Andrew Lavin, UCLA Ph.D. in Philosophy

I got a lot out of the Graduate Certificate in Writing Pedagogy program. I got a chance to design course elements like assignments and rubrics, to see alternatives, and to refine my own tools and assignments. I got to engage...

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Brandon Goenawan

Coming into college, I was so uncertain about my writing abilities. However, going to the Undergraduate Writing Center for assistance throughout my undergraduate journey, whether it was for my STEM research papers or my humanities-based assignments, always allowed me to...

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Isabella Richards

I found the Undergraduate Writing Center to be a very helpful and easily accessible service. I visited the UWC one time during the two quarters I was on campus, but I decided to visit again virtually during the Spring 2020...

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Nicolette Gelnak

Though English Composition 130A (Professional Writing: Digital Writing and Web Literacy) was the first writing course I took at UCLA, it absolutely exceeded my expectations. The course readings and weekly assignments were not only interesting, but were immediately applicable to...

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Teddy Rosenbluth

During my interview for The Los Angeles Magazine internship, the recruiter asked if I had experience writing on a deadline, editing experience and if I regularly read magazine articles. Because of my experience in English Composition 138-Essays in Nonfiction Journalism,...

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