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Writing Studio closed Friday, Jan. 12, due to winter weather conditions

Jan. 12, 2018—Due to expected winter weather conditions, the Writing Studio will be closed today, Friday, Jan. 12, following the university’s decision to cancel classes (and declare an administrative leave day). If you had an appointment scheduled for today (Friday, 1/12), we hope you will be able to reschedule with us in the near future. In the meantime,...

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Submit your best writing to the Undergraduate Writing Symposium!

Jan. 11, 2018—The Vanderbilt Writing Studio invites you to submit your work to the 10th annual Undergraduate Writing Symposium. If you wish to be among Vanderbilt’s best undergraduate writers, consider submitting to the 10th annual Undergraduate Symposium. Participation in the Symposium is highly selective and papers are chosen by way of a blind review process. Those who are selected...

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The Writing Studio will reopen for Spring 2018 on Monday, January 8

Jan. 2, 2018—The Writing Studio’s online schedule for Spring 2018 will be available late in the week of January 2, and we will reopen with the start of classes on Monday, January 8. We look forward to serving you! The spring semester is always a busy one at the Writing Studio, and we hope you’ll jump at...

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Dinner and a Draft with Samira Sheikh (History & Asian Studies)

Oct. 26, 2017—Thursday, November 2, 2017 6:00-7:30 pm The Writing Studio (1801 Edgehill Ave., Suite 112) Get a great dinner. Get a new perspective on writing. Get to know a professor in a fun, informal setting. Join us for “Dinner and a Draft”! Our faculty guest will be Samira Sheikh, a professor of History and of Asian...

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Dinner and a Draft with Katherine Friedman (Biological Sciences)

Sep. 18, 2017—Thursday, September 28, 2017 6:00-7:30 pm Dean of the Ingram Commons Residence Get a great dinner. Get a new perspective on writing. Get to know a professor in a fun, informal setting. Those are three reasons you should attend “Dinner and a Draft,” coming up on Thursday, September 28, from 6:00-7:30, at the Dean of...

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Fall Break Dissertation Writers’ Retreat 2017

Sep. 15, 2017—October 12-13, 2017 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Graduate School and the College of Arts and Science Dean’s Office.   Over Fall Break, the Writing Studio will host a two-day dissertation writers’ retreat, which will provide dissertating graduate students with loosely-structured time to work individually in a quiet, collegial atmosphere. We will...

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Fall 2017 schedule coming soon

Aug. 14, 2017—The Writing Studio will reopen for Fall 2017 consultations on Wednesday, August 23. Fall’s appointment schedule is in the works and should be available online by Monday, August 21. We are also creating the schedule for Fall 2017 Tutoring Services appointments. Please stay tuned for further developments.

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Summer at the Writing Studio

Jun. 9, 2017—The Writing Studio is open at our 1801 Edgehill Avenue (suite 112) location during the summer sessions from June 6th – August 11th, 2017. Weekly appointment hours: Monday 9am – 3pm Tuesday 10am – 5pm Wednesday 9am – 4pm Thursday 10am – 5pm Friday 9am – 2pm Weekly office hours: Monday – Thursday 9am –...

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2017 MORGAN AWARD WINNERS!

Apr. 25, 2017—Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Henrietta Hickman Morgan Memorial Award for First-Year Writers! Thanks, too, to all who submitted their work for consideration. This year the Morgan Award committee reviewed over 600 pages of writing by Vanderbilt’s first-year students. Learn more about the annual Morgan Award competition here.

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Inspiration, Renewal at the Vanderbilt Undergraduate Writing Symposium

Apr. 13, 2017—by Adrian Larbi-Cherif, Deann Armstrong, and Peter Capretto April 10, 2017   T.S. Eliot remarked that “April is the cruellest month.” In late March and early April, students are elbows deep into the academic year, and beginning to think about final exams as they struggle to solidify summer internship or employment plans. Professors often have...

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