The Graduate Writing Center exists to serve the needs of graduate students in education, nursing, and business at UVU as well as faculty members in all departments.
When you enter the website, click on the drop down menu in the center of the top of the page, and select "Graduate Writing Center Fall 2014".
The Graduate Writing Center works with students one-on-one or in groups to address all order of writing concerns: argument, organization, style, and formatting. The goal of the Writing Center is ultimately to help students become independent professionals in their fields; thus, we work actively with students to identify concerns and make improvements at all stages of the research process. While we will gladly address questions of grammar and style during tutorials, we do not function as an editing service.
All Writing Center services are free to students. Appointments are usually one hour and walk-in appointments are often available.
Rebecca Disrud is currently completing a PhD in English through Indiana University, Bloomington. She holds two Master's degrees and has extensive experience in academic writing and editing for graduate and professional audiences. She has taught classes in literature, music, writing for the humanities, writing for the sciences, and also has a background in career services, specializing in resumes and cover letters. She has been at UVU for two years, where she has worked with numerous graduate students on proposals, literature reviews, and theses.