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Jul. 06, 2022
1:00 PM

Graduate Writing and Research Studio 6

Calling all graduate writers! Would you benefit from writing in the company of other students with expert assistance on hand? If so, consider signing up for the Graduate Writing and Research Studio. This weekly writing retreat will run every Wednesday from June 1 to August 3 from 1:00 to 4:00pm in RBD Library. The Studio will offer a sense of community, access to a research librarian and a graduate writing consultant, and light refreshments, all to help you achieve your summer writing goals.

Registration was due on May 27. For questions about late registration, please contact universitywriting@auburn.edu.

The Graduate Writing and Research Studio is a pilot program sponsored by the Libraries and University Writing that, depending on the participation rate, may continue in future semesters. 

Who Can Attend

  • grads
Jul. 13, 2022
1:00 PM

Graduate Writing and Research Studio 7

Calling all graduate writers! Would you benefit from writing in the company of other students with expert assistance on hand? If so, consider signing up for the Graduate Writing and Research Studio. This weekly writing retreat will run every Wednesday from June 1 to August 3 from 1:00 to 4:00pm in RBD Library. The Studio will offer a sense of community, access to a research librarian and a graduate writing consultant, and light refreshments, all to help you achieve your summer writing goals.

Registration was due on May 27. For questions about late registration, please contact universitywriting@auburn.edu.

The Graduate Writing and Research Studio is a pilot program sponsored by the Libraries and University Writing that, depending on the participation rate, may continue in future semesters. 

Who Can Attend

  • grads
Jul. 20, 2022
1:00 PM

Graduate Writing and Research Studio 8

Calling all graduate writers! Would you benefit from writing in the company of other students with expert assistance on hand? If so, consider signing up for the Graduate Writing and Research Studio. This weekly writing retreat will run every Wednesday from June 1 to August 3 from 1:00 to 4:00pm in RBD Library. The Studio will offer a sense of community, access to a research librarian and a graduate writing consultant, and light refreshments, all to help you achieve your summer writing goals.

Registration was due on May 27. For questions about late registration, please contact universitywriting@auburn.edu.

The Graduate Writing and Research Studio is a pilot program sponsored by the Libraries and University Writing that, depending on the participation rate, may continue in future semesters. 

Who Can Attend

  • grads
Jul. 21, 2022
2:00 PM

PW130: Designing Accessible Documents (Online Workshop)

Chances are that you create documents for your job. But do you know how to make those documents accessible to people with visual disabilities? This workshop will introduce you to principles of accessible design, including metadata, hierarchy, font, hyperlinks, color, and alternative text. You will also learn about and practice using relevant tools in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat Pro.

This workshop will be held via Zoom. To get the link, register through Auburn University's Human Resource Development using Fast-Train.

Who Can Attend

  • faculty
  • staff
Jul. 27, 2022
1:00 PM

Graduate Writing and Research Studio 9

Calling all graduate writers! Would you benefit from writing in the company of other students with expert assistance on hand? If so, consider signing up for the Graduate Writing and Research Studio. This weekly writing retreat will run every Wednesday from June 1 to August 3 from 1:00 to 4:00pm in RBD Library. The Studio will offer a sense of community, access to a research librarian and a graduate writing consultant, and light refreshments, all to help you achieve your summer writing goals.

Registration was due on May 27. For questions about late registration, please contact universitywriting@auburn.edu.

The Graduate Writing and Research Studio is a pilot program sponsored by the Libraries and University Writing that, depending on the participation rate, may continue in future semesters. 

Who Can Attend

  • grads
Aug. 01, 2022
5:00 PM

Miller Writing Center's Final Day of Summer Term

The Miller Writing Center is open for summer semester from May 23 to August 1. Auburn students, faculty, and staff can get free, one-on-one feedback from a Miller Writing Center peer consultant on any kind of writing at any point in the process. 

Make up to three online or in-person appointments per week through AU Access. Learn more about the Miller Writing Center.

Who Can Attend

  • undergrads
  • grads
  • faculty
  • staff
Aug. 03, 2022
1:00 PM

Graduate Writing and Research Studio 10

Calling all graduate writers! Would you benefit from writing in the company of other students with expert assistance on hand? If so, consider signing up for the Graduate Writing and Research Studio. This weekly writing retreat will run every Wednesday from June 1 to August 3 from 1:00 to 4:00pm in RBD Library. The Studio will offer a sense of community, access to a research librarian and a graduate writing consultant, and light refreshments, all to help you achieve your summer writing goals.

Registration was due on May 27. For questions about late registration, please contact universitywriting@auburn.edu.

The Graduate Writing and Research Studio is a pilot program sponsored by the Libraries and University Writing that, depending on the participation rate, may continue in future semesters. 

Who Can Attend

  • grads
Aug. 09, 2022
8:30 AM

Designing Meaningful Assignments: A Workshop for Instructors

Do you want students to engage more meaningfully with your assignments? Do you want to do more to support students’ success? Do you need to carve out time to work on your syllabus and assignments for the upcoming semester? If you answered yes, this workshop is for you! Participants will learn a research-based framework for meaningful assignment design, receive feedback from other faculty participants, and have ample time to work on finishing syllabi, assignment sheets, or other instructional materials. Lunch will be served. 

Please register by August 4 via Qualtrics. This workshop will be held Tuesday, August 9, 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., location TBA.

Who Can Attend

  • faculty
  • staff
Last updated: July 15, 2021