Writing Center Workshop: “Formal vs. Informal Writing: Who, When, Why & Where?”

2021-3-29

The CLE Writing Center will begin a series of workshops this week, continuing every Thursday at lunchtime for the month of April. Our first one will be hosted by Matthew Jellick, and be on the topic of “Formal vs. Informal Writing”, addressing skillsets associated with both, including Who, When, Why & Where.

The CLE Writing Center offers one-on-one assistance to students and staff at SUSTech, and in addition, each semester, provides a series of workshops that concentrate on writing skills which cover a variety of topis.

All are encouraged to attend and we look forward to seeing you there!

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