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Rising Coaches Conference Notes - Mark Downey

Rising Coaches Conference Notes – Mark Downey

These notes were originally featured on RisingCoachesElite.com. Make sure to follow @RisingCoaches on twitter for more coaching material. 116 more words


This is WAC (writing across the curriculum): A poet's perspective

Dr. Curtis Crisler, Associate Professor of English at IPFW, answered our questions and provided writing insights from his own expert experience.

“Do you have a particular way you research and write?” -Heather D. 595 more words


About IPFW Nursing's Newest Faculty

Our professors know the importance of getting to know their students to better help them succeed, and are a great resource when it comes to getting the most out of your nursing education. 809 more words

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Writer's Group Meets Tomorrow: September 21st!

It’s that time again. The AWP Writers Group will meet Wednesday, September 21st at IPFW in LA160. It may be a pain to make yourself come, but you will be glad you did. 89 more words

A letter from an alumnus: A.J. Rivera


My name is Adrian Rivera (though I go by A.J.). During my time as an undergraduate I worked at the Writing Center. Specifically, I worked there for three years, with two and a half years of that time being as a lead consultant. 743 more words


Do you even revise, bro?

Writing is a process; it’s messy, it’s sometimes tedious, it’s unique for each of us, and it takes TIME. Revision is a vital part of that process and believe it or not, it’s ongoing. 902 more words


MBTIs at IPFW's Writing Center

Hello Dons,


What?! Recently, the Writing Center team was graced with the presence of Ashley Calderon and Kayla Klimasko. Ashley Calderon, who is the Director of Career Services, led our group through the insightful afternoon about our MBTI test results. 359 more words