Workshops

In addition to consultations, the Writing Center offers several writing workshops throughout each semester. Some topics may vary from semester to semester, but we try to cover a variety of high order concern workshops (thesis development, logic, coherence, organization, research, etc.) as well as low order concern workshops (grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, etc.). Check this page often for updated information, dates, and locations.

The Baker's Dirty Dozen Workshop Series

Offered Fall Semesters

The Writing Center offers a seven-part Dirty Dozen workshop series every semester. These 45-minute workshops are designed to help writers recognize and avoid common grammatical errors. To attend a workshop, simply show up at the appointed place and time of the session, as detailed below. There is no pre-registration or sign up required.

Writing for Success: From Research to Real World Workshop Series

Offered Spring Semesters

Do you have research paper anxiety? Join the Writing Center and learn the art of research writing, from evaluating your topic to researching to developing your paper (and so much more!). Build skills that transcend academic writing and move you into the professional world! There is no pre-registration or sign up required.

More Information

For additional assistance with Dirty Dozen errors, we encourage you to take advantage of our Quick and Dirty Dozen videos, Dirty Dozen Workshop PowerPoint Slides, and/or Dirty Dozen Quiz Series. You can also schedule a Writing Center Consultation to work one-on-one with a consultant.

Is there a workshop that you'd like to see the Writing Center offer? Please let us know!

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