilitators from both the UWC and The Eckleburg Project will help students develop new work participants will also have a chance to read their creations at the exhibit s opening reception on October 29th Interested Learn more here Up Coming 19 Oct Graduate Student Workshop Interviewing with Dr Katharyn Stober from the Career Center ics format rss format rss format rss format 22 Oct Is This Real Life Creative Writing Workshop for Poetry and Prose ics format rss format rss format rss format 26 Oct Graduate Student Workshop Grant Writing ics format rss format

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  • University Writing Center - Mission
    the Consultant Learning Styles Paragraphs For Consultants Personal Statements Plagiarism Record Keeping in the UWC Referring Clients to TAMU Resources Safety in the UWC Technical Scientific Writing The Writing Process for Consultants Writing About Literature for Consultants Prepare for Events Search for The UWC Mission Mission News Request an Event or Resource Table Contact Us Staff Directory Facilities Cleopatra Scheduler Work with Us Words of Wisdom Writing and reading decrease our sense of isolation They deepen and widen and expand our sense of life they feed the soul When writers make us shake our heads with the exactness of their prose and their truths and even make us laugh about ourselves or life our buoyancy is restored We are given a shot at dancing with or at least clapping along with the absurdity of life instead of being squashed by it over and over again Anne Lamott The University Writing Center supports writing and public speaking for graduate and undergraduate students across the university with particular emphasis on supporting W and C courses To help students practice the habits of mature composers of written and oral communication we provide one to one consulting sessions and other resources such as online handouts and workshops on writing and speaking We assist faculty in integrating writing and oral communication into courses We acknowledge and celebrate language diversity and growth We provide an environment in which students learning differences are respected and addressed and where students are encouraged to explore their diverse voices We embrace the university s diversity initiatives and continually assess our progress to maintain accountability to and recognition of our unique Aggie community As a unit of Undergraduate Studies the University Writing Center shares a mission to help undergraduates reach their full academic potential enrich their educational program with deep and

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  • University Writing Center - News
    their skills in a relaxed informal setting Students participating in the UWC programs will have the chance to earn one Professional Development Unit PDU toward the new G R A D Aggies Professional Development Certificate While most of the workshops will be presented by UWC consultants the series will feature two guest speakers Dr Katharyn Stober of the Career Center will talk about interviewing and the UWC s own Dr Candace Hastings Schaefer will look at the writing process for one session and preparing a lit review for another Registration for each workshop will open one week before the event See the full list of workshop topics here Registation for the first workshop which focuses on how to improve your Proofreading skills is now open Evans Library Open House 1 3 on August 26th Evans Library will be hosting a Gig Em Week Open House on Wednesday August 26th from 1 to 3 p m Come by the library for games free food and a Happy T shirt as you learn about library services We ll be hosting a Graffiti Wall where you can post your message to share with your fellow Aggies Come by and write with us Faculty Workshop looks at visual communication Visual communication will be the focus for this summer s UWC faculty workshop set for Friday July 10th The new TAMU core curriculum and the TAMU Undergraduate Learning Outcomes both call for greater attention to oral written and visual communication The Eyes Have It Teaching Visual Communication a faculty workshop sponsored by the University Writing Center will focus on teaching students to use visuals effectively in their own work We will meet in Evans Library Room 211 from 8 30 am to noon on Friday July 10 From the Department of English and the University Writing Center Dr Valerie Balester will cover the rhetoric of visuals and using visuals to support an argument Dr Sue Geller of Mathematics will cover helping students understand how to create accurate and ethical visuals and different ways to present the same data visually and Dr Shari Yvon Lewis of Oceanography will cover how visual communication changes with different manners of presentation such as papers posters and presentations and for different genres or styles The workshop is open to all faculty or graduate instructors space is limited however so register now to reserve a space A light breakfast will be served Registration is now open UWC debuts new rap video Plagiarize Our latest music video explores the dangers of plagiarism The UWC s own MC Grammar Punch teams up with his buddy Big Punz to help an Aggie writer avoid the plagiarist s world of sloppy citations lazy notetaking and inappropriate cutting and pasting all in a musical homage to Notorious B I G s Hypnotize https www youtube com watch v bWzhNyUAJvo Aggie Voices 2015 Contest Winners Announced The University Writing Center is pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Aggie Voices Writing Video Contest for undergraduates Writing

