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[Online] Personal Statements

In this workshop, you’ll learn the difference between “narrative” and “technical” personal statements, read instructions to determine the right genre, and practice supporting the claims in your application materials with evidence. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop. When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times […]

[Online workshop] Understanding Assignments

In this workshop, you’ll decode the stated and unstated expectations of college writing, and you’ll learn how to read assignments in order to plan your drafting process. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in Eastern […]

[In-person workshop] Managing your time

In this workshop, you’ll learn strategies for organizing deadlines and prioritizing major assignments over the semester, helping you feel confident in completing your work. You’ll review your course syllabi, create a calendar, and discuss how to use time in ways that support your goals. This workshop will meet in the Writing Center—NVC 8-185—and space is […]

[Online workshop] Analyzing Texts

In this workshop, you’ll learn how the best readers analyze texts—by noticing details, observing patterns, and posing questions—and you’ll apply these strategies to your own reading assignments. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the […]

In-person workshop: How to Be Creative

NVC 8-190 (Feit Seminar Room)

Location: Feit Seminar Room, NVC 8-190 (next to the Writing Center) How do entrepreneurs, artists, and scientists create new work when they feel stuck? This workshop answers this seemingly simple question through hands-on investigations. We will journal about past experiences of creativity, be it assignments for school or self-guided passion projects; we will retool ideas […]

[Online workshop] Emailing Strategically

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to tailor emails to specific audiences and contexts. You’ll also learn strategies for conveying politeness in professional communication. Click here to register for the workshop and receive a Zoom link. If you have any questions about the workshop, please email writing.center@baruch.cuny.edu.

In-person workshop: Demystifying College Writing

Join the Writing Center for an interactive discussion about the expectations of college writing. Students will leave with strategies that will help them approach their own writing assignments with confidence. This workshop is full. You can no longer register to attend this workshop. Workshop takes place in NVC 8-190 (Feit Seminar Room). If you have […]

[Online workshop] Resume Writing 101 for First-Year Students

Do you need assistance creating a resume? Join the Writing Center and the Starr Career Development Center to learn how to structure your resume (e.g., which categories to include) and how to effectively craft your bullet points. In the second half of the workshop, students will have time to work on their own application materials. […]

On-campus: Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from October-December. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register for Thursday […]

[Online workshop] Reading and Writing While Bored

One of the most important skills to hone as a student is the ability to pay close attention to your reading and writing for any given college class—practicing skills like close reading, effective note-taking, essay-planning, and more. Yet what do you do if you’re trying to read something and your eyes glaze over—you find yourself […]

On-campus: Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from October-December. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register for Thursday […]

[Online] Parenting as a Student: a Writing Center Discussion

This workshop is for student writers who are also parents and parent figures at Baruch. Parenting while keeping up with class writing assignments can be a challenge. Many of us feel pulled in various directions and can struggle with the pressure to do everything “well.” The demands of caregiving, which require us to be compassionate, […]

[Online workshop] Where Do I Begin? Breaking down the research process

Whether you're a grad or undergrad, an experienced student or returning to school after years away, you’ve likely faced a scenario when your professor has assigned a long research paper, asked you to find 6 to 8 credible sources, and left it at that. Where does one begin? What counts as “credible?” Can I use […]

[Online workshop] Developing Thesis Statements

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to write effective, complex, evidence-based thesis statements in any field. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. If you have any questions about how to […]

[Online workshop] Communicating about Accommodations and Accessibility

This online workshop offers a supportive environment for students with disabilities to learn and practice strategies for communicating with professors about accessibility. In this interactive workshop, we’ll analyze sample emails, talk about strategies for clear and proactive communication, and spend time drafting and revising an accommodations-related email to a professor. Click here to register for […]

[Online workshop] Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to choose between three strategies—summary, paraphrase, and quotation—to support your writing goals. From there, you’ll also learn how to incorporate the words and ideas of others into your essay. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting […]

On-campus: Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from October-December. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register for Thursday […]

[Online workshop] Evidence, Analysis, and Claims

In this workshop, you’ll analyze and interpret evidence of all kinds—including graphs, statistics, and quotes from literature—in order to write claims. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. If you have […]

[Online workshop] Understanding Plagiarism and Citation

In this workshop, you’ll learn what plagiarism is, why and how it happens, and how to reference others’ work with accuracy, clarity, and confidence. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. […]

In-person: Writing Resources for Transfer Students

Location: NVC 10-125Thursday, 10/19, 12:30-1:30PM This workshop, hosted by Baruch’s Writing Center, will review strategies for responding to assignments—even when you feel stuck or confused—and for brainstorming, developing, and organizing your thoughts. We will also review campus resources that can help you navigate stressful periods of the semester, whether you’re writing a midterm assignment, applying […]

