Virtual workshop: Packing a Punch with Punctuation

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Date/Time:Monday, 20 Sep 2021 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Contact:Rachel McKenny,
Channel:Dean of Students Office
Categories:Training, development
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"Packing a Punch with Punctuation: When Well-placed Commas Matter." Identify when it is appropriate and powerful to use commas; experiment with comma usage to create a more meaningful reading experience for your audience. Registration required. Part of the faculty and staff workshop series offered by the Writing and Media Center.

Writing and Media Center
Faculty and Staff Workshops, Fall 2021

Sept. 14, "Doing the Electric Slide(ware): Creating More Engaging PowerPoints for your Audience and Purpose," Register

Sept. 20, "Packing a Punch with Punctuation: When Well-placed Commas Matter," Register

Oct. 13, "Making a Pitch into a Hit, Part I: A Guide to Pitching Articles to Magazines and Newspapers," Register

Oct. 27, "Making a Pitch into a Hit, Part II: Follow-Up Session to Review Pitch Drafts," Register

Nov. 1, "Reforming the Word Hoarder Within: Key Strategies to Becoming a Concise Writer," Register

Nov. 16, "Passive vs. Active Voice: The How, the When, and the Why of Voice Choices," Register

Dec. 9, "Preparing for your Annual Review: Quick Tips for Personal Statements and Teaching Philosophies," Register