Friday, December 1, 2023
We are excited to announce the new Graduate Writing Program, a comprehensive six-session professional development curriculum facilitated by the Division of Graduate Studies, the Teaching Engagement Program (TEP), and the Center on Diversity & Community (CoDaC) starting in January 2024. In recognizing the fundamental role writing plays in the scholarly journey, this program aims to address the lack of discipline-specific writing instruction.
The program, led by CoDaC's Writing Consultant, Mike Murashige, Ph.D., goes beyond conventional academic writing guides, delving into advanced strategies, tackling issues like procrastination, writer's block, crafting effective writing plans, and the intricacies of drafting, revision, and publication. Furthermore, we are thrilled to offer a concurrent Graduate Writing Mentorship Program for faculty, encouraging joint participation with graduate advisers to foster a shared language and tools for writing. We strongly invite you to seize this opportunity to enhance your writing skills and embark on a transformative journey from student writers to accomplished scholars. For more information and to apply, email Mike Murashige at email@example.com. Applications are accepted through 11:00 PM on December 1, 2023.