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- Summer Writing Support at Cornell
- Write Together at Home: June 2020 Graduate Writing Program
- Tutoring Available at Cornell Writing Centers
- Tutoring Available at the Graduate Writing Service
- ISU Writing Groups Program
- Writing and Publishing Workshops from the Graduate School
- Writing Boot Camp to Go! from the Graduate School
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Summer Writing Support for Graduate Students
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Summer Writing Support at Cornell
Looking for summer writing support? Be sure to check this page each summer. It is updated as new programs for graduate writers are announced by different units at Cornell.
Questions about summer writing support may be sent to the ELSO email account.
Write Together at Home: June 2020 Graduate Writing Program
ELSO is collaborating with the Graduate Writing Service to offer a four-week summer writing program (June 1-26) that combines elements of a writing groups program and write-ins. The program has three components: weekly writing group meetings, 8 hours of weekly write-ins (two-hour Zoom sessions for students to write at the same time, with tutoring available), and a program Canvas site for tracking of goals/accomplishments, discussion board conversations on writing, and sharing writing handouts/links. To learn more and register, visit the Write Together at Home program website.
Tutoring Available at Cornell Writing Centers
During fall and spring semesters, the Cornell Writing Centers are limited to undergraduates, but during the summer, they open their doors to graduate writers. During summer 2020, the CWC will be entirely staffed by graduate students. And you may see two familiar names: Lisa Camp and Martin Abbott, who have both tutored for ELSO, are Multilingual Specialists for the CWC this summer!
Tutoring sessions will be available during summer session (June 22-August 4). To learn more, visit the Cornell Writing Centers website.
Tutoring Available at the Graduate Writing Service
The Graduate Writing Service at Cornell extends its services during the 6-week summer session (June 22-July 31) to support post-graduates (graduate students, professional students, post-docs, and faculty) as they refine and develop strategies for drafting and revising writing projects and teaching materials.
Make appointments here: https://cornell.mywconline.com
During the 2020 summer session, tutors are available for remote-access, synchronous online appointments.
ISU Writing Groups Program
The International Student Union is offering drop-in Zoom sessions for students to write at the same time. These sessions are offered from Monday-Saturday for five hours a day (10:00 am-1:00 pm and 2:00-5:00 pm) and are led by Madhur Srivastava. This drop-in program is open to all graduate and professional students. Madhur plans to continue the group through the summer. Interested students may contact him at Madhur.Srivastava@cornell.edu.
Writing and Publishing Workshops from the Graduate School
The Graduate School is continuing their writing and publishing series launched Summer 2019 and adding more sessions relevant to students in the humanities and social sciences. Sessions will include guest presentations by faculty and publishers and video segments with journal editors.
- 6/25: Writing a Great (Publishable) Paper
- 7/15: Identifying Publishers, Signing a Contract, and Publishing Your Book
- 8/14: Selecting a Journal, Writing a Cover Letter, and Navigating Submissions
- 9/15: Authorship: Roles, Responsibilities, and Who Decides
- 10/19: Marketing Your Scholarship
- 11/18: Peer Review and Journal Decisions
Writing Boot Camp to Go! from the Graduate School
Want to jump start your writing this summer? Would being part of a supportive writing community help your motivation, focus, and accountability? The Graduate School is bringing Cornell's proposal/thesis/dissertation writing boot camp to you, wherever you are.
Drop in over Zoom for a few minutes during one or more times on one or more days: Monday through Saturday, June 29 - July 4, from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m., 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. (Eastern/New York time). As always, there is no fee/cost for our writing boot camp.
Sign up here if you think you will participate on one or more days, and we will send you more information plus materials. (Participation on the 4th of July is optional!)
Sign up here if you can't participate but want a copy of the printed materials with productivity tips and writing management strategies emailed to you. (You can always decide later to join us on one or more days of virtual boot camp.)
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.