WORKSHOPS

CSU Writes workshops address the 4 areas academic writers encounter their greatest challenges: SPACE, TIME, ENERGY/MOMENTUM, and ACADEMIC STYLE.

FACULTY Writes

&

DOC Writes

WORKSHOPS

FALL 2018

for faculty & postdocs

TO READ DESCRIPTIONS OF A WORKSHOP, CLICK ON THE TITLE.

SUBMIT A WORKSHOP RSVP FORM BELOW

You can always attend a workshop at the spur-of-the-moment without an RSVP

(an RSVP simply helps us prepare materials)

GRAD Writes

&

DOC Writes

WORKSHOPS

FALL 2018

for graduate students & postdocs

Date/Time Event Details
Tuesday
16 October 2018
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
FACULTY Writes: Manage Email to Privilege Writing
LSC 376-378, Lory Student Center, Fort Collins, United States
Tuesday
16 October 2018
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
FACULTY Writes: Manage Email to Privilege Writing
LSC 376-378, Lory Student Center, Fort Collins, United States
Wednesday
7 November 2018
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
FACULTY Writes: Strengthen Your Writing Habit
LSC 376-378, Lory Student Center, Fort Collins, United States
Tweedy Hands
Date/Time Event Details
Tuesday
9 October 2018
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
GRAD Writes: Strategies for Writing in English, ELL (English Language Learners)
LSC 372-374, Lory Student Center, Fort Collins, United States
Wednesday
17 October 2018
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
GRAD Writes: Make Writing a Habit
LSC 310, Lory Student Center, Fort Collins, United States
Tuesday
6 November 2018
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
GRAD Writes: Passive/Active Voice Workshop with Kyla Masciarelli
LSC 310, Lory Student Center, Fort Collins, United States

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Workshop themes...

CLOCKWORK MUSE offerings explore scheduling for inspired scholarly writing. The title refers to Eviatar Zerubavel's Clockwork Muse. (TIME, MOMENTUM)

WRITE FOR SPEED offerings address strategies for separating drafting from editing to write more efficiently. Sometimes you must "go slow to go fast." (TIME, MOMENTUM)

WRITING AS PRACTICE offerings consider the various ways we write regularly--These workshops tend to bring in new, exciting research/publications from productivity experts on such topics as: "Deep Work," habits of successful academic writers, juggling multiple writing projects (SPACE, TIME, MOMENTUM)

ACADEMIC SYLE offerings consider "the art of summary," jargonitis (chronic & overuse of jargon), qualities of "stinky" academic writing,  elements of stylish academic writing, and tools for English Language Learners (STYLE)

SPECIAL TOPICS offerings include guest speakers and panels who present on such topics as: Women in Academe, "Myths We Stall By," "Becoming a Public Scholar," "Sitting Down to Write Mindfully" and more (SPACE, TIME, MOMENTUM, STYLE)