Writing as Leadership
February 3, 2015 | 4-5 pm | Hudson Auditorium (Room
The second in a four-part series on Writing and the Dominican
Charisms, come learn how to use writing as a tool for leadership.
At the event, we’ll discuss different leadership styles, analyze
the writing of leaders in our society, and identify tools to
improve our own writing-as-leadership skills. Co-sponsored by the
Student Activities’ Leadership Development Program and the Writing
Plagiarism Awareness Pizza Party
March 20, 2015 | 11:30 am-1:30 pm | Aquinas
Let the Writing Center help you tackle your fear of plagiarizing!
Learn about the different forms of intentional and unintentional
plagiarism and how to avoid them through workshops, working with
tutors, and playing video games.
Writing as Community
Rescheduled for April 7, 2015 | 4-5:30 pm | Dominican
The third in a four-part series on Writing and the Dominican
Charisms, this event will explore how writing can aid in the
development of community – both in the real world and as a member
of a scholarly discourse community.
Please note: The Writing as Social Justice event,
originally scheduled for March 31, has been
Poetry 101: Across the Generations
April 23, 2015 | 4-6 pm | Whittaker Stage
As a part of the Mount’s larger National Poetry Month celebration,
this poetry salon will bring together Mount students from the
Desmond Campus and from main campus for an afternoon of writing and
sharing poetry. Writing Center Director Gina Evers and members of
the Essence of Poetry club will lead participants in a poetry
writing workshop, and everyone will share and receive feedback on
their new poems in small groups. The event will conclude with
participants reading their work at an open mic. This event will
empower members of the Mount community to share their voices,
uniting writers of all ages through the power of poetry.
Co-sponsored by Essence of Poetry and the Writing Center.