The Emory Writing Center is now open for Fall 2019. When writers visit us in our new location (Callaway Memorial Center, north building, room N-111), they will notice that we have implemented several changes. Our new hours are Sunday 12pm-8pm, Monday-Thursday 11am-8pm, and Friday 11am-5pm. We have a much larger staff, including English Language Learner (ELL) Specialists. Our ELL tutors have completed extra training enabling them to specialize in tutoring writers for whom English is not a first language.
Though we are experiencing many great changes, the Writing Center remains the same at our core. Our staff still includes talented undergraduate and graduate tutors from a range of disciplines who are eager to work with all writers at all stages of the composing process. So go to emory.mywconline.com and make an appointment to visit our new location today!
Announcing the third graduate dissertation writing boot camp of fall 2018
Date: Saturday, December 8th
Time: 9 AM – 5 PM
Location: Jones Room, Woodruff Library Level 3
Lunch will be served.
For more information and to register, visit http://web.library.emory.edu/news-events/upcoming-classes.html?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D129986058
In partnership with the Laney Graduate School and the Woodruff Library Outreach and Education Committee, Emory Writing Center is pleased to announce the second Dissertation Writing Boot Camp for fall 2018. A one-day boot camp will be held on Saturday, November 10, 2018, 9am – 5pm. For more information and to register, visit the Woodruff Library website. Spaces fill up quickly, so register today!
Emory Writing Center will be celebrating the National Day on Writing on Wednesday, October 24, from 11am to 2pm on the second floor of Woodruff Library. Join us for food, a poetry contest, and fun! Light refreshments will also be available in the Writing Center (Callaway North room N212/N214).
And be sure join writers across the country sharing #WhyIWrite online Saturday, October 20 (the actual National Day on Writing).
In partnership with the Laney Graduate School and the Woodruff Library Outreach and Education Committee, Emory Writing Center is pleased to announce the first Dissertation Writing Boot Camp for fall 2018. A one-day boot camp will be held on Saturday, October 13, 2018, 9am – 5pm. For more information and to register, visit the Woodruff Library website. Spaces fill up quickly, so register today!
Emory Writing Center is proud to announce our staff members presenting at the 2018 International Writing Center Association Conference (IWCA) from October 10 to October 13 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Ramona (Muyi) Li (Undergraduate Tutor) will be presenting her research on Investigating Pedagogy at the Writing Center for Theatre Studies Students on Dramatic Analysis.
Katerina Ganasoulis (Undergraduate Tutor) will present the results of her research on Writing in the Economics Discipline.
Bethany Morrison (former Graduate Coordinator) and Dr. Mandy Suhr-Sytsma (Director) will be leading a workshop on Listening to and Learning from Students of Color.
Congratulations to all of our presenters! View the IWCA 2018 conference program here.
Special congratulations go to Lauren Taylor (Undergraduate Tutor). Lauren has been elected to serve a one-year term as Peer Tutor Representative on the IWCA Board. We are confident that Lauren will represent Emory Writing Center well in this leadership position.
For more information about the International Writing Center Association and this year’s conference, visit http://writingcenters.org/annual-conference-2/.
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!