English and History Writing Workshops

NEW THIS YEAR!

We are excited to announce that this year, in conjunction with History, the English Department is offering writing workshops specifically for students taking English and History courses. The workshops begin this week and are led by two of our senior students: Charlotte Kiddell and Shelby MacGregor.

Drop in or stay for the full session. You are encouraged to bring assignments or drafts of essays about which you have questions.

Wednesday 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.  Seton 504
Thursday  9:00 – 11:00 a.m.   Seton 529

Support and guidance with:

  • essay organization
  • editing
  • scholarly format
  • research and analysis

 

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2 thoughts on “English and History Writing Workshops

  1. Hilary Maloney

    Hi,
    I am interested in the writing workshop. I am looking into taking English courses, and I would like to get a feel for it. I am not currently a student but I am looking into it. Just wanted to get a feel for the program and what to expect. I am not sure if I’m qualified to attend but, I would be interested in any further information about this work shop.
    Thank You

    Hilary Maloney

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    1. msvuenglish Post author

      Hi, Hilary,

      We’re pleased to read that you’re interested in our English program. The writing workshops are for students who are already registered in an English course and are working on their essays, so that wouldn’t be appropriate for you. However, our department Chair, Dr. Reina Green, would be happy to talk to you about being an English student and perhaps even arrange for you to sit in on a class. Her email is Reina.Green@msvu.ca and her phone is 903-457-6321. You can also browse our English Department webpages, which will give you an idea about our program: msvu.ca/english. If you want some general information about the Mount, including how to arrange a campus tour, you can look here: http://www.msvu.ca/en/home/beamountstudent/default.aspx

      Please let us know if you have any other questions. And once again, we would encourage you to contact the English Department Chair, Dr. Reina Green, who can talk to you about being an English student and where an English degree can lead you.

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