Location: Rodman Room (Thornton A207)
Add to Calendar 2019-09-30T11:30:00 2019-09-30T13:00:00 America/New_York Sentence Structure & Punctuation Refresher for Grad Students -GWL Fa19 Join us for this hands-on workshop that sorts out common sentence level issues. Is it that or which? Do I need a comma here? When can I use a semicolon? What’s a comma splice? A dangling what? Clear up your writing by editing for sentence level issues. Workshop will cover a range of content including punctuation around a variety of conjunctions and transitions, complete sentences, use of common punctuation, relative clauses, and more. It can help bring clarity to a wide range of sentence level issues that aren't often particularly clear. Rodman Room (Thornton A207) RSVP To This Event

Join us for this hands-on workshop that sorts out common sentence level issues.

Is it that or which? Do I need a comma here? When can I use a semicolon? What’s a comma splice? A dangling what?

Clear up your writing by editing for sentence level issues. Workshop will cover a range of content including punctuation around a variety of conjunctions and transitions, complete sentences, use of common punctuation, relative clauses, and more. It can help bring clarity to a wide range of sentence level issues that aren't often particularly clear.

You can bring work to edit during the workshop.

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Designed for Engineering graduate students & postdocs. Engineering faculty & staff welcome to attend if space permits.

About the presenter: Natalie Thompson is a GWL consultant and a doctoral candidate in the English department. In addition to years of experience teaching and tutoring writing, Natalie spent a year teaching English as a foreign language in Valenciennes, France.

includes content adapted from the Univeristy of Guelph Writing Services EAL Writing Camp

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