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  • University Writing Center - Request an Event or Resource Table
    with Graduate Students Correspondence Letters Memos Emails Document Design English 104 Consultations Ethics in the UWC Grammar Basics for the Consultant Learning Styles Paragraphs For Consultants Personal Statements Plagiarism Record Keeping in the UWC Referring Clients to TAMU Resources Safety in the UWC Technical Scientific Writing The Writing Process for Consultants Writing About Literature for Consultants Prepare for Events Search for Events Resource Tables Mission News Request an Event or Resource Table Contact Us Staff Directory Facilities Cleopatra Scheduler Work with Us Words of Wisdom More than kisses letters mingle souls for thus friends absent speak John Donne The University Writing Center offers custom designed events on writing or public speaking on a limited basis Because we are primarily student fee funded most of our events are for campus organizations although we can consider other requests if adequate resources are available If you want an event for a class see the button at the bottom of this page Our most commonly requested events are customized for marketing workshops and writing studios We also offer resources tables All are described below Customized Marketing We can attend your event to pass out fliers organize games or answer questions that promote our services Workshops We will come to your location and present from the list of workshop topics at the bottom of this page We strive to make our workshops interactive and you will find that many involve games polls or discussions Some customization can be accommodated Writing or Speaking Studios We will visit your location and be available to help students while they work on drafts or practice presentations As needed we can provide instruction discussion and peer response activities Writing or Speaking Studios can be set up for multiple meetings They are designed to help students devote more time to their projects and to develop good composing and delivery habits Resource Tables We can set up an information table at your event to familiarize students with the writing center Before requesting an event please read our policies below Request an Event Outside a Scheduled Class Time Policies for University Writing Center Events 12 14 business days notice is required to schedule most events We cannot guarantee the first choice of date An instructor an assistant or an organization representative with authority must be present during events We will email you before the event To ensure the best experience for participants we ask that you respond immediately to the email and mention any modifications or changes you d like to see If you do not hear from us within five business days confirming your request please email us at uwc tamu edu Workshop Topics Overview of UWC Services for Undergraduates 10 15 minutes Abstracts 20 40 minutes Avoiding Plagiarism 35 45 minutes Grammar and Punctuation for Writers 45 50 minutes Managing Group Writing Projects 15 25 minutes Oral Presentations 35 50 minutes Research Posters 20 40 minutes Scientific Writing 25 35 minutes The Writing Process 20 40 minutes Writing Clearly and Concisely

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  • University Writing Center - Contact Us
    of C Course Requirements Rubric for C Courses Assessing W C Courses W C Course Facts Faculty Senate Resolution 20 108 Forms W C Course Advisory Committee Course Advisory Committee Roster Course Advisory Committee Agenda Course Proposals Under Review Hire an Editor Advisors Advisor Resources Forms W C Course Facts Approved W C Courses Help for Students Consultants Consultant Resources Consulting Tips Links Academic Writing for Consultants Conducting a Consultation Consultations Addressing Attitudes Setting Goals Consulting with Graduate Students Correspondence Letters Memos Emails Document Design English 104 Consultations Ethics in the UWC Grammar Basics for the Consultant Learning Styles Paragraphs For Consultants Personal Statements Plagiarism Record Keeping in the UWC Referring Clients to TAMU Resources Safety in the UWC Technical Scientific Writing The Writing Process for Consultants Writing About Literature for Consultants Prepare for Events Search for Contact Us Mission News Request an Event or Resource Table Contact Us Staff Directory Facilities Cleopatra Scheduler Work with Us Words of Wisdom All you have to do is write one true sentence Write the truest sentence that you know Ernest Hemingway Check out our Hours Locations page to see what the best time to call is Trying to get in touch with a particular staff member Head to the Staff Directory Phone 979 458 1455 Fax 979 458 1466 Or fill out this form and we will get in touch with you shortly Name Email Message Answer the question below nine six please enter the answer to the question or statement About Us Contact Us Up Coming 19 Oct Graduate Student Workshop Interviewing with Dr Katharyn Stober from the Career Center ics format rss format rss format rss format 22 Oct Is This Real Life Creative Writing Workshop for Poetry and Prose ics format rss format rss format rss format 26 Oct

