The English Program Lit Lab, located on the 5th floor of Stabler Hall, provides students with individualized writing assistance to support the learning they are doing in their English courses.
The Lit Lab help desk, alternatively staffed by faculty and peer mentors, can help students identify writing problems, develop solutions, and hone skills specific to writing about literature. Help desk staff are available to answer questions and provide writing and technical assistance for all students. Reading guidance and resources are also available for learning literary analysis, writing, revision, grammar, punctuation, and citation. Visit the Lit Lab to find out more about all it offers, including faculty-led workshops and student study groups.
Lit Lab First Wednesdays
Join the English Program on the first Wednesday of each month in Fall 2022 for a series of discussions and workshops, 1:30-2:30 p.m.:
- September 7: Graduate School Options for English Majors
- October 5: Discussion of bell hooks’ “Values: Living by a Love Ethic,” from All About Love (in support of CHASSE Celebrates bell hooks)
- November 2: Dr. Angela Hunter on Louise Dupin
- December 7: Becoming a Teacher
For more information about the Lit Lab, contact Professor Heather Hummel: email@example.com