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The Graduate College partners with the KSU Writing Center to provide two specialized writing assistants for graduate student writers. Graduate students who would like to establish ongoing appointments with one of these assistants should contact .

Graduate Student Life Write-In Day - Graduate Student Life

UTSA offers graduate student writing support

Publishing Archaeology: Should graduate students write book reviews?

WriteFest is a program offered by the Miller Writing Center to support graduate student writing in all disciplines. Join us for concentrated work on your writing. Coffee and light refreshments will be provided.

Social Work Graduate Student Writing Center Workshop

My first thanks go to the many current and former graduate students with whom I have had the pleasure of working during my time at Cornell. Special thanks to those who contributed to the ongoing study of graduate student writing and teaching which provided the material at the heart of this article. Thanks to Davydd Greenwood and Nerissa Russell for sharing results —both the summary report and some of the survey data—from the self-study conducted by Cornell's Department of Anthropology. Thanks to my colleagues at the Knight Institute for providing a supportive and engaging place to work, teach, and write. It's been a particular honor to collaborate with colleagues in our graduate training programs: this work has provided some of my greatest learning and teaching opportunities. Thanks to David Faulkner and Paul Sawyer who read portions of this essay in progress. Thanks, as always, to Deborah Starr, who is my closest colleague and friend, in addition to being my wife.

Tips for Graduate Student Writing (NCA&T)
Summary: The resources available in this section provide the user with the materials that they would need to hold a writing workshop for graduate students. While these resources do not target a particular kind of writing (e.g., writing for courses, writing for publication, or writing thesis and dissertations), it does provide the needed structure act as a sort of graduate student writing workshop-in-a-box. Summary: The resources available in this section provide the user with the materials that they would need to hold a writing workshop for graduate students. While these resources do not target a particular kind of writing (e.g., writing for courses, writing for publication, or writing thesis and dissertations), it does provide the needed structure act as a sort of graduate student writing workshop-in-a-box.
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IWCA Position Statement on Graduate Student Writing

When I began directing Writing 7100 I initiated curricular changes intended, in part, to foreground the value of the course to the people who were required to take it. I hope this value is now apparent—not when the course ends, or years later, after they have enough teaching experience to value the experience—but before students walk into the first session on the first day. One of the most significant changes turned out to involve making graduate student writing an explicit element of the course, particularly through the first writing assignment (about which I say more below). During the time I have taught 7100 and 7101, I have learned to see attention to graduate writing as a way to foreground the value of these courses. Since graduate students have to write their way out of graduate school, and (hopefully) into jobs, a course that helps them develop as writers, even if that is not its primary function, is of real and lasting value.

Graduate Student Writing Group: Sit Down and Write

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The offers free writing consultation services to all enrolled UCLA graduate and professional school students. Meet with a trained and experienced graduate student writing consultant to work on writing issues ranging from organization and style to grammar and syntax. Appointments are available Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Please visit the webpage for more information about our writing consultants, scheduling an appointment, and the GWC writing workshops.

Graduate Student Writing Center Opens in Spring 2015

Herring Graduate Student Writing Award

Abstract: This article argues that teaching writing can help graduate students become better writers. Each year, more than 100 graduate students from more than thirty departments participate in one of two training courses offered through Cornell's John S. Knight Institute for Writing in the Disciplines. This article describes some of how these courses engage with graduate student writing practices, and what Knight Institute faculty have learned from these students about graduate student writing. The article describes specific features of the training curricula that help graduate students learn to write as academic professionals. Primary source material is drawn from writing produced by graduate students in course evaluations, assignments, or in response to surveys sent to current and former graduate students. Graduate student observations that figure prominently in this article include a focus on writing process; the connection between teaching writing and learning to be a better writer; the value of reflection; and the efficacy of building communities where writers read each other's work.