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  • University Writing Center - Staff Directory
    C Courses Help for Students Consultants Consultant Resources Consulting Tips Links Academic Writing for Consultants Conducting a Consultation Consultations Addressing Attitudes Setting Goals Consulting with Graduate Students Correspondence Letters Memos Emails Document Design English 104 Consultations Ethics in the UWC Grammar Basics for the Consultant Learning Styles Paragraphs For Consultants Personal Statements Plagiarism Record Keeping in the UWC Referring Clients to TAMU Resources Safety in the UWC Technical Scientific Writing The Writing Process for Consultants Writing About Literature for Consultants Prepare for Events Search for STAFF DIRECTORY Mission News Request an Event or Resource Table Contact Us Staff Directory Facilities Cleopatra Scheduler Work with Us Words of Wisdom You don t start out writing good stuff You start out writing crap and thinking it s good stuff and then gradually you get better at it That s why I say one of the most valuable traits is persistence Octavia Butler Print Dr Valerie Balester Executive Director Phone 979 458 1420 Email v balester tamu edu Evans Library 214 5000 TAMU C V Brief Biography Dr Candace Hastings Associate Director Phone 979 845 7298 Email candace tamu edu Evans Library 214 5000 TAMU C V Brief Biography Donna Pantel Administrative Assistant Phone 979 845 7297 Email dpantel tamu edu Evans 214 5000 TAMU Bailie Wilson Senior Office Assistant Phone 979 458 1455 Email bailie12 tamu edu 214 Evans 5000 TAMU Nancy Vazquez Writing Consultant III Phone 979 845 2077 Email nvazquez tamu edu Evans Library 214 5000 TAMU Thadeus Bowerman Writing Consultant III Phone 979 845 2110 Email thadeus tamu edu Evans Library 214 5000 TAMU Florence Davies Writing Consultant III Phone 979 845 2077 Email fsdavies09 tamu edu Evans Library 214 5000 TAMU Gabe Salas Video Coordinator Phone 979 458 1455 Email gabes tamu edu Evans Library 214 5000 TAMU

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  • University Writing Center - Facilities
    Courses W C Course Facts Faculty Senate Resolution 20 108 Forms W C Course Advisory Committee Course Advisory Committee Roster Course Advisory Committee Agenda Course Proposals Under Review Hire an Editor Advisors Advisor Resources Forms W C Course Facts Approved W C Courses Help for Students Consultants Consultant Resources Consulting Tips Links Academic Writing for Consultants Conducting a Consultation Consultations Addressing Attitudes Setting Goals Consulting with Graduate Students Correspondence Letters Memos Emails Document Design English 104 Consultations Ethics in the UWC Grammar Basics for the Consultant Learning Styles Paragraphs For Consultants Personal Statements Plagiarism Record Keeping in the UWC Referring Clients to TAMU Resources Safety in the UWC Technical Scientific Writing The Writing Process for Consultants Writing About Literature for Consultants Prepare for Events Search for FACILITIES Mission News Request an Event or Resource Table Contact Us Staff Directory Facilities Cleopatra Scheduler Work with Us Words of Wisdom If you don t have time to read you don t have the time or the tools to write Simple as that Stephen King Take a peek at our facilities located in Evans and West Campus Libraries at Texas A M University If you re interested in how we use our space watch our video tour below It s divided into areas and functions so you can view the parts that interest you most Transcript Close Reception Consultations Living Room Conference Room Consultant Offices We have five administrative offices one each for the executive director the associate director the administrative assistant the media team and our 3 full time consultants Floor Plan About Us Facilities Up Coming 19 Oct Graduate Student Workshop Interviewing with Dr Katharyn Stober from the Career Center ics format rss format rss format rss format 22 Oct Is This Real Life Creative Writing Workshop for Poetry and Prose

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