- Log in.
- Use chat to share your session writing goals.
- Before exiting the session, use chat to share your progress with the proctor and session writing colleagues.
- Return on a regular basis to build momentum and make progress on your writing project this semester.
5 days a week:
monday – friday
8am – 4pm (MST)
(in alphabetical order by first name)
Annie Halseth, English
Dr. Cyane Tornatzky, Art and Art History
Dixie Poteet, Civil Engineering
Hayley Hasberger, Communication Studies
Dr. Izabela Ragan, Biomedical Sciences
Dr. John Pippen, Music/Theater/Dance
Liz Lawler, Statistics
Morgan Roche, Natural Resources Ecology Lab
Natalie “Bucky” Buchholz, Ecology
Sai Pennam, Computer Science
Proctor Session Times
8 – 10am
10 – noon
noon – 2pm
2 – 4pm
sponsored & designated sessions
Grant Writes is a series of co-sponsored, co-developed offerings for CSU faculty, postdocs, researchers, and graduate students. CSU Writes partners with resident experts to provide low-stakes grant writing support and feedback. Our partners include such avid writers as Dr. Stu Tobet of Biomedical Engineering, Dr. Jeff Wilusz of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology, Dr Izabela Ragan of Biomedical Sciences, and the OVPR’s Research Acceleration Office.
CSU Writes has supported writers of successful internal and small grants to NIH-R01, NSF-Career, DARPA, USDA, Beottcher, and other granting agencies.
SEPT 6 – DEC 8,
TUES & THURS, 2-4pm
Held Virtually on TEAMS
Hosted by Dr. Izabela Ragan of Biomedical Sciences.
GRANT Writes drop-in sessions are open to all grant writers that are working on any type of grant.
Drop in. State writing goals. Write together.
This session is designated for CSU’s FACULTY & RESEARCHERS OF COLOR
Fall 2022 Schedule:
Mondays & Wednesdays 9-11am
proctored by: Dr. Lindsey Schneider, Ethnic Studies
show up & write. in-person locations
show up & write. will be located in the Plant Growth Facilities building, room 112. Please see the map and pictures below.
show up & write. sessions are also offered in the Visual Arts building, studio H112. Please see the map and pictures below. There is tea and coffee offered at this location for participants.
What to expect
SIGN IN: Use the CHAT function on TEAMS so the session proctor can note your participation.
LOG: You can log your writing session attendance on a google spreadsheet.
PICTURING ‘show up & write.’: We are collecting pictures of where we write (remotely together; sheltering apart)! See the “Picturing show up & write” segment below. Send your photo with the subject line “su&w PIC” to: firstname.lastname@example.org
CSUW MUGS: YES, you can still earn a CSU Writes mug by showing up and writing 20 times. (Although, the mug is now a thermal tumbler to keep your hot beverages hot and your cold beverages cold while you write!)
more info re: remote
show up & write. guide
show up & write. sessions are proctored by dedicated faculty, graduate student, and postdoc volunteers. Make sure to thank the proctor at your session.
If you are interested in proctoring a session, fill out the form below or email CSU Writes for more information (email@example.com).