The Writing Center
The Writing Center is an invaluable resource for undergrad and grad students as well as faculty at CMU. Their aim is to help develop writing skills for all disciplines through one-on-one workshopping with trained staff. Whether you’d like help with global issues such as paper organization or with more focused issues such as citation or paraphrasing, signing up for a 50-minute session at the Writing Center can help you substantially.
Walk-in hours and appointments are available at the locations listed below:
Their current hours and phone numbers can be found on their website.
Grad Benefits and Privileges
Graduate students have a unique opportunity available through The Writing Center; they can take ENG 299, a personal writing workshop. With this class, the graduate student gets scheduled weekly one-on-one meetings with a Writing Center employee to work more extensively on their writing projects for a semester.
Holly Lewis is in the second year of master’s work in children’s literature. Her interests and research focus surrounds the depiction of gender and sexuality in YA literature. When not teaching ENG 101 or doing schoolwork, Holly can be found binge watching Criminal Minds, writing picture books, or playing with her daughter, Zoey.
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