Students at all levels, in all programs, and in all formats can make writing center appointments at
The NSU Write from the Start Writing and Communication Center offers workshops for students and faculty designed to improve their writing and introduce them to innovative pedagogies and technologies. This fall, workshops are being held every week starting in September.
Descriptions of workshops and registration links are in the dropdowns below. Your department, employee, or student group can also request a custom workshop to meet your specific needs.
You might also be interested in our WCC Weekly Write-Ins, where faculty, graduate, and professional students can come together this fall for dedicated time to focus on writing your dissertation, research, grants, or other projects. This writing group will meet on Mondays (starting September 10th) from 6-8 pm in the WCC (Alvin Sherman LIbrary, 430), and online via GoToMeeting.
Perfect your writing! Join other graduate and professional students this fall on Tuesdays from 12-1 pm in-person in the WCC (Rm. 430 in the Alvin Sherman Library) or online via GoToTraining.
If you want to attend virtually using GoToTraining, simply click the link next to the session description below and enter your information. (Once registered, you will receive reminders and an email with the link to login to the session.)
If you want to attend in-person, we appreciate you filling out this form so we know how many people will be there. Our Teaching and Learning Studio can fit about 20 people; if you complete the in-person registration form, your spot will be reserved. If you show up in-person without having filled out the form, it is possible that the room will be full.
*BYOD! The WCC encourages all visitors to bring their laptops, tablets, or mobile devices with them to use during workshops.
Join us this fall on Mondays from 12-1 pm in the WCC (Rm. 430 in the Alvin Sherman Library) or online via GoToTraining for workshops designed to meet the needs of faculty interested in expanding or improving the use of writing in their classes to help students learn more effectively
If you have any questions about WCC faculty workshops, contact Dr. Eric Mason at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Writing and Communication Center can create customized writing workshops for department and programs, as well as for student, faculty and employee groups on campus. If you are interested in such a workshop, please send an email to email@example.com with the following information:
We will get back to you to develop a plan and identify a time for the workshop you requested.
Recordings or online versions of the following workshops are available below: