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[Online] Using Sources Strategically Workshop

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] Developing Thesis Statements Workshops

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 Eastern Time Zone. If you have any questions about how to sign […]

[Online] Understanding Plagiarism and Citation Workshop

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 Eastern Time Zone. If […]

[Online] Evidence, Analysis, and Claims Workshop

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 Eastern Time Zone. If you have any […]

[Online] Personal Statements Workshop

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] Communicating about Accommodations and Accessibility Needs

This workshop offers a supportive environment for students with disabilities to learn and practice strategies for communicating with professors about accessibility needs. 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] Controlling an Argument with Topic Sentences Workshop

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 Eastern Time Zone. If you have any […]

[Online] Multilingual Poetry Workshop

In this workshop, students will read poems that draw on multiple languages. Looking at works by writers like Teresa Hak Kyung Cha, 최 Lindsay, Mónica de la Torre, and others, we will discuss how poets transgress linguistic boundaries, complicate translation, and make meaning. The second half of the workshop will leave time for students to […]

[Online] Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting Workshop

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] Feminist Poetry Workshop

In honor of Women's History Month, the Writing Center and the Undergraduate Student Government invite students to a workshop on feminist poetry. During this event, students will read poems, write their own poetry inspired by the readings, and have opportunities to share their work. Students of all genders are welcome to attend and participate. This […]

[Online] Using Sources Strategically Workshop

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] Focusing Research Topics Workshop

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 Eastern Time Zone. If you […]

[Online] 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 […]

[Online] Developing Thesis Statements Workshop

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 Eastern Time Zone. If you have any questions about how to sign […]

[Online] Queer Workshop: Writing is Not a Luxury

In this 3-part program, Baruch LGBTQIA+ students will come together to read, write, and create works that draw on their own queer experience. In her 1985 essay, “Poetry is Not a Luxury,” Audre Lorde writes that “The quality of light by which we scrutinize our lives has direct bearing upon the product which we live, […]

[Online] Analyzing Case Studies Workshop

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 Eastern […]

[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 are welcome! Click […]

[Online] Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting Workshop

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 Accountability Group

Looking for a supportive, friendly place to get writing done? Join the Writing Center for our weekly online writing accountability group! During these weekly 2-hour work sessions, write virtually alongside other Baruch students who are also working on papers and projects. A professional Writing Center consultant will be available to help you set goals for […]

[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 are welcome! Click […]

[Online] Writing Accountability Group

Looking for a supportive, friendly place to get writing done? Join the Writing Center for our weekly online writing accountability group! During these weekly 2-hour work sessions, write virtually alongside other Baruch students who are also working on papers and projects. A professional Writing Center consultant will be available to help you set goals for […]

[Online] Personal Statements Workshop

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] Writing Accountability Group

Looking for a supportive, friendly place to get writing done? Join the Writing Center for our weekly online writing accountability group! During these weekly 2-hour work sessions, write virtually alongside other Baruch students who are also working on papers and projects. A professional Writing Center consultant will be available to help you set goals for […]

[Online] Emailing Strategically Workshop

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 Eastern Time Zone. If […]

[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 are welcome! Click […]

[Online] Writing Accountability Group

Looking for a supportive, friendly place to get writing done? Join the Writing Center for our weekly online writing accountability group! During these weekly 2-hour work sessions, write virtually alongside other Baruch students who are also working on papers and projects. A professional Writing Center consultant will be available to help you set goals for […]

[In-Person] On-Campus Write-In

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? We've reserved the Writing Center (NVC 8-185) from 10AM-5PM on 5/13 and 5/20 for independent student writing. Join us for a focused workspace with plenty of snacks and outlets! Pre-register online or drop in while space permits. You can join for any amount of […]

[Online] Peer Review Workshop

In this workshop, you’ll learn techniques for reading and responding to someone else’s writing. You’ll practice this process by offering feedback to (and receiving feedback from) other students. 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 […]

[Online] Writing Accountability Group

Looking for a supportive, friendly place to get writing done? Join the Writing Center for our weekly online writing accountability group! During these weekly 2-hour work sessions, write virtually alongside other Baruch students who are also working on papers and projects. A professional Writing Center consultant will be available to help you set goals for […]

[In-Person] On-Campus Write-In

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? We've reserved the Writing Center (NVC 8-185) from 10AM-5PM on 5/13 and 5/20 for independent student writing. Join us for a focused workspace with plenty of snacks and outlets! Pre-register online or drop in while space permits. You can join for any amount of […]

[Online] 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 […]

[Online] Personal Statements Workshop

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 are […]

[Online] Creative Writing Workshop: Getting Unstuck

In this creative writing workshop, we will practice strategies for getting started, working through creative blocks, and generating new ideas. We’ll share our creative processes and use prompts to generate new work during the class. We’ll also talk about what might be holding us back—self-censorship, uncertainty about our ideas, worries about time or talent—and ways of moving past them. The workshop is […]

[Online] Writing Center Orientation

Join us for a 15-minute online info session about the Baruch College Writing Center! A Writing Center staff member will answer your questions and help you get the most from your Writing Center experience. All undergraduate and graduate students at Baruch are welcome.  Click here to register for this orientation This is an interactive information […]

[Online] Demystifying College Writing

Join the Writing Center for an interactive discussion about the myths and truths of college writing and leave with tips and tools to approach your own writing assignments with 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-person] Creative Writing Workshop: Getting Started

This workshop will take place in-person in the Newman Vertical Campus, Room 8-185 In this creative writing workshop, we will practice strategies for getting started, working through creative blocks, and generating new ideas. We’ll share our creative processes and use prompts to generate new work during the class. We’ll also talk about what might be […]

[Online] Communicating about Accommodations and Accessibility

This 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. This workshop is presented in partnership […]

[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 Eastern […]

[Online] How to Be Creative

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 we have internalized about ourselves and our identities. We will engage […]

[Online] Transfer Student Workshop

The Writing Center invites all transfer students at Baruch to a workshop and Q&A designed to help you approach your assignments effectively and improve your writing skills. Bring a prompt or guidelines for a writing assignment you’ve gotten for any class (if you have one!) as well as any questions you have about writing and […]

[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 Eastern Time Zone. If […]

[Online] Faculty Open House

We invite all members of Baruch's faculty to join us for a 30-minute Writing Center open house. We’ll provide an overview of our Fall 2022 services and answer your questions about our writing support. Register to receive the Zoom link.

[Online] Writing Center Orientation

Join us for a 15-minute online info session about the Baruch College Writing Center! A Writing Center staff member will answer your questions and help you get the most from your Writing Center experience. All undergraduate and graduate students at Baruch are welcome.  Click here to register for this orientation This is an interactive information […]

[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 Eastern […]

[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 Eastern Time Zone.If you have any questions about how to sign up, […]

[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 Eastern Time Zone. If you have any […]

On-Campus Writing Accountability Session

Writing Center, NVC 8-185 55 Lexington Ave., NY, New York

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? We've reserved the Writing Center (NVC 8-185) space on Tuesday evenings on 9/20; 10/18; 11/15; 12/13 from 5-7pm. Click here to register for this in-person Writing Accountability Session. During these 2-hour work sessions, write alongside other Baruch students who are also working on papers […]

[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 […]

[Online] Creative Writing Workshop: Writing About Where We Belong (Part 1)

This is a two-part workshop on Weds 9/21 and Weds 9/28. We strongly encourage you to come to both Part 1 and Part 2 if possible, but it's not required. How do we define our home? Is it through geography, time period, religion, family, food, or available Netflix shows? In this workshop, we will use […]

[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] Creative Writing Workshop: Writing About Where We Belong (Part 2)

