Katie Baillargeon and Chuck Bazerman
Leadership and Advocacy Certificate
Amy Propen
Janet Mizrahi
109HU California
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Come learn about the new Journalism Professioal Certificate offered by the UCSB Writing Program...

The Professional Writing Minor will be holding an information session, Thursday May 3rd 5-6 p.m....

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Congratualtions to Catt Phan, the recipeint of the inaugural Ellen Reid Writing Award ($1500)....

Please join us on Tuesday, May 15, 4PM, at  Mosher Alumni House at a reception to honor...

Announcing the new Leadership and Advocacy certificate, which is designed to support the career goals of UCSB's aspiring leaders, with a particular focus on learning from community leaders and developing writing, communication, and public speaking skills.

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South Hall 3432

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UCSB Writing Program
South Hall
University of California
Santa Barbara CA 93106-3010

 

Writing for academic, professional, and civic life

In the UCSB Writing Program, students study and practice writing in academic, civic, and professional contexts.

Undergraduate courses focus on study of and practice with writing expected by different audiences. Lower division courses help students develop foundational critical writing, reading, research, and analysis strategies.

Upper division courses concentrate on the study and practice of writing in specific academic, professional, and civic contexts as well as on the study of writing as an academic discipline.

The Program also offers a Professional Writing Minor and opportunities for undergraduates and graduates to conduct independent research with expert faculty.

The Writing Program supports graduate education with graduate-level classes, writing workshops, and courses focusing on writing theory and pedagogy. The Program also offers a Ph.D. emphasis in Writing Studies for students in select departments.

Awarded the Conference on College Composition and Communication Writing Program Certificate of Excellence