Answered By: Emily Dahlen
Last Updated: May 03, 2016     Views: 365

The Academic Skills Center, in conjunction with the Writing Center, now offers writing workshops on revising and editing the proposal for doctoral candidates. The workshops are six weeks long, and give students small group and individualized attention while they work on revising and editing drafts of their proposal. During the workshops students receive instruction, feedback, and support from both the instructor and peers. The workshops cost $245 each and are not credit bearing.

There are currently two workshops available to both quarters and semesters students, and two more will launch in 2015:

To register, students must email their academic advisor (contact information for Academic Advising) and attach a 2-3 page excerpt from the relevant portion of their proposal draft (e.g., for the workshop on the introduction, students must include an excerpt from their introduction).

If you have any questions about the workshops, please visit the workshops webpage or e-mail the WCSS Courses team.  

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