News Archive

Friday, Nov 9, 2018
by Princeton Writing Program

Looking to chart a course for your JP or senior thesis? Attend one of our upcoming workshops for independent work.

Friday, Oct 26, 2018
by Princeton Writing Program

Join us on Friday, November 16 for the Mary W. George Freshman Research Conference. The conference will showcase the scholarly work of a range of exceptional Spring 2018 Writing Seminar students from different courses and disciplines.

Wednesday, Oct 17, 2018
by Princeton Writing Program

Working on a proposal or fellowship?  Deadline coming up?  Come workshop your proposal with other writers.

Thursday, October 18, 4-7pm and Friday, October 19, 10am-1pm
The Writing Center, 2 New South...

Monday, Oct 8, 2018
by Princeton Writing Program

Looking for a quiet space to work on your dissertation during Fall Break with a community of fellow writers?  Check out our Fall Break Dissertation Boot Camp!

Thursday, Sep 20, 2018
by Princeton Writing Program

Writing Center drop-in appointments are available Sunday through Thursday evenings from 7pm to 11pm when classes are in session.  Daytime and evening appointments may be booked online

Wednesday, Sep 19, 2018
by Princeton Writing Program

Are you an A.B. senior looking for thesis research support during winter recess or intersession? Do you have questions about available funding opportunities and the SAFE application process? Want to know how to write a project proposal that will knock the socks off your reader? Come to this workshop offered by the Office of Undergraduate...

Friday, Aug 10, 2018
by Princeton Writing Program

Writing Seminar term assignments were sent by email on August 1. Descriptions of the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 seminars and information about the enrollment process can be found on our website.

Thursday, May 10, 2018
by Princeton Writing Program

Tortoise, a pedagogical journal supported by the Writing Center, is proud to announce that the Spring 2018 issue is now available Tortoise showcases excellent writing from both undergraduates and graduates in all disciplines.

Tuesday, Mar 27, 2018
by Princeton Writing Program

2021? Considering STEM? In workshops, labs, and on the mandatory 9-day field trip to the American Southwest, you'll gain practical experience collecting climatological data (using drones!) and analyzing these data using software and programming languages like ArcGIS and Matlab.

Monday, Oct 9, 2017
by Princeton Writing Program

Learn about undergraduate student Alec Getraer's experience discovering a real motive for his GEO/WRI 201 research paper on the Princeton Correspondents on Undergraduate Research (PCUR) blog.

Read "When Research Fails: Turning a Fiasco...