On-campus: Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from October-December. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register for Thursday […]

Writing an Honors Thesis Prospectus [online workshop]

Presenters: Stephen Francoeur, User Experience Librarian Diana Hamilton, Director of the Writing Center This workshop will help undergraduate students prepare their proposals for honors theses. The Newman Library and the Writing Center will collaborate to discuss the kinds of sources the committee expects, how to identify and use those sources, and how to write a […]

[Online workshop] Cover Letters

In this workshop, you’ll learn to write tailored cover letters (with polished, professional language) that demonstrate why you’re the best candidate for the job.  After closely reading job ads to interpret the needs of an employer, you’ll make strategic choices about what to include.  Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you […]

In-person workshop: Personal Statements

In this workshop, you’ll learn the difference between “narrative” and “technical” personal statements, read instructions to determine the right genre, and practice supporting the claims in your application materials with evidence. Click here to register. Location: NVC 9-165 When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed […]

On-campus: Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from October-December. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register for Thursday […]

[online] Lexington Review Information Session

Interested in getting your writing published? Join us for a 15-minute information session about The Lexington Review, the Baruch Writing Center’s journal of outstanding student writing. During this information session, we will introduce the journal, talk about the submission guidelines, and save plenty of time for your questions. All undergraduate and graduate students at Baruch […]

[Online workshop] Using Sources Strategically

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to find and use sources that meet your paper's needs: not just those that echo your own argument, but also sources that provide background, examples, counterarguments, and analytical methods. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting […]

[Online workshop] Analyzing Case Studies

In this workshop, you’ll learn the steps of reading and analyzing case studies. You’ll analyze qualitative and quantitative evidence to develop recommendations in response to a dilemma. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the […]

On-campus: Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from October-December. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register for Thursday […]

[Online workshop] Focusing Research Topics

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to narrow a topic to the point of being “researchable” and to articulate a motivated research question. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. If […]

On-Campus Queer Poetry Open Mic and Workshop

NVC 8-190 (Feit Seminar Room)

Location: NVC 8-190 (in the Feit Seminar room next to the Writing Center) In this workshop, we’ll read together, collaborate in a brief writing exercise, and then hear from Baruch writers in an open mic. Led by poet Nathaniel Rosenthalis. Space is limited! Register to save your spot.

[online] Lexington Review Information Session

Interested in getting your writing published? Join us for a 15-minute information session about The Lexington Review, the Baruch Writing Center’s journal of outstanding student writing. During this information session, we will introduce the journal, talk about the submission guidelines, and save plenty of time for your questions. All undergraduate and graduate students at Baruch […]

On-campus: Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from October-December. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register for Thursday […]

[Online workshop] Controlling an Argument with Topic Sentences

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to write strong topic sentences that build on thesis statements, connect paragraphs, and structure arguments. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. If you have […]

On-campus: Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from October-December. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register for Thursday […]

[Online] Parenting as a Student: a Writing Center Discussion

This workshop is for student writers who are also parents and parent figures at Baruch. Parenting while keeping up with class writing assignments can be a challenge. Many of us feel pulled in various directions and can struggle with the pressure to do everything “well.” The demands of caregiving, which require us to be compassionate, […]

[Online workshop] Developing Thesis Statements

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to write effective, complex, evidence-based thesis statements in any field. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. If you have any questions about how to […]

On-campus: Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from October-December. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register for Thursday […]

[Online workshop] Analyzing Case Studies

In this workshop, you’ll learn the steps of reading and analyzing case studies. You’ll analyze qualitative and quantitative evidence to develop recommendations in response to a dilemma. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the […]

On-campus: Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from October-December. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register for Thursday […]

[Online workshop] Revising at the Sentence Level

In this workshop, you’ll refine the language of your writing—whether for clarity, correctness, or style. We’ll talk about strategies to proofread, vary sentence structure, and experience writing as a reader might. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times […]

On-Campus Queer Poetry Open Mic and Workshop

Location: NVC 8-190 (in the Feit Seminar room next to the Writing Center) In this second meeting of the queer open mic, we will explore a new set of poets and generative exercises before sharing our poems with each other.Please feel free to attend this workshop even if you were unable to attend the first […]

On-campus: Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from October-December. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register for Thursday […]

Cover Letters Workshop

In this workshop, you’ll learn to write tailored cover letters (with polished, professional language) that demonstrate why you’re the best candidate for the job.  After closely reading job ads to interpret the needs of an employer, you’ll make strategic choices about what to include.  Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop. When you […]

