Tag Archives: interdisciplinary writing

Navigating the Jungle of Summary and Synthesis

By Madison Bosque In the rough terrain of college, many types of writing can feel like a herd of buffalo stampeding towards you. However, it doesn’t all have to be so scary! Let’s make summary and synthesis part of your survival … Continue reading

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Switching from Scientific Writing to Writing in the Humanities

By: Madison Bosque One of the most difficult things I’ve encountered as a student and writer is transitioning from scientific papers, which make up the majority of my academic writing, to humanities papers, which are sprinkled into my coursework every … Continue reading

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College of Education Entrance Essay

By: Cory Anderson Many future teachers, especially those who are not trying to become English teachers, struggle with their own writing. This can make the essay that is required to be accepted in the College of Education look quite daunting. … Continue reading

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Stylistic and Tonal Differences in Academic Writing

By: Stewart Matzek Many college students are surprised by academic writing in a university environment, particularly because it is a great deal more taxing than high school writing. This shouldn’t be unexpected – university standards are naturally more difficult – … Continue reading

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Thesis: Making the Most of the Writing Center

By Miranda Smith How to Make the Most of Your Writing Center Appointment when Bringing in a Thesis, Dissertation or Group Project Large projects can have unique challenges, and the Writing Center can help you with them, such as consolidating … Continue reading

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The Interdisciplinary Power of Language in a Writing Center

by Michael DuBon Language is a system of reference made to concretize the physical and abstract worlds that also serves as a culture perspective. Every language is its own unique subsystem. To increase understanding of how the system of language … Continue reading

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