The Writing Program encourages students to become rigorous thinkers and writers who can construct arguments that matter, craft prose that resonates with their intended audience, and understand how writing and learning cannot be extricated from one another.

Students in Ashley Foster's "Peace Testimonies in Literature and Art" writing seminar demonstrated their digital scholarship projects. Photo: Brad Larrison

The Writing Program administers the first-year seminars and also supports a Writing Center where specially-trained peer tutors work with fellow students, and workshops of different kinds supports writing—at all stages of the writing process—across the curriculum.

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Friday, October 9th, 2015