The Interdisciplinary Writing Program offers dynamic and innovative internship opportunities for undergraduate students. These opportunities are designed to directly and indirectly support student writing and to promote a writing-rich culture across campus.
Please contact the IWP Director, or email email@example.com if you are interested in working as an Intern with the IWP or if you are interested in having an Intern provide writing support to students in your program or courses.
To date, our enthusiastic Interns have been involved in student motivation surveys, writing consultations, teaching presentations, mentoring international peers, and more.
You can explore the current projects of our Interns, or learn more about the participants below and through our Media and blogs page.
Survey: Why students come to the University Writing Center Accordion Closed
Project lead: Javin Singer
During the Spring of 2018, Javin created, distributed, and collected surveys that were focused on trying to understand why students return to the University Writing Commons. This project was aimed at trying to increase the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns, class visits, and recruitment.
Do-not-discard-card: citations and references handout Accordion Closed
Project lead: Nicole Escamilla Guardiola
In the Spring of 2018, Nicole developed and distributed “Do-Not-Discard-Cards.” These hand-outs were created to make citation and formatting rules accessible. Rather than trying to memorize the rules of APA or MLA, these handouts have all the information you need for Chicago, MLA, APA, and more!
Pre-law myths: debunking the narrative Accordion Closed
Project lead: Micaiah Harris
Have you heard Law School is nearly impossible to get into? So have we.
In the Spring of 2018, Micaiah is working to develop resources and tools for students who are interested in applying for Law school.
Interviewing the IWP Accordion Closed
Project team: Sarah Begovac, Emily Salazar, and Rylan Shannon
Do you know who works for the Interdisciplinary Writing Program? What do they do? How does it work?
These are the questions that guided Sarah, Emily and Rylan through their interviews with the IWP Staff and Interns.