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Wednesday, January 09 @ 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Kick off your spring semester work by attending the Faculty Writing Retreat. Space is limited; please register!
The retreat is simple: we provide a comfortable space, healthy snacks, beverages, and lunch, and no distractions so that you can spend a day working on a writing project. Participants will be able to have a consultation with a librarian or a writing specialist if desired, but mostly, participants will work in peace and quiet.
At lunch, we will offer a very brief program on different aspects of writing productively and efficiently; there will also be time to stretch and get outdoors.
This retreat is sponsored by the Writing in the Disciplines Program, the Center for Teaching and Learning, and Bailey/Howe Library.
The week following this retreat, a regular faculty writing group will begin meeting weekly, offering a shorter period of quiet writing time with the support of colleagues. Participants who are interested in forming a writing group that would read each other's work can let us know and we will help you network.
- Contact: Susanmarie Harrington, Susan.Harrington@uvm.edu
- Facilitated By:
Jennifer Dickinson, Ctr for Teaching & Learning; Anthropology
- Location: Fulwiller Room: 302 Bailey/Howe Library