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Posted on November 12th, 2022 in Announcements, Blog, Featured by Lizeth Quinones

W397/597: Writing Center Theory and Practice Practicum WHO IS ELIGIBLE? You are eligible if you have completed W131 or W140 or its equivalent. You do not have to be an English major to apply – the UWC welcomes students from all disciplines – variation strengthens the UWC’s ability to work with writers. WHAT ARE THE …

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Posted on February 7th, 2022 in Blog, Consultant Spotlight, Consulting by kmcclana

Spotlighting New Consultants in The Center: John The beginning of the semester is always energizing and full of opportunities – especially when that semester is the Spring semester. We begin to shake off the affects of seasonal depression, warm weather is only a few months away, and we get to meet new people who may …

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Posted on February 2nd, 2022 in Blog, Consultant Spotlight, Consulting by kmcclana

Spotlighting New Consultants in The Center: Oriana The beginning of the semester is always energizing and full of opportunities – especially when that semester is the Spring semester. We begin to shake off the affects of seasonal depression, warm weather is only a few months away, and we get to meet new people who may …

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Posted on February 1st, 2022 in Blog, Consultant Spotlight, Consulting by kmcclana

Spotlighting New Consultants in The Center: Monica The beginning of the semester is always energizing and full of opportunities – especially when that semester is the Spring semester. We begin to shake off the affects of seasonal depression, warm weather is only a few months away, and we get to meet new people who may …

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Posted on January 31st, 2022 in Blog, Consultant Spotlight, Consulting by kmcclana

Spotlighting New Consultants in The Center: LyNae The beginning of the semester is always energizing and full of opportunities – especially when that semester is the Spring semester. We begin to shake off the affects of seasonal depression, warm weather is only a few months away, and we get to meet new people who may …

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Posted on September 20th, 2021 in Blog, Difficult Conversations, Events, Language, Neurodiversity by kmcclana

**Content warning: This article contains references to discrimination, stigmatization, microaggressions, and other forms of violence against people on the basis of race, disability, and other social statuses.** Words Matter: Why I Embrace Anti-Ableist Language: by Catkin O’Grady Ableist language–we see it, hear it, and sometimes even use it ourselves, often without realizing that we’re doing …

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