The Center for the Study of Writing (CSW) is a flexible, cross-disciplinary center that fosters connections between innovative writing research and sound pedagogical practices, and between specialized faculty expertise and the needs and interests of aspiring undergraduate and graduate students.
What's New at the CSW
A gift from Jackson McHenry (Adelbert '52)
has helped to create a campus-wide prize that recognizes excellent teachers of undergraduate writers, to be awarded for the first time in Spring 2010.
Support from the SAGES (Seminar Approach to General Education and Scholarship) Program will help to underwrite the second annual Celebration of Student Writing and to establish an award acknowledging outstanding Consultants in the University's Writing Resource Center (WRC).
These and other gifts help us to sustain and expand the CSW's Writing Week and other activities in 2010.
To give to the Center for the Study of Writing, please contact the College of Arts and Sciences' development and external relations office at (216) 368-0097, (800) 360-5308, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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