The Graduate Writing Assistant is available by walk-in during office hours or by appointment for Rutgers University–Camden graduate students during the academic year. You may also download the BAND application on your mobile device to request workshops, receive notifications on relevant news and tips, upload and share your work for review, and more. To learn about how to access and utilize the Student Writing Assistance band, visit Get Connected: Student Writing Assistance on BAND.
The Graduate Writing Assistant aims to help graduate students with their theses, dissertations, and capstone projects. Assistance includes but is not limited to enhancing composition skills, brushing up on research-citation methods, developing tactics to avoid plagiarism, copyediting for grammar, spelling, and punctuation, approaching paper organization dynamically, and providing helpful writing tips and resources.
Receive feedback, conduct collaborative brainstorming, or just get an extra set of eyes on all of your writing assignments. Services are available across academic disciplines to all graduate students enrolled in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers–Camden. The Graduate Writing Assistant will also periodically hold small group workshops that address matters such as time management, quote integration, research methods, and more.
Writing Abstracts and Presenting Your Research, February 15th at 4:30pm
Effective Paraphrasing and Diversifying In-Text Citations, April 5th at 4:30pm Armitage Hall Faculty Lounge
Contact and Office Hours
Graduate Writing Assistant: Breanna Ransome, email@example.com