The Departmental Writing Fellow (DWF) is a writing resource available to any and all undergraduates enrolled in Psychology Department courses. The DWF offers discipline-specific writing advice, such as how to navigate the conventions of writing in psychology, as well as more general writing help. The DWF can provide support for all steps of the writing process, including brainstorming and formulating arguments, organizing thoughts and developing paper structure, and proofreading and editing drafts.
Maggie Kandel, Departmental Writing Fellow (2020-2021)
Maggie is a Ph.D. student in the Psychology Department, where she studies language acquisition and the cognitive mechanisms of language. She loves reading and discussing writing and looks forward to working with students on their projects!
How to Meet with the Departmental Writing Fellow: In 2020-2021, all DWF meetings will take place over Zoom. If you would like to meet with Maggie, please e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time. In your e-mail, please include: your availability, whether you would like to meet for 30 min or 1 hour, and what you would like to discuss during the meeting.
For general writing resources, feel free to peruse...
For psychology-specific writing resources, check out...
- Writing for Psychology: A Guide for Psychology Concentrators
- A Brief Guide to Writing the Psychology Paper
And for APA formatting resources, look at...