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Writing Mentors

Why use writing mentors?

  • They have been effectively used since 1982.
    • Writing Mentors are called Writing Fellows at many colleges and universities. Since the first Writing Fellows program was established at Brown University in 1982, Writing Fellows programs have been based on the idea that engaging in an active conversation with another person can help writers transform their work and their writing processes.
  • All writers have something to gain from the experience.
  • Writers from any discipline and even experienced writers have room for improvement.
    • Writing Mentors at colleges and universities across the country and even around the world have worked with writers in courses from biology and environmental studies to history and psychology. They work with writers in their first-year as well as those preparing to write a thesis or dissertation, helping writers recognize both areas of strength and areas for improvement in their writing. The Writing Center recruits Writing Mentors from all disciplines, seeking those with a proven performance as writers and a strong interest in and aptitude for helping others write better.
by Mueller, Crystal L last modified Jan 07, 2014 01:30 PM


Monday 8:30  – 6:30

Tuesday 8:30 – 6:30

Wednesday 8:30 – 6:30

Thursday 8:30 – 6:30

Additional dates and times

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