Writing Workshops and Success Seminars

This schedule is subject to change. Check back here for updates and additions. Seating is limited to 30 students. Call 936.273.7055 or use the form below to reserve your free spot.

If you'd like to print this schedule or email it as an attachment, you can also download the PDF version here.

Select past workshop presentations can be accessed by clicking on a highlighted title.


Title Presenter(s) Date Time Location

The Write Place: Who we are and How We Can Help You Succeed!

John Wood
Tuesday, Sept. 9
1-2
G108

MLA Basics: Formatting and Citing Correctly

Nathan Zingleman
Wednesday, Sept. 10
1-2 F114

Novel Writing: The Golden Rules for a Good Plot

Alyssa Rigoli Wednesday, Sept. 10 2-3 F114

HESI Preparation: Reading and Drawing Conclusions

Elizabeth Pena and Nathan Zingleman Tuesday, Sept. 16 1-2 G108

Note Taking Skills  

John Wood    

Tuesday, Sept. 16

2-3 G123

Writing Introductions, Conclusions and Thesis Statements    

Nathan Zingleman
Wednesday, Sept. 17 1-2 F114

Get Noticed: Writing an Effective Query Letter

Alyssa Rigoli Wednesday, Sept. 17
2-3 F114

APA Basics: Formatting and Citing Correctly

Nathan Zingleman Thursday, Sept. 18 1-2

F114

Creative Fiction: Formatting a Novel

Alyssa Rigoli Monday, Sept. 22 1-2 F114

The Five-Paragraph in-class Essay

John Wood Tuesday, Sept. 23 1-2 G108

MLA Basics: Formatting and Citing Correctly  

Nathan Zingleman Wednesday, Sept. 24 1-2 F114

Writing an Annotated Bibliography

Nathan Zingleman Wednesday, Sept. 24 2-3 F114

HESI Preparation: Building Vocabulary and Context Clues

Elizabeth Pena and Nathan Zingleman Thursday, Sept. 25 1-2 G108

Writing a Scientific Research Paper

Nat Brandes Tuesday, Sept. 30 3-4 F114

APA Basics: Formatting and Citing Correctly

Nathan Zingleman Wednesday, Oct. 1 1-2 F114

The Structure of an Essay

Nathan Zingleman
Wednesday, Oct. 1
2-3 F114

Traditional vs. Self-Publishing

Alyssa Rigoli Monday, Oct. 6 1-2 G108

Putting it to the Fire:  The Importance of Critical Thinking

John Wood Tuesday, Oct. 7 1-2 G108

HESI Preparation: Main Idea and Supporting Details

Elizabeth Pena and Nathan Zingleman Tuesday, Oct. 7 1-2 G102

Writing a Review: Summarizing and Analyzing

Nathan Zingleman Wednesday, Oct. 8 1-2 G122

Preparing for the Job Interview: Writing a Resume and Cover Letter

Fiona Ross Tuesday, Oct. 14 1-2 A228

Evaluating Online Sources

Lori Hughes Wednesday, Oct. 15 1-2 F114

College Boot Camp for In-class Essay Exam: Pressure of the Clock (Hist. 1302- 6 students)

Craig Livingston Wednesday, Oct. 15 2-3 A232

College Boot Camp for In-class Essay Exam: Pressure of the Clock (Hist.1301- 6 students

Craig Livingston Saturday, Oct. 18 10-11 A232

Intro to College Research

Sarah Palacios-Wilhelm Tuesday, Oct. 21 1-2 F114

Having Fun with Writing: Story Cubes    

Lori Hughes Wednesday, Oct. 22 1-2 F114

Writing a Scientific Research Paper

Nat Brandes Wednesday, Oct. 29 1-2 F114

Preparing for the Job Interview: What to Do

Fiona Ross Wednesday, Oct. 29 1-2 A228

Having Fun with Writing: You've been Sentenced!

Lori Hughes Wednesday, Oct. 29 1-2 G108

Grammar and Sentence Structure: Trick or Treat!

Nathan Zingleman Thursday, Oct. 30 1-2 F114

An Internship: a Step to Success

Fiona Ross Wednesday, Nov. 12 1-2 A228

Writing a General Research Paper

Nathan Zingleman
Wednesday, Nov. 19
1-2 F114

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Seating is limited, so reserve your spot today! Please provide us with:
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  3. Your course, instructor, and student ID (if applicable)

If you have an idea for a workshop that is not on our schedule, please send an email to Dr. Lori Hughes Write Place Director, a lori.r.hughes@lonestar.edu. We'll try to offer it either this semester or next!

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