The Writing Centre has changed to the Writing and Communication Centre following Board of Governors approval earlier this week.
The Centre’s new name reflects its growth over the past few years, including new roles and expanded programming that better meet the diverse needs of students, postdocs, and faculty in changing communication contexts. In addition to writing, the Centre now provides coaching and support for a range of communication activities, from digital design to presentation skills.
Feeling stressed? Still have that end-of-term paper due? Come visit our extended drop-in hours to get help with your writing or to play some word-themed board games. Drop-in sessions will be available from 11am-2pm at the DP library from April 10-21. We hope to see you there!
The Writing Centre is celebrating its 40th anniversary on Thursday, October 20. Writing services - writing appointments and drop-ins - will be unavailable, but come to the Celebration Fair in STC main lobby to help the Writing Centre celebrate this 40th anniversary milestone from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Writing Centre is looking for current graduate students to supervise the writing of the English Language Proficiency Exam (ELPE) in the fall term.
The ideal candidate is punctual, thorough, detail-oriented, and respectful. He/she is a strong communicator, is able to make decisions and defuse stressful situations, and is able to work independently and collectively.
Log in to LEADS using your WatIAM user ID (Quest user ID) and apply now.