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Writing fellows are an integral part of the Writers’ Studio. Writing fellows are peer tutors who work with students in the Writers’ Studio to provide good feedback on writing projects and to assist with moderating group discussions. Writing fellows reflect the core values of the program, namely, that writing is a social act and that collaboration among peers is a valuable and highly effective method of learning. Together with instructors, writing fellows work closely with students in the Writers’ Studio to foster a collaborative, interactive online learning space.
Our writing fellows are both advanced undergraduate and graduate students at ASU who are chosen for their strong writing skills and investment in helping others to improve their writing.
In their first semester in the program, fellows participate in a 3-unit seminar on the theory and practice of teaching writing; they reflect on their own practices as writers, develop a theory of teaching and writing, learn how to employ different technologies to respond to written and multimodal composition projects, and cultivate a variety of feedback methods for the diverse group of learners in our program. They also receive important mentoring from instructors, who provide feedback on their comments and guide them in their interactions with students.
Writing fellows do not grade essays. Rather, they comment on invention work, review second drafts of the multimodal projects students compose in the course, and provide additional support to students throughout the writing process. Ultimately, the writing fellows help make the Writers’ Studio a vibrant, dynamic learning space.
Writers' Studio is always looking students to join our team as Writing Fellows!
You meet the minimum qualifications if:
We are presently hiring a number of Writing Fellows (Student Worker III) to begin in fall 2016.
You would be working in the online environment to extend writing support to ASU students completeing first-year composition in the online version of Writers' Studio. An information session will be held on Thursday, April 14, from 12:00 - 1:00 pm in Urban Systems Engineering (USE), room 125.
To apply, visit the ASU Student Employment website:
Select the maroon "Search for Student Jobs" box > "Search On-Campus Jobs" > [you may then be asked to log in using your ASURITE and password] > select the first hyperlink "Search for openings" and enter Requisition ID 21463.
For more information, email Michelle Stuckey, clinical assistant professor, Writers' Studio.