The New and Improved Drop-In
The New and Improved Drop In
With the start of the fall semester, the Wilfrid Laurier Writing Centre has shaken things up by implementing a new schedule for appointments and drop-in hours. This new schedule has set aside every Thursday, all day, for students to drop in without a pre-scheduled appointment in order to get help with any aspect of their academic writing assignments. There will be two tutors available from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and three tutors available from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
This new schedule will make it easier for students to find time between classes to visit the Writing Centre. Appointments will be scheduled on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Manager Spotlight: Congratulations, Dr. Samuels!
Dr. Boba Samuels successfully defended her doctoral dissertation yesterday at the Faculty of Education at the University of Western Ontario. The title of her dissertation is "What is Writing in Undergraduate Anthropology? An Activity Theory Analysis".
Congratulations, Dr. Samuels!
Tutor Spotlight: Congratulations, Haydn!
Here's more good news: Haydn Lawrence successfully defended his Master's thesis last week. The title of his thesis is Integrated Spatial Analysis of Volunteered Geographic Information.
Congratulations, Master Haydn!
Tutor Spotlight: Congratulations, Dr. Sharpe!
We are so happy to share the news that Dr. Ada Sharpe successfully defended her PhD dissertation in English and Film Studies. The title of her dissertation is "Polish or work? Four women novelists and the professionalization of accomplishment, 1796-1814. You can read about her dissertation here.
Congratulations, Dr. Sharpe!