As many of you know, the Writing Workshop provides students with semester long writing support through our Writing Mentor Program. Students earn .25 credit for meeting with their mentors every week, and these meetings cover a range of topics related to writing from time management, to interpreting feedback, to clarifying sentence structure. If you think you would benefit from a one-on-one writing mentorship this semester, please submit an application by Feb. 5th by noon (see flyer). If you have any questions, please reach out to the Writing Workshop at email@example.com.
On Tuesday, October 15th, at 12pm, in Usdan 108 the Financial Aid Office is hosting a workshop on “Understanding Credit.” Guest speaker Christopher Earnshaw from Sallie Mae will explore how credit ratings are assessed, what information goes into your credit report, how to effectively build and manage your credit, and how to protect yourself from fraud and identity theft. Bring your lunch and discover the tools and knowledge that will help you build a stable financial future.
The library is offering workshops on research sources and interlibrary loan and other services for seniors writing a thesis or an essay. Sessions will be offered on Monday 9/23, Tuesday 9/24, Wednesday 9/25, and Thursday 9/26 at 11:00, 1:00, and 3:00 each day (with one exception: no session 3:00 Wednesday). No need to sign up ahead of time. Choose a date and time convenient for you and join a group for a 45 minute info session in Olin Library in the Develin Room (room 204, beside the Art Library space on the second floor by the big stairs in the front of the building). Attendees will be granted expanded interlibrary loan privileges.
Improvisational comedy exercises can help develop comfort engaging with others in job interviews, presentations and group discussions. Come join nationally recognized facilitator, Jake Livengood of MIT in this highly interactive workshop. Participants should expect to participate in activities in a supportive and fun environment and leave with great results. Come for an evening of good fun and food. Open to all students.
Presented by WesSpeaks With support from CAPS, English Department, Fries Center for Global Studies, Resource Center, Writing Department and Gordon Career Center. Dinner provided (Indian food)
Thursday, April 4, 5-7:30 pm