Resources

Student Resources

We understand that sometimes it can be difficult to schedule an appointment at the Writing Center. We also understand that writing doesn't always take place during Writing Center hours. So we've put together some online resources that we hope will provide guidance and support as you write, even when we can't physically be there for you. Check back often for updates and please let us know if we've missed a really great resource.

Faculty & Staff Resources

  • Faculty Writing Center Presentation Request Form
  • Check out "30 Ideas for Teaching Writing" from the National Writing Project (NWP) (also, you might want to peruse the many additional useful links available on this website): http://www.nwp.org/cs/public/print/resource/922
  • You don't have to be a member of the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education to take advantage of the valuable resources, practices, webinars, and blog articles that the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society website offers: http://www.contemplativemind.org/
  • While much of the content of the Chronicle of Higher Education's website is only available to subscribers, the general public can still access some of the articles (especially those articles in the Blogs and Advice sections). If you're not a subscriber, look for titles without a small padlock symbol next to them for access to content: http://chronicle.com/section/Home/5
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"gallery goes POP: Warhol" Art Exhibition

Exhibition Dates: Feb. 7 - Apr. 12, 2019

The current exhibition entitled “gallery goes P O P: Warhol" is an exhibition featuring 34 silk...

23rd B. F. Stone Lyceum: "The Biology of Monogamy"

Dr. Scott Robertson, Assistant Professor of Biology, will be the featured speaker for the 23rd B. F. Stone Lyceum, and he will be...

Womack Lecture: “Why Eating Matters”

Norman Wirzba, Ph.D., is the Gilbert T. Rowe Distinguished Professor of Theology at Duke University, and also a Senior Fellow at Duke’s Kenan Institute...