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Writing Fellows Program

The Wabash College Writing Fellows Program provides students with highly-focused support for their writing in select courses.

Each Writing Fellow is a Writing Consultant who conducts additional training regarding how to make effective in-texts comments and end comments. After receiving training, they are assigned to a course, and meet with all of the students taking that course through out the semester. Writing Fellows read and comment on drafts before meeting with each student. After meeting with the Writing Fellow, the student then revises and submits their assignment to the professor.

Courses are selected based on faculty interest. Each semester the Writing Center Director sends out emails to solicit courses for the following semester. The Director and faculty members then discuss how the program needs to work and coordinate to build a schedule for each Writing Fellow.

If you have any questions, or are interested in having a Writing Fellow in your course, please email Prof. Koppelmann.

Writing Fellows for Spring 2020

Jacob Riley

Jacob Riley

Profs. Byun and Howland, ECO 253

Devin Vanyo

Devin Vanyo

Profs. Byun and Howland, ECO 253

Austin Hood

Austin Hood

Prof. Trott, PHI 242

Writing Fellows for Fall 2019

Caleb Dickey

Caleb Dickey

Prof. Himsel, FRT

Jake Riley

Jake Riley

Prof. Thomas, HIS 340