Events

Join us for some exciting and inspiring writing events this quarter! All events are FREE.
 

Conversation Partners

Conversation Partners offers students the opportunity to meet with peer consultants for informal English language and cultural exchanges. Practice speaking English, expand your vocabulary, and gain confidence in your conversational skills. Use our online schedule to make an appointment.

 

Open Mic Night

Open-Mic-Online-Image.jpgThursday, May 7, 3:00pm-5:00pm in Food for Thought

The Writing and Communication Center and Clamor Literary and Arts Journal are co-hosting an Open Mic and you are invited! It will be a space to practice performing your creative work among your peers. Read any work of your choosing: prose, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, or cross-genre. All students are welcome, whether you’re an experienced performer or new to the practice. Sign up for a 5 minute time slot by e-mailing wacc@uwb.edu or at the event. Refreshments will be provided!

If you would like to practice performing your work before the Open Mic, come join the WaCC on 4/29 and 5/6 for two special Red Couch Writers.

Grammar Drop-In

Mondays 1:30pm--3:00pm
Thursdays 11:30am--1:00pm

Starting April 13th, 2015

Grammar Drop-In is an excellent resource for students who want to receive answers to quick questions, look for grammatical trends in written assignments, or work weekly on honing grammar skills. Just drop in – stay for bit, or the whole thing. (Meets in the WaCC Resource Room)

Red Couch Writers

red couchWednesdays 2:00pm--3:00pm
Starting April 15th, 2015

Write with us! We provide writing prompts and a comfortable space for you to write without interruption. Riff off of one of our prompts or bring your own project to work on. 

Writing followed by general discussion; no specific
                                         feedback provided. Open to all students, faculty and staff. (Meets in the WaCC Resource Room)

WSA Prep

WSApic.PNGFriday, April 10th, 10:00am--12:00pm in UW1-361

Prepare to take the Writing Skills Assessment by reviewing the format, learning writing strategies, and practicing with sample questions. Click here for more information.

 

 

 

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RSVP for all workshops is requested, but not required.
 

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