Meeting Students Where They Are

Mission Statement of The Writing Fellows Program: 

GSU Writing Fellows are committed to working alongside peers, faculty, and students across disciplines in order to foster effective writing practices in the classroom. We hope to improve the understanding of writing as a continual learning process and a developed skill. Fellows are dedicated to fostering an environment of open communication between students and faculty in order that the process of becoming betters writers becomes a collaborative effort. Fellows are dedicated to providing support, guidance, and encouragement to students and faculty in writing intensive courses by developing classroom- and discipline-specific programs such as writing workshops, peer revisions, and individual tutoring sessions.  

Meet the Fellows!

 Hello! My name is Elizabeth and I am the Graduate Assistant for the Writing Fellows. The program offers me invaluable experience toward reaching my career goal of being an English professor when I finish my Masters in English. My work with the Writing Fellows Program has given me the opportunity to view how writing functions across disciplines and has allowed me to utilize the writing thresholds and concepts I have learned as a Writing Fellow. 

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    Outside Resources:

    • Purdue OWL: The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and information to assist students, teachers, writers.
    • The Writing Across the Curriculum Clearinghouse offers broad resources, including books in .pdf that can be downloaded, extensive bibliographies, and links to accessible journals.
    • NoodleTools--NoodleTools is a citation maker used to create citations for books, articles, etc.

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