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Grad Student Resources at UWC

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Graduate Student Resources
at the UWC
The University Writing Center
presents:
Questions?

Comments?

Concerns?
Thanks!
Undergraduate Writing Cener
FAC 211 - 512-471-6222 - uwc.utexas.edu
UWC

Free UWC Support
for all Grad Students
Consultations
Retreats
Writing groups
Presentations
Online Resources
The University Writing Center
The Learning Commons at PCL
(Ground Level, turn left)
512-471-6222


Graduate Writing Coordinators:
Dr. Sara Saylor - sarasaylor@gmail.com
Dr. Tom Lindsay - thomas.e.lindsay@utexas.edu



uwc.utexas.edu/graduate-students
Questions?

Comments?

Concerns?
Thanks!
University Writing Center
PCL 2.330 | 512-471-6222 | uwc.utexas.edu
Appointment time has passed
Appointment is filled
Appointment is open
The University Writing Center
Anyone enrolled in a UT undergraduate class
One-on-one expert writing help
45 minute personalized consultations
Any piece of writing at any stage
Non-directive
Non-evaluative
Diagnostic outside readers
The University Writing Center
FAC 211
M-Th 10-8; F 10-3
512-471-6222
Information, writing help, teaching resources, and
online appointment-scheduling
available at:
uwc.utexas.edu
For consultations...
Make an appointment (
online
at uwc.utexas.edu),
Or walk in.
Be sure to bring...
The writing prompt or assignment description,
Your brainstorming notes,
Your current draft,
Instructor comments,
And/or any other materials related to the piece of writing.
Introduction to the UWC
The University Writing Center
presents:
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One-on-one writing help
45-minute personalized consultations
Any piece of writing at any stage
Up to 8 pages per session
Up to 4 visits per month
Non-directive, non-evaluative
Schedule online at uwc.utexas.edu
Consultations
Retreats

Graduate Writing Retreats

Structured quiet writing sessions
Optional support from writing consultants
Coffee and snacks provided by the Graduate School
9-5 in the UWC

Next Retreats:
Saturday, Feb 25
Sat, March 25
Sat, April 29

Register online at uwc.utexas.edu/grad
Writing Groups
Interdisciplinary groups of up to 8 students, led by UWC facilitators

Next group cycle:
3/20-5/5
Registration deadline:
Thursday, March 8
Meeting Times:
One hour per week in the UWC (PCL 2.330) for 7 weeks

Group Options:

Sustained Writing
Peer Workshop
Writing Your Dissertation
Writing Your Journal Article (12 Weeks)
Writing Skills for International Students

Register online at http://uwc.utexas.edu/graduate-students/
Presentations
UWC Presenters can visit your graduate class, orientation, student group, or undergraduate class. Presentations include:

Resources for Graduate Students at the UWC
Transitioning from College to Graduate School
Starting Your Own Writing Group
Professional Writing Habits for Dissertation Writers

Read more and view slides at uwc.utexas.edu/presentations/
presentations@uwc.utexas.edu
PCL Learning Commons Resources

The Public Speaking Center

UT Librarians by appointment

UT Libraries "Chat with a librarian"

The University Writing Center
Graduate Writing Support:
Myths and Misconceptions
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