[geogu-l] Fw: Write Place - Introduction
rroth at u.washington.edu
Thu Jan 23 10:27:50 PST 2003
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sarah Starkweather" <sarahstarkweather at hotmail.com>
To: <rroth at u.washington.edu>
Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 10:20 AM
Subject: Write Place - Introduction
> To: Students in Geography and Anthropology courses, WI03
> Re: THE WRITE PLACE, Smith Hall room 415
> Hello, my name is Sarah Starkweather and I will be the Writing Center
> in the Geography and Anthropology Write Place during Winter and Spring of
> I am a post-Masters student in the Department of Geography, and have
> degrees in Geography and City & Regional Planning from The Ohio State
> University. I've been a TA for several geography classes, as well as a
> private tutor. My job at the Write Place is to apply the skills and
> experience I've gained in these positions to helping students with their
> writing assignments for Geography and Anthropology classes .
> I can provide help at various stages of the writing process: understanding
> the requirements of the assignment, conceptualizing a topic and an
> doing research, creating an outline, structuring your paper, editing a
> draft, and referencing properly.
> Drop-in hours at the Write Place will be Tuesdays 2.30 - 5 and Wednesdays
> 2.30 - 4. In addition, you can make appointments at other times by coming
> Smith 415 and using the sign-up sheets. To be guaranteed a meeting, you
> sign up by noon on the day prior to the requested time. Appointment
> will not be accepted by e-mail.
> I look forward to talking with you about your writing tasks this quarter!
> Sarah Starkweather.
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