Core Writing Fellows are available for help throughout the semester. Fellows are graduate students who have been trained in compositional skills, are familiar with the works read in Core, and who work closely with individual seminar leaders. Depending on each Fellow’s schedule, consultations may take place in the Core Reading Room, CAS 328; in another campus space; or via a remote modality like Zoom.
For the Spring 2022 semester, each Writing Fellow is scheduling their appointments on separate calendars. Use the links below to request a meeting.
CC102 students should make appointments with the Writing Fellow assigned to their discussion section, as follows:
- B1 w/Klein: WF Nicholas Bloechl; click here to book
- B2 w/Klein: WF Charley Binkow; click here to book
- B3 w/Walsh: WF Ben Kampler; click here to book for Zoom or for in-person
- B4 w/Klancer: WF Faye Harwell; click here to book
- B5 w/Klancer: WF Faye Harwell; click here to book
- B6 w/Hughes: WF Charley Binkow; click here to book
- B7 w/Appleford: WF Nicholas Bloechl; click here to book
- B8 w/Klancer: WF Faye Harwell; click here to book
- B9 w/Harrington: WF Carmen Rowe; click here to book
- C2 w/Lior: WF Carmen Rowe; click here to book
After each consultation with a Writing Fellow, students and their seminar leaders will receive a copy of the consultation report form, submitted by the Fellow. That way, the information and recommendation shared during the consultation will be available for future reference.
Additional resources for students:
- Core Writing FAQs
- The Core Writing Handbook (PDF)
- the Purdue Online Writing Lab (offsite)
- The CAS Writing Center is available for all students taking CC 102 (since that course gives WR 120 credit)
- Students in any Core course can book writing appointments at the Educational Resource Center
Hone your writing skills, on your own time
Flipped Learning Modules (FLMs) are a series of instructional videos that present topics in writing and language use along with exercises for students to complete at home. FLMs are available which help train students in writing, argument, research, and style; linguistic issues specific to multilingual writers; and writing for English-language learners. Access the FLM library and other writing-support resources at the website of the CAS Writing Program.