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GWC Workshop Introduces New Students to Academic Writing
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GWC Workshop Introduces New Students to Academic Writing

By MC2 Michael Ehrlich

NPS Associate Professor of National Security Affairs Zachary Shore addresses NPS students, faculty and staff during a Graduate Writing Center (GWC) Workshop in King Auditorium, Sept. 27. The center provides students with a series of workshops to help them develop grammar, structure, and logic skills while completing courses at NPS.

“The writing coaches cover the nuts and bolts of writing,” said Shore. “It’s going to help you to save time and it’s also going to give you a lot of power to get your ideas noticed.”

“Years ago there wasn’t a GWC to help students with their writing. I found that paradoxical because faculty always complained that students couldn’t write. There was resistance to setting up an institutionalized center where students could get help with their writing,” added Senior Lecturer in Defense Analysis George Lober.

GWC coaches have the training and experience necessary to help you organize your ideas, develop an outline, prepare citations, manage the writing process, and overcome writer's block. For more information visit the GWC located in the Dudley Knox Library.
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