Fundamentals of Grammar

In this workshop, you will review the fundamental parts of a sentence and practice revising incomplete and run-on sentences. This workshop is a great standalone refresher or foundation for the Grammar workshop series. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop. This workshop is part of our four-part Winter Grammar Workshop series. Build your […]

Building Complex Sentences

In this workshop, you will learn the parts of a sentence; the difference between simple, compound, and complex sentences; and how and when to use different types of sentences in your writing. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop. This workshop is part of our four-part Winter Grammar Workshop series. Build your skills […]

Concision

In this workshop, you will learn what makes for clear, precise sentences, where every word counts. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop. This workshop is part of our four-part Winter Grammar Workshop series. Build your skills during your lunch hour this Winter by joining us online for a focused grammar discussion. We […]

Cohesion & Flow

In this workshop, you will learn about paragraph cohesion, or how sentences flow together; why readers are confused by paragraphs that lack cohesion; and strategies to improve paragraph cohesion. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop. This workshop is part of our four-part Winter Grammar Workshop series. Build your skills during your lunch […]

[Online] Understanding Assignments

In this workshop, you’ll decode the stated and unstated expectations of college writing, and you’ll learn how to read assignments in order to plan your drafting process. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the […]

[In-person] Demystifying College Writing

Location: NVC 8-190 (The Feit Seminar Room, next to the Writing Center)Thursday, 2/8 1:00-2:00PM Join the Writing Center for an interactive discussion about the expectations of college writing. Students will leave with strategies that will help them approach their own writing assignments with confidence. Click here to register. All workshop times are listed in the […]

[Online] Communicating about Accommodations and Accessibility

This online workshop offers a supportive environment for students with disabilities to learn and practice strategies for communicating with professors about accessibility. In this interactive workshop, we’ll analyze sample emails, talk about strategies for clear and proactive communication, and spend time drafting and revising an accommodations-related email to a professor. Click here to register for […]

[Online] Analyzing Texts

In this workshop, you’ll learn how the best readers analyze texts—by noticing details, observing patterns, and posing questions—and you’ll apply these strategies to your own reading assignments. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the […]

[Online] Reading and Writing While Bored

One of the most important skills to hone as a student is the ability to pay close attention to your reading and writing for any given college class—practicing skills like close reading, effective note-taking, essay-planning, and more. Yet what do you do if you’re trying to read something and your eyes glaze over—you find yourself […]

International Mother Language Day

Location: NVC 2nd Floor AtriumCelebrate International Mother Language Day and Baruch’s multilingualism with Tools for Clear Speech and the Writing Center. Join us in the NVC 2nd Floor Atrium to share and learn about the languages spoken at Baruch through music and games!

[In-person] Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from mid February-May. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register […]

[Online] Developing Thesis Statements

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to write effective, complex, evidence-based thesis statements in any field. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. If you have any questions about how to […]

[Online] Emailing Strategically

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to tailor emails to specific audiences and contexts. You’ll also learn strategies to convey politeness in professional communication. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. […]

[Online] Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to choose between three strategies—summary, paraphrase, and quotation—to support your writing goals. From there, you’ll also learn how to incorporate the words and ideas of others into your essay. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting […]

[Online] Writing an Honors Thesis Proposal

Presenters:Stephen Francoeur, User Experience LibrarianDiana Hamilton, Director of the Writing Center This workshop will help undergraduate students prepare their proposals for honors theses. The Newman Library and the Writing Center will collaborate to discuss the kinds of sources the committee expects, how to identify and use those sources, and how to write a motivated, focused […]

[In-person] Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from mid February-May. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register […]

[In-person] Transfer Student Workshop

Location: NVC 13-145 Thursday, 2/29, 12:30-2:00PM This workshop, hosted by Baruch’s Writing Center, will review strategies for responding to assignments—even when you feel stuck or confused—and for brainstorming, developing, and organizing your thoughts. We will also review campus resources that can help you navigate stressful periods of the semester, whether you’re writing a midterm assignment, applying […]

[Online] Evidence, Analysis, and Claims

In this workshop, you’ll analyze and interpret evidence of all kinds—including graphs, statistics, and quotes from literature—in order to write claims. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. If you have […]

[Online] Understanding Plagiarism and Citation

In this workshop, you’ll learn what plagiarism is, why and how it happens, and how to reference others’ work with accuracy, clarity, and confidence. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. […]

