Workshop Series

 

See our Workshops, Clubs, Events Calendar for dates and times.


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    Writing at the University Level

    Writing essays at the university level can feel overwhelming. Come to this workshop to gain a better understanding of the expectations of university-level writing. You'll learn how to organize your ideas effectively, and you'll leave with tips for effective revision and proofreading.

    • Annotated

      Annotated Bibliographies & Literature Reviews

      Managing the research needed to tackle these unique assignments can be challenging. This workshop will teach writing and organizational strategies that will help you make sense of your sources. 

      • Monday, 9/26, at 3 PM in EB 242 (Kennesaw)

        Tuesday, 9/27, at 11AM online via Teams

      • Integrating Sources

        Integrating Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism

        Come to this workshop to learn how to incorporate researched information into your writing. By learning to integrate sources effectively, you will boost your own credibility as a writer.

        • Wednesday, 11/2, at 3PM in EB 242 (Kennesaw)

          Thursday, 11/3, at 3PM in C 101 (Marietta)

          Friday, 11/4, at 11AM online via Teams

        • Organizing Research

          Organizing and Analyzing Your Research

          Come to this workshop to learn how to stay organized and engage with your sources throughout the processes of conducting research and writing your paper. 

          • Literacy Narrative

            Narrative Essay

            Are you working on a narrative essay? Come to this workshop to learn tips and tricks for writing this unique type of creative nonfiction. 

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              Rhetorical Analysis

              Are you writing a rhetorical analysis essay? Come to this workshop to learn how to evaluate a text rhetorically and write about how the author's use of rhetorical strategies impacts the success or failure of the argument.

              • Wednesday, 10/12, at 3PM in EB 242 (Kennesaw)

                Thursday, 10/13, at 3 PM in C 101 (Marietta)

                Friday, 10/14, at 12 PM online via Teams

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                Argument Essays

                Writing an argument can be challenging. Come to this workshop for an overview of common types of argument, as well as tips and tricks for writing an effective argument essay.  

                • Monday, 10/24, at 3PM in EB 242 (Kennesaw)

                  Tuesday, 10/25, at 3 PM in C 101 (Marietta)

                  Tuesday, 11/1, at 11AM online via Teams

                 

                • Scholarshoip

                  Scholarship Application Essays

                  Come to this workshop to learn how to write a scholarship application essay that will distinguish you from other applicants so you can earn money to help pay for your education.

                  • Monday, 10/17, at 3PM in EB 242 (Kennesaw)

                    Tuesday, 10/18, at 3PM in C 101 (Marietta)

                    Wednesday, 10/19, at 11AM online via Teams

                  • write & be well

                    Using Writing to Manage Stress

                    Feeling anxious? Learn a research-backed method of writing that will help you manage stress, organize your thoughts, and find meaning in your experiences. This workshop is brought to you by KSU Counseling and Psychological Services and the KSU Writing Center.

                      

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                      Business Writing

                      Join this workshop to learn how to ensure your emails, memos, and reports are professional, polished, and powerful.

                      • Wednesday, 9/21, at 3 PM in EB 242 (Kennesaw)

                        Thursday, 9/22, at 5 PM online via Teams

                       

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                        Revision and Proofreading Strategies

                        You probably know revising and proofreading are essential parts of the writing process, but do you know the most effective revision and proofreading strategies? Come to this workshop to learn useful revision and proofreading strategies that will lead to better papers.

                         

                        • Monday, 10/3, at 3PM EB 242 (Kennesaw)

                          Tuesday, 10/4, at 3PM in C101 (Marietta)

                          Wednesday, 10/5, at 11AM online via Teams

                          Tuesday, 11/8, at 3PM in EB 242 (Kennesaw)

                          Wednesday, 11/9, at 3PM in C101 (Marietta)

                          Thursday, 11/10, at 11AM online via Teams

                        Graduate Writing Program

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                          Writing at the Graduate Level

                          The demands of writing graduate papers, capstones, theses, and dissertations can feel overwhelming. Come to this workshop to gain a better understanding of the expectations of graduate-level writing. 

                          • Lit review

                            Writing a Literature Review for Graduate School

                            Managing the research and writing skills needed to tackle these unique assignments can be challenging. This workshop, brought to you by the KSU Writing Center in collaboration with the KSU Library, will teach writing and organizational strategies that will help you make sense of your sources. 



                            English Language Program

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                              English Language Tips and Tricks

                              Come to this English Language Program (ELP) workshop to learn tips and tricks for communicating effectively in English that will help you succeed in college and beyond. 

                              • Tuesday, 8/30, at 3 PM in EB 242 (K Campus)

                                Thursday, 10/6, at 3 PM in EB 242 (K Campus)

                                Tuesday, 11/1, at 3 PM in EB 242 (K Campus)

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