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 at Humber Open House April 8th

PWC is participating in Humber's Spring Open House on Saturday, April 8th - come and visit our booth for more details on the program! http://humber.ca/futurestudents/tours-events/recruitment-events/spring-open-house.html

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 →

PWC information session March 9

You have questions. We're holding an info session. Please join us on Thursday, March 9, 2017 from 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM in B109 at Humber's Lakeshore campus.  At the information session, you'll have a chance to meet members of the PWC team and talk to us about the program’s courses and internships. RSVP to... Continue Reading →

Learn more about PWC

Want to be smiling as broadly as these happy people? They're our grads! If you'd like to find out more about our program, you're invited to come to Humber North campus this Thursday . See details: http://liberalarts.humber.ca/findoutmore.html … PS-happy new year to our new grads! And to our current students, starting term 2!

A tour through the tunnels

PWC students go below ground to explore the history of Humber College In this post, student writer Sarah Nieman chronicles an afternoon spent getting closer to the buildings we walk by every day. Sarah is a member of this year’s PWC cohort. With armfuls of legends and ghost sightings, you’d think that the entrance to... Continue Reading →

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