Emory Writing Center will continue its distance tutoring pilot program during summer 2018. Distance tutoring appointments are reserved for students who are living or working outside of the Atlanta metropolitan area and local students who are registered with Access, Disability Services, and Resources (ADSR). For more information about the Writing Center’s distance tutoring program, visit our policies webpage or contact us at email@example.com.
Did you know that the Emory Writing Center is open during the summer? We have experienced graduate and undergraduate student tutors available from May 22 to August 2. Our summer hours are Tuesdays 12-5 PM, Wednesdays 12-7 PM, and Thursdays 2-6 PM.
We support course-based writing from all disciplines—sciences, social sciences, and humanities—and non-course-based writing (e.g. application essays, creative writing, etc.) of students enrolled in Emory College or Laney Graduate School classes, from pre-college students to dissertators.
For more information about the Writing Center, who we serve, and how to make an appointment, please visit our website (writingcenter.emory.edu). We look forward to seeing you in the Writing Center.
Have a great summer!
2017 – 2018 Emory Writing Center Staff
Emory Writing Center will begin recruiting for 2018-2019 undergraduate tutors and graduate fellows next month. Graduate fellow applications are due by February 19th, and undergraduate tutor applications are due by February 26th. We encourage students of all disciplines to apply. Visit http://writingcenter.emory.edu/students/work_for_us.html for more information and application instructions. And be sure to attend one of our info sessions to learn more about the positions, meet some of our staff, and ask questions!
Info Session 1
Wednesday, Feb. 7, 4 – 5 pm
Info Session 2
Thursday, Feb. 15, 4 – 5 pm
Emory Writing Center will offer extended hours on select days to meet the extra demand for tutoring appointments during the final 14 days of the semester. The Writing Center schedule for final 14 is below (with extended hours highlighted).
MON, 11/27 – 12 PM – 8 PM
TUE, 11/28 – 12 PM – 8 PM
WED, 11/29 – 10 AM – 8 PM
THU, 11/30 – 12 PM – 8 PM
FRI, 12/1 – 12 PM – 8 PM
SAT, 12/2 – Closed
SUN, 12/3 – 10 AM – 5 PM
MON, 12/4 – 12 PM – 8 PM
TUE, 12/5 – 12 PM – 8 PM
WED, 12/6 – 10 AM – 8 PM
THU, 12/7 – 12 PM – 8 PM
FRI, 12/8 – 12 PM – 8 PM
SAT, 12/9 – Closed
SUN, 12/10* – 10 AM – 5 PM
*SUN, 12/10, is the Writing Center’s last day of operation for fall 2017.
Check WCOnline for extra tutor availability and to make an appointment, as we can only see walk-in clients on a limited basis.
Please be reminded that we cannot tutor take home exams without the written consent of your instructor. Visit our website for our full appointment guidelines and policies.
Congratulations to Alejandro Pérez and Monjori Mukerjee, first and second place winners of Emory Writing Center’s National Day on Writing poetry contest! Alejandro and Monjori’s poems were selected by a panel of judges from Emory’s Creative Writing Program. Their poems can be read below.
Thanks to everyone who participated in this poetry contest and helped to make our National Day on Writing celebration a success!
In case you missed it, you can check out more about the Writing Center’s National Day on Writing celebration here.
Poetry Contest Winners
First Place Winner: Alejandro Pérez
Prize: $20 Amazon.com gift card
Road to the left, road
to the right, walk down the middle,
with one foot in each.
The sky is cold, it
looks warm from afar, touch it
and your hand will freeze.
Second Place Winner: Monjori Mukerjee
Prize: $15 Amazon.com gift card
Why I write, you ask?
I write for me;
to find my deepest thoughts,
# Why I write?
I write for therapy,
to thank the unknown for what I got.
Occasionally I write to hate on Trump,
or the next white aged man who tells me what
with my body and my uterus.
Do you enjoy writing?
Are you curious about other writing systems?
Are you interested in what the linguistic landscape looks like in other cultures?
Do you like pizza?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you are sure to enjoy this event!
The Emory Writing Center will be celebrating the National Day on Writing from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm in Centro Latino (AMUC 116).
The celebration will include:
• Writing contests with prizes for the winners (haikus and two-minute poetry)
• Live calligraphy display (learn about Chinese and Japanese writing systems. Get your name written in Tibetan!)
• Photographic exhibition of linguistics landscapes around the globe
• Good music and conversations
• Complimentary pizza and refreshments
We hope to see you there! Even if you can’t make it to the live event, drop by the Writing Center (Callaway N212) between 12:00 pm and 5:00 pm for light refreshments.
Be sure to follow us on social media, and tell us—in whatever language(s) you like—why you write!
Emory Writing Center tutors will be at the T1 lounge on Wednesday, October 11 at 8:00 PM to introduce the Writing Center and our services to Emory students. Come by, learn why the Writing Center is a great resource, have refreshments, and maybe learn a quick writing tip or two. We hope to see you there!
In partnership with the Laney Graduate School and the Woodruff Library Outreach and Education Committee, the Emory Writing Center is pleased to announce the 2017 Dissertation Writing Boot Camps. For more information and to register, please go to http://web.library.emory.edu/news-events/upcoming-classes.html. Spaces fill up quickly, so register today!
Emory Writing Center will continue its distance tutoring pilot program during summer 2017. Distance tutoring appointments are reserved for students who are living or working outside of the Atlanta metropolitan area and local students who are registered with Access, Disability Services, and Resources (ADSR). For more information about the Writing Center’s distance tutoring program, visit our policies webpage or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.