Dates and Time - May 18-22, 2015, 8:30am to 5:30pm
Location: - Moody Library, Prichard Commons
The schedule is intended to offer extended periods of writing punctuated by opportunities for motivation and feedback from select faculty and fellow participants.
Each morning will begin with the group gathering to hear faculty members share tips, tricks, and words of wisdom about the writing process and a short time for spiritual reflection. Writers will have access to large tables, power outlets, AirBear, and printers. Students will work from laptop computers and may reserve a library owned computer for the week, if needed. Lunch, provided by the Graduate School, will give participants time for informal conversation about their projects, problems, and progress as well as provide an opportunity to mentally reset for the afternoon. In the middle of each afternoon, students will meet in small groups with a faculty member who will help them talk generally about their projects and the writing process. These times are designed to help you work through particular issues you are facing and provide encouragement and perspective about your work.