[Online] Reading Strategies for International Students

In this workshop, we'll discuss effective and efficient reading strategies for international and/or multilingual students. Together, we'll practice strategies for previewing, contextualizing, and annotating texts across a range of genres and disciplines. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. If you have any […]

[In-person] Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from mid February-May. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register […]

[Online] Cover Letters

In this workshop, you’ll learn to write tailored cover letters (with polished, professional language) that demonstrate why you’re the best candidate for the job.  After closely reading job ads to interpret the needs of an employer, you’ll make strategic choices about what to include. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you […]

[In-person] Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from mid February-May. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register […]

[Online] Using Sources Strategically

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to find and use sources that meet your paper's needs: not just those that echo your own argument, but also sources that provide background, examples, counterarguments, and analytical methods. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting […]

[Online] Analyzing Case Studies

In this workshop, you’ll learn the steps of reading and analyzing case studies. You’ll analyze qualitative and quantitative evidence to develop recommendations in response to a dilemma. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the […]

[Online] Focusing Research Topics

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to narrow a topic to the point of being “researchable” and to articulate a motivated research question. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. If […]

[Online] Revising at the Sentence Level

In this workshop, you’ll refine the language of your writing—whether for clarity, correctness, or style. We’ll talk about strategies to proofread, vary sentence structure, and experience writing as a reader might. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times […]

[In-person] Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from mid February-May. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register […]

[Online] Controlling an Argument with Topic Sentences

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to write strong topic sentences that build on thesis statements, connect paragraphs, and structure arguments. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. If you have […]

Lexington Review Information Session

Interested in getting your writing published? Join us for a 15-minute information session about The Lexington Review, the Baruch Writing Center’s journal of outstanding student writing. During this information session, we will introduce the journal, talk about the submission guidelines, and save plenty of time for your questions. All undergraduate and graduate students at Baruch are welcome! Click […]

[In-person] Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from mid February-May. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register […]

[Online] Emailing Strategically

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to tailor emails to specific audiences and contexts. You’ll also learn strategies to convey politeness in professional communication. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. […]

[Online] Evidence, Analysis, and Claims

In this workshop, you’ll analyze and interpret evidence of all kinds—including graphs, statistics, and quotes from literature—in order to write claims. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the Eastern Time Zone. If you have […]

[In-person] Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from mid February-May. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register […]

[Online] Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to choose between three strategies—summary, paraphrase, and quotation—to support your writing goals. From there, you’ll also learn how to incorporate the words and ideas of others into your essay. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting […]

[Online] Communicating about Accommodations and Accessibility

This online workshop offers a supportive environment for students with disabilities to learn and practice strategies for communicating with professors about accessibility. In this interactive workshop, we’ll analyze sample emails, talk about strategies for clear and proactive communication, and spend time drafting and revising an accommodations-related email to a professor. Click here to register for […]

[Online] Analyzing Case Studies

In this workshop, you’ll learn the steps of reading and analyzing case studies. You’ll analyze qualitative and quantitative evidence to develop recommendations in response to a dilemma. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting link. All workshop times are listed in the […]

[In-person] Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from mid February-May. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register […]

Lexington Review Information Session

Interested in getting your writing published? Join us for a 15-minute information session about The Lexington Review, the Baruch Writing Center’s journal of outstanding student writing. During this information session, we will introduce the journal, talk about the submission guidelines, and save plenty of time for your questions. All undergraduate and graduate students at Baruch are welcome! Click […]

[Online] Using Sources Strategically

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to find and use sources that meet your paper's needs: not just those that echo your own argument, but also sources that provide background, examples, counterarguments, and analytical methods. Click here to register for this interactive Zoom workshop.  When you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing the meeting […]

[Online Spring Grammar Workshop] Fundamentals of Grammar

In this workshop, you will review the fundamental parts of a sentence and practice revising incomplete and run-on sentences. This workshop is a great standalone refresher or foundation for the Grammar workshop series. This workshop is part of our five-part Spring Grammar Workshop series. Build your skills during your lunch hour this spring by joining […]

[Online Spring Grammar Workshop] Building Complex Sentences

In this workshop, you will learn the parts of a sentence; the difference between simple, compound, and complex sentences; and how and when to use different types of sentences in your writing. This workshop is part of our five-part Spring Grammar Workshop series. Build your skills during your lunch hour this spring by joining us […]

[In-person] Thursday Writing Hours

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? Join us for a weekly work session to write alongside other students. A facilitator will help you set goals. We’ve reserved the Feit Seminar room (NVC 8-190) on Thursdays from mid February-May. You can join for any amount of time. Click here to register […]