PWC Q&A: Professor Nathan Whitlock

This year we’re taking you behind the scenes to see how PWC operates and hear from key people on the administrative and teaching staff. Professor Nathan Whitlock teaches PWC’s Storytelling and Narrative course in first term and the Professionalism Skills: Internship Preparation course in second term. We asked him what he likes about teaching writing, and... Continue Reading →

PWC Q&A: Professor Suzanne Bowness

This year we’re taking you behind the scenes to see how PWC operates and hear from key people on the administrative and teaching staff. Professor Suzanne Bowness teaches PWC’s Writing Principles: Introduction and Writers Identity courses in first term and the Developing Form and Repurposing Writing course in second term. She also helped to develop PWC... Continue Reading →

PWC Q&A: Professor Helena Moncrieff

This year we’re taking you behind the scenes to see how PWC operates and hear from key people on the administrative and teaching staff. Professor Helena Moncrieff teaches PWC's Editing for Writers course in first term and the Writing Principles: Advanced course in second term. If there's a reason our students know their CP style, Helena... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Tips: Research

PWC students are always learning new things, and once in a while we like to share some top tips. From professor Cobi Ladner, who teaches the Writers as Researchers course, here are (in no particular order) ten tips on her topic:   Always check with the organization you’re working for about which style guide to... Continue Reading →

Welcome to a new year!

For our first post of the new academic year, we asked PWC professor Melanie Fishbane, who teaches Writing in the Digital Age: Foundation course (and is therefore our resident blogging expert!), to reflect on the start of school through a teacher's eyes.  Here’s a secret…teachers are just as excited and worried as students about the first day of... Continue Reading →

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