The 14th Annual Freshman Writing Award Ceremony and Luncheon happened on Friday, April 19, 2019, in Sunnen Lounge. The Freshman Writing Award is sponsored via the Academic Resource Center and celebrates academic excellence in writing.
This yr’s First Place winner become Sarah Hill for her essay, “U.S.-Russia Nuclear Pact and The Blame Game” for Kelly-Kate Pease, professor inside the Department of History, Politics, and International Relations in Webster’s College of Arts & Sciences. Hill won a $one hundred twenty-five educational provide for use for academic functions.
The Creative Writing Award winner becomes Jai Bollan for his essay, “The Validity of My Humanity” for Kate Parsons, a professor within the Philosophy Department inside the College of Arts & Sciences. Bollan won a $75 instructional supply.
In her comments congratulating the winners, President Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble highlighted the significance of writing in our academic and private lives. The judging committee becomes created from faculty, the body of workers, and students.

Write-In is the time to embrace those deadlines with aid from research specialists and your peers. There can be some of research and writing professionals to be had to answer scholar questions and offer solutions.
Daniel Johnston is teaching and getting to know specialist with the Libraries. He said there are some subjects that come up often at some point of research consultations he has with students.
“Students will frequently worry that their thesis statement isn’t always clear, or isn’t always supported all through the body of their paper,” stated Johnston. “Some will are available in only for short grammar assessments, and others need to make certain the shape and go with the flow in their papers are coherent and readable.”
Sound like an issue you’re having? The group hosting Write-In can take care of these topics and more. The TLU crew is dedicated to pupil-centered learning; they trust there’s no one approach for addressing each scholar’s needs.
“We cost college students’ perspectives, ideas, and creativity, and we purpose to collaborate in this sort of manner that emphasizes college students’ priorities,” he stated. “We can help by asking enticing questions, offering supportive, non-judgemental opinions, and with the aid of supporting students discover the equipment and information resources to be had to them.”
The intention is to provide students with a productive, supportive space during a typically worrying educational time. Anyone with a writing challenge from any branch, center, or institute is recommended to drop by using Norlin Library, Room E113 on Monday, April 29 from 3 p.M. To 6 p.M. Or 7 p.M. To 10 p.M. No RSVP needed. Snacks may be provided!

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