The English Writing Enhancement Lab has officially opened this semester. The hours of operation for the lab are from Monday thru Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The lab is located in Carter G. Woodson Hall, Room 231.
The EWEL provides English tutoring and writing consultation for all Grambling State University students in all fields.
Walk-ins are welcome, but to be assured of being tutored in English or to work with a tutor on an essay, an appointment is needed. The EWEL is staffed with several volunteers, including English faculty Work Study tutors and English majors.
The EWEL also provides a series of English student mini-workshops on a variety of topics.
Upcoming workshops for the fall semester include:
ν “Clauses & Clause Types” on Sept. 12 (Dr. James Clawson)
ν “Using Computer Databases to Conduct Research” on Sept. 26 (Dr. Evelyn Wynn)
ν “MLA Research & Methods” on Oct. 17 (Bernie Evans)
ν “Beyond the Obvious: Decoding Historical & Cultural Clues in Literary Texts” on Oct. 31 (Catherine Bonner)
ν MLA Style Documentation on Nov. 7 (Dr. Charles Snodgrass)
ν “Writing Resumes” on Nov. 14 (Dr. Mica Gould)
ν “Combining Sentences” on Nov. 21 (Nellie Harvey)
All mini-workshops are free and open to Grambling State students.
Call 274-2352 for additional information.
The English Writing Enhancement Lab is funded by a grant from Title III.