This semester the Graduate Student Success Center (GSSC) welcomes two new writing coaches.
Kentucky native Will Palmer brings experience to GSSC team with a B.A. in English from Transylvania University and an M.A. in Education from the University of Kentucky. For the past four years he has been fostering his enthusiasm for the outdoors by traveling and writing, living in New Zealand, Thailand, and Wyoming.
Hailey Harris is a second-year M.A Counseling student from Flagstaff, Arizona. Harris is an aspiring Licensed Professional Counselor who enjoys a variety of writing styles, and is passionate about conducting research within her scholarship.
The Graduate Student Success Center is a free resource for Boise State graduate students. Offering assistance in every aspect of the graduate school journey, the success center features writing services as one of the many resources available. Students have the option to choose from either in-person or online writing consultations.
For new or returning Boise State graduate students, our coaches offer five writing tips:
- Your reference guide is pertinent in receiving full credit.
- Break down your writing assignments into manageable steps.
- Revision and editing are fundamental in creating a final draft.
- Utilize a second pair of eyes and be open to constructive criticism.
- Before submission revisit rubric and other assignment resources.
To learn more about the success center or to make an appointment with a writing coach, visit the Graduate Student Success Center website.