We have all struggled with emailing a professor at some point. How formal do we need to be? How do we address them? Worse yet, we hear from professors that their students fail to write appropriate emails. What is missing?...
Starting a new semester can create a lot of stress for new and returning students alike. Figuring out the location of......
PEGS’ GWIE provides a variety of workshops to assist graduate students....
We are a graduate writing center dedicated to promoting academic excellence with graduate-level reading, writing, and research. The student programs and services are designed to enhance critical thinking and communication skills and provide unique empowerment opportunities for life-long learning, all toward helping graduates make a positive impact, both locally and globally.View more
Graduate Writing Consultants
Research Assistant Program Coordinator and Graduate Writing Consultant
After receiving his B.A. from UC Berkeley, Nick began attending CSUDH, where he received his M.A. in Teaching English as a Second Language. He now serves as the Research Assistant Coordinator and Graduate Writing Consultant at PEGS-GWIE..
Administrator of Outreach & Graduate Writing Consultant
Received her Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, with a concentration in Interdisciplinary Studies in Culture & Society and her Master of Arts in Black Women Studies & Afrofuturism from CSULA. Lando's areas of expertise includes a range of subjects such as: Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies, Pan-African Studies, American Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, Women's Literature, Philosophy, Science Fiction, and Afrofuturism. Lando is now serving as the CSUDH Campus Outreach Coordinator as well as a Graduate Writing Consultant for Undergraduate and Graduate students..
Faculty Workshop Coordinator and Graduate Writing Consultant
After receiving her BA in French and Francophone Studies from CSULB, Terri continued work in literature and literary theory research at CSUDH. She completed the MA program in English Literature at CSUDH in 2017. Her culminating thesis project "Epistolary as Third Space Praxis: Identity Formation, Authorization and Cultural Understanding in Americana and So Long a Letter" explores African women's identity formation and re-inscription through the examination of epistolary literature. She works as Faculty Workshop Coordinator for PEGS and is also a Graduate Writing Consultant in the GWIE..
Meet the GWIE Team