About Writing Studios
- Writing Studios are designed to help graduate students like you with academic writing by presenting, modeling, and helping practice theory-based writing management strategies.
- Keep in mind that Writing Studios are not classes; there is no course credit, no assignments and no tuition.
- Writing Studios meet once a week for one month on the Texas A&M campus in College Station.
Basic Writing Studio
The Basic Writing Studio focuses on providing tips and strategies to help you write more and frequently with less stress.
- Q&As, and
- Time devoted to writing.
New for Spring 2023: POWER DP (Deliberate Practice) Writing Lab
Join a virtual writing group – facilitated by Dr. Pat Goodson – where you can come with questions about academic writing-&-publishing, spend time working on your own writing, and learn how to ask for and offer useful feedback. All of this in a safe atmosphere of peer-support and academic development.
The lab will begin on February 3rd, and meet for 2 hours every Friday afternoon, during the Spring semester, from 1pm to 3pm.
You must register, to receive the Zoom link to attend.
During the first half of the session, group members may ask writing-related questions and/or learn specific helpful tips and strategies. The remaining time will be spent writing (working individually on one’s own writing projects) and/or obtaining feedback, when needed.
Spaces are limited, so register early!
Please note: To promote group cohesion, participants who skip/miss more than 3 consecutive meetings will be asked to remove themselves from the group.