Interactive exercises AWE includes ten sets of exercises on a variety of topics, and many more tasks for you to try to on your own. Exercises include real examples of real academic English, and because it's an app, AWE refreshes its exercises so that you can continue to practice each topic. Nota Bene: This workshop does not teach speed-reading techniques. Friday, October 2nd, pm, location: Conference Room 2, Student Activities Center (basement level) (map academic Writing Skills Workshop for ESL Graduate Students, adrienne Lynett, Applied Linguistics. WHO IS AWE FOR? AWE is for undergraduates, postgraduates, professional academics and secondary school students preparing for university in short, anyone who does academic writing. It is for native and non-native speakers of English. Selcs Writing Lab, news Events, one-to-one tutorials return after Reading Week until the end of Term 2. Walk in or book via the selcs Writing Lab Moodle. One special week of tutorials available 13-Bring in your Term 1 feedback for discussion with the Lab tutors! Tuesday, September 29th, pm Location: Conference Room 2, Student Activities Center (basement level) (map) rsvp: m/e/writing-successful-grant-and-fellowship-applications-humanities-and-social-sciences-tickets Applying for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Natsuki Atagi, NSF GRF Recipient, Graduate Writing Center Consultant Estevan Hernandez, Graduate Division Fellowships and Financial Services This workshop will discuss strategies for applying for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. The workshop will also cover appropriate ways to respond to student writing, including etiquette for commenting on student papers and best practices for one-on-one meetings with students. The workshop will also offer a few resources for writing paper prompts and integrating writing assignments into a course's design. Details and booking on our Moodle. One-to-one tutorials running Monday to Friday until the end of term 1. Walk-in hours from 12-1 and 5-6 each day. Half-hour appointments between 1 and 5 can be booked via the selcs Writing Lab Moodle.
For more information, click here. Humanities Writing Workshops Writing Successful Grant and Fellowship Applications (Humanities and Social Sciences Focus) Eric Newman, Mellon Grant Recipient, Graduate Writing Consultant Cherie Francis, Graduate Division Fellowships and Financial Services This workshop will first briefly review funding opportunities for graduate students in humanities, social sciences, and related fields.