This is a two-part workshop on Weds 9/21 and Weds 9/28. We strongly encourage you to come to both Part 1 and Part 2 if possible, but it's not required. How do we define our home? Is it through geography, time period, religion, family, food, or available Netflix shows? In this workshop, we will use […]

[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] 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 Eastern Time Zone. If […]

[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] Communicating about Accommodations and Accessibility

This 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. This workshop is presented in partnership […]

[Online] Writing Accountability Session

Looking for a supportive, friendly place to get writing done? Join the Writing Center for our online writing accountability group! During these weekly 2-hour work sessions, write virtually alongside other Baruch students who are also working on papers and projects. A professional Writing Center consultant will be available to help you set goals for the […]

[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 Eastern […]

[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 Eastern Time Zone. If you […]

(Online) Resume Writing 101 for First-Year Students

Do you need assistance creating a resume? Join the Writing Center and the Starr Career Development Center on Oct. 13th 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 […]

[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 Eastern Time Zone. If you have any […]

[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 Eastern […]

On-Campus Queer Poetry Open Mic and Workshop

Takes place on-campus in The Writing Center (NVC, 8-185) Led by poet Nathaniel Rosenthalis. In this workshop, we’ll read together, collaborate in a brief writing exercise, and then hear from Baruch writers in an open mic. Register on MyBaruch.Co-sponsored by ISLA

On-Campus Writing Accountability Session

Writing Center, NVC 8-185 55 Lexington Ave., NY, New York

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? We've reserved the Writing Center (NVC 8-185) space on Tuesday evenings on 9/20; 10/18; 11/15; 12/13 from 5-7pm. Click here to register for this in-person Writing Accountability Session. During these 2-hour work sessions, write alongside other Baruch students who are also working on papers […]

[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] 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 Eastern Time Zone. If […]

[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 Eastern Time Zone. If you have any […]

[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 Eastern Time Zone. If you have any questions about how to sign […]

[Online] Writing Accountability Session

Looking for a supportive, friendly place to get writing done? Join the Writing Center for our online writing accountability group! During these weekly 2-hour work sessions, write virtually alongside other Baruch students who are also working on papers and projects. A professional Writing Center consultant will be available to help you set goals for the […]

[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 […]

[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] 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 Writing Accountability Session

Writing Center, NVC 8-185 55 Lexington Ave., NY, New York

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? We've reserved the Writing Center (NVC 8-185) space on Tuesday evenings on 9/20; 10/18; 11/15; 12/13 from 5-7pm. Click here to register for this in-person Writing Accountability Session. During these 2-hour work sessions, write alongside other Baruch students who are also working on papers […]

[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 Eastern Time Zone. If […]

[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 Eastern […]

[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] 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 Eastern Time Zone. If you […]

On-Campus Write-in

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? We’ve reserved the Writing Center (NVC 8-185) from 10AM-3PM on Friday, 12/09 for independent student writing.  Join us for a focused workspace! Pre-register online or drop in while space permits. You can join for any amount of time.

[Online] Writing Accountability Session

Looking for a supportive, friendly place to get writing done? Join the Writing Center for our online writing accountability group! During these weekly 2-hour work sessions, write virtually alongside other Baruch students who are also working on papers and projects. A professional Writing Center consultant will be available to help you set goals for the […]

On-Campus Writing Accountability Session

Writing Center, NVC 8-185 55 Lexington Ave., NY, New York

Looking for a quiet and productive space on campus to write? We've reserved the Writing Center (NVC 8-185) space on Tuesday evenings on 9/20; 10/18; 11/15; 12/13 from 5-7pm. Click here to register for this in-person Writing Accountability Session. During these 2-hour work sessions, write alongside other Baruch students who are also working on papers […]

[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] 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 […]

[online] How to Be Creative

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 we have internalized about ourselves and our identities. We will engage […]

[online] Demystifying College Writing

Join the Writing Center for an interactive discussion about the expectations of college writing, and leave with strategies to approach your own writing assignments with 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 Eastern Time Zone. […]

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