The Research and Writing Center is looking for two or more new tutors to join the team starting October 1, 2018. If you're interested, please fill out the official application form and submit your complete application to Shawn Raisig (R. 556).
The deadline for applications is Friday, 8 June 2018.
For further questions, please contatct Shawn Raisig via firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you!
The Research and Writing Center
“Students helping students”
What we do
Writing is a process that can be improved at all levels. Whether you are in your first semester, working on your Bachelor thesis, or pursuing a postgraduate degree, helping you to improve this skill is our goal. To do so, we support you during every step of your research and writing process and aim to make you a more confident writer.
How we do it
We offer 45-minute, one-to-one tutoring appointments (in person or online). During the appointment, you can work with a fellow student on what you’d like: finding sources, identifying grammar mistakes, organizing your paper, and much more. Whatever your concern, we will help you find a solution.
Where we do it
We are located in room 407 of the Brechtbau, in the heart of the English Department. This cozy, comfortable office is the space for your private session, where you can work on your writing while eating free candy, using our handouts, and enjoying the complimentary view of the Österberg sheep. We also offer synchronous online tutoring appointments via WCOnline. No matter where you physically are, you and your peer tutor can view your paper and chat about it at the same time.
Why we do it
We believe that by working together, we can improve your writing skills and empower you to make the best of your potential. You as an individual are most important to us.
Therefore, we want to grant you your privacy, treat you with tolerance and fairness, and acknowledge your voice as a writer.
We will always strive to be friendly, to be open, and to treat you with respect: What happens in the Research and Writing Center stays in the Research and Writing Center.