For Graduate Students—Meet with a Faculty Consultant
To expand and enhance our one-on-one graduate-level peer tutoring, we are introducing a pilot program for graduate students who wish to meet with a faculty writing consultant to discuss graduate writing projects, e.g., preliminary examinations or dissertation proposals, MA theses or projects, dissertation chapters, or seminar papers.
A supplement (not a substitute) to others’ feedback, a consultation is another way to get feedback on a particular aspect of a graduate writing project. It is also a chance to discuss individual writing practices and the rhetorical and genre-related issues entailed in graduate-level critical writing.
Like all Writing Center sessions, these consultations will be conversational and interactive, designed to help you produce your best work.
This service is offered in addition to our normal tutoring services.
- To make an appointment call the Center 414-229-4339 or email Margaret Mika, Writing Center Director email@example.com
- Graduate students (only) may reserve up to two 1-hour appointments per semester
- Students who miss an appointment without giving 24 hours-notice forfeit the right to this service
Resources for Graduate Students
- Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab (OWL) is an excellent wide-ranging resource to address many writing issues.
- Strategies for Graduate Writers and Others Working on Long Papers – Helpful guidelines so you can plan accordingly and make the best use of your session
Support Group for Dissertation and Thesis Writers
Contact JoAnn Graham, Ph.D., Norris Health Center, 414-229-5144 for more information.
- Documentation Style Guides – AP, APA, MLA, Chicago styles, and more
- UWM Graduate School Formats – Master’s Thesis and Doctoral Dissertation Format Requirements from the UWM Graduate School
- Curriculum Vitae and Related Topics — (from University of Virginia)
- Personal Statements – (from UWM Professor J. Puskar)
- Personal Statements/Graduate School – (from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
- Diversity Statements – (from the University of Chicago Grad School)
- How to Write an Effective Diversity Statement – (from Inside Higher Ed)
- Artist Statements – (from UWM Professor Nathaniel Stern)
- Writing Across Disciplines: “Department by Department Guide,” Marquette University – (Note: This Guide was created by and for Marquette University. While this guide is useful for discussion, UWM students should always give precedence to their UWM teachers’ assignments, instructions, and expectations.)