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Take the Next Step Towards Becoming a Better Academic Writer
Are you having trouble with your academic writing? Are you unsure about what your lecturer is asking from you? Whether you are studying journalism, international relations, humanities, law or business, the ATC is here to help.
We specialize in improving your academic writing ability as well as helping you get more from your academic assignments. From basics like sentence and paragraph structure, all the way up to helping you do research for your essays, the ATC is an excellent resource for you to take advantage of.
Sessions are typically 30 minutes long, although you may book for longer, and are held in room 3.06 in the library building.
Sessions with our tutors are provided by AAU and are therefore free to all students. The ATC is part of the Department of English and Academic Writing and is chaired by Karen Grunow, PhD.
- Sentence, paragraph, and essay structure
- Content and vocabulary development
- Citations and plagiarism (easybib.com) (APA, MLA, Harvard)
- CV writing & personal statements
Tutors & Specializations:
(Tuesdays 1:00 – 5:00 PM (walk-ins encouraged), Thursdays 1:00 – 5:00 PM)
Areas of Specialization: Academic Writing, Essay Structure and Support, and Editing Techniques.
(Mo 9–1 PM, Tu 9–1 PM (walk-ins encouraged both days))
Areas of specialization: Research Papers, Analytical Writing, Narrative Writing, and Essay Structure.
Dr. Norma Hervey
(Mondays 1:00 – 5:00 PM and Wednesdays 1:00 – 5:00 PM, walk-ins are welcome both days)
Areas of Specialization: thesis writing, US history, the Holocaust, Russian history, European history, and Ethnic/Immigration issues.
(Thursdays 9:00 – 1:00 PM, Fridays 9:00 – 12:30 PM (walk-ins on Fr))
Areas of specialization: Editing, Essay Structure, Literature and Theatre, Academic and Free Writing, and Thesis Writing.
(email me for help)
Areas of Specialization: 20th century American and European History, Education, Education Policy, Gender Studies, Leadership, American Literature, Literary Theory, Teaching, and Writing.