The Writing Studio at the Academic Hub

We help undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and community members improve your writing skills and techniques.

Undergraduate students

Undergraduate students can schedule an appointment with a writing tutor.

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Graduate students

Graduate students can connect with Writing Coach faculty for more support.

Graduate students resources

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You can get a feel for our space and services before meeting with someone to help you.

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Writing tutor services

  • Brainstorming, drafting, and editing
  • Curriculum design and best practices
  • Genre conventions
  • Literature reviews
  • Mechanics and grammar
  • Research skills, methods and formatting (TPART, IMRaD)
  • Style conventions, APA, Chicago, IEEE, and MLA
  • Writing processes
  • Collaborate with Career Services to help with professional and workplace documents, including email etiquette, resumes, and cover letter assistance.
  • Collaborate with the Undergraduate Research Center on presentation design and practice for academic conferences, poster conventions, and the Undergraduate Research Symposium.

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Meet our writing tutors

Atlee BeamAtlee Beam

Atlee Beam is a Vocal Performance major and History minor. He is proficient in academic research and applying these findings in essays.

 

Eden CampbellEden Campbell

Hello! My name is Eden, and I'm an English major. I love to read, unsurprisingly, and I love to kayak.

I can't wait to meet with you!

 

Madi DoleMadi Dole

I am a Writing major with a Pre-Law minor. I can help you with anything writing related, but especially organization and flow. I enjoy reading students' papers with creative and thought-provoking topics.

 

Ethan HaleEthan Hale

Ethan is a 3rd year English major and a 1st year writing tutor. Outside of helping you with your writing, he works as an RA and stays busy in the campus radio station. He also enjoys long walks on the beach and all that junk.

 

Jenny MasonJenny Mason

Jenny Mason is an award-winning children's author of over 20 nonfiction books. She received an MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and an M.Phil from Trinity College Dublin. Jenny is every student's guide-on-the-side for writing, researching, study skills, and time management.

 

Sarah SchmutteSarah Schmutte

Hello! My name is Sarah. I am an Exercise Physiology Major on the pre-med track and am very interested in maternal and fetal medicine. My specialty in writing includes scientific writing such as research projects and reports.

 

Gracie WalstonGracie Walston

My name is Gracie Walston, and I am a senior majoring in Psychology and double minoring in Exercise Science and Journalism. I have worked as a Peer Educator for three semesters. My goal post-graduation is to utilize my Psychology degree by working in one of the community shelters or domestic abuse organizations in town and then eventually attend graduate school to get a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

 

Contact information

Peer Education Director

Michelle Bonanno
Noble Hall, Room 234
Phone: 970-247-7183
Email:bonanno_m@fortlewis.edu

Peer Education Coordinator

Sherri Spriggs
Peer Education Center, Reed Library
Phone: 970-247-7324
Email: smspriggs@fortlewis.edu

Writing Studio Coordinator

Erik Juergensmeyer
Email: writing@fortlewis.edu