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Smart and motivated writers at every level have experienced the power of DIALOGUE for creating writing breakthroughs.  Make talking about your writing part of your writing process.  Have specific questions?  Feeling a little unsure?  Want to bounce ideas around?   Feeling anxious?  Come in and talk it out with a friendly writing consultant who has experienced what you are going through. 
First Year Writing at UB gives students a fresh and empowering perspective on academic writing!
international students
The ability to do university-level writing in a foreign language is a feat to be admired!  We are here to help!  Come work with one of our friendly consultants or visit our English Conversation Corner for practice in spoken English and to make new friends! 
Writing development can't end with First Year Writing! Faculty know the unique writing and publishing conventions and challenges in their own discipline.  We can help you to prepare your students to write effectively in their field of study!
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Are those enormous writing projects getting you down?  Suffer in isolation no more!  Break through your uncertaintly by talking to one of our MA or PhD level consultants.  PhD students, consider one of our Dissertation Retreats!


Writing Events at UB
SEAS - Intro to Document Control Training: Intro to Document Control Training
8:00 a.m.
Ramada Hotel (formerly University Inn), North Campus
Dissertation Writing Sessions Start Oct 29

The Center for Excellence in Writing will host dissertation writing sessions from October 29 to December 5. These sessions are intended to provide writing structure to PhD students, helping them to produce steady writing each week. PhD Candidates will meet three times per week for two hours each day: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings from 9:00 to 11:00. Space is limited. To reserve a seat, or for additional information, please contact Leah Benedict, at

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