From the editor.
Amidst all the announcements, you'll find Kathleen Welsch's article on how we can offer numerous professional experiences and skills to tutors to enhance their own education as well as their career opportunities. Then Paula Gillespie, Paul Heidebrect, and Lorelle Lamascus discuss a new program at Marquette University for the writing center to train grad students in other disciplines to return to their departments to assist with writing.
Jeanne Smith reviews Bill Macauley and Nick Mauriello's Marginal Words, Marginal Works?, the winner of the 2007 IWCA scholarship award for the best book of the year. To conclude this issue, J. Tremblay reflects on how he managed as an older tutor to connect with the students he was tutoring.
A crowded issue, but in a more positive light, I hope, an issue packed with worthwhile reading.
Muriel Harris, editor
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|Publication:||Writing Lab Newsletter|
|Date:||Apr 1, 2008|
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