Thesis and Dissertation Support.
Looking for thesis/dissertation writing support? Review the categories below to find out how.
If you have more questions, or would like to schedule an appointment outside of the Graduate Writing Specialist’s support schedule listed on www.drew.mywconline.com, please email Dr. Max Orsini at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow 24-48 hours for a response.
View the Graduate Writing Specialist’s writing support schedule on WCOnline, the online support appointment system, at www.drew.mywconline.com, and make an appointment for “Dissertation Writing Support.” The graduate writing specialist also helps with the following, which you can also search in WCOnline: “Medical Humanities Writing,” “Graduate Writing Support” and “ELL Writing,” “Proposal Writing,” and “Prospectus Writing.”
The weekly Graduate Writing meetup is a great way to to set writing goals, work with a team of peers that will help hold you accountable for achieving those goals and have a dedicated time and space to write.
Each week we’ll discuss ways you can build professional writing habits, work with models, enter the scholarly conversation, present evidence, give and seek feedback and work with style.
Light refreshments are served and prompts will help get your writing muscle moving.
Meet Ups are based off the book: Air & Light & Time & Space: How Successful Academics Write by Dr. Helen Sword
Register for a Spring 2019 Meet Up: Schedule Below
Leader: Dr. Samara Grossman
Session Start and End Dates: Tuesdays beginning on 1/28/19 and ending on 4/30/19. (PLEASE NOTE that there will be no meetups held on Tuesday, March 11 and Tuesday, March 12.)
Location: S.W. Bowne in Thomson Commons
Can’t make it to campus? Join remotely via ZOOM at the time of your meetup: https://drew.zoom.us/j/648424654
Register Here: http://bit.ly/Spring19MeetUps
There are two ways you can connect with an editor:
All dissertation and thesis writing support, including support delivered by the graduate writing Specialist, Dr. Max Orsini, is held in S.W. Bowne. Room 112, unless otherwise noted in WCOnline.
Review our suggestions on how to find an editor to support you.