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WriteFest BootCamp has been “rebooted” with a few changes to help better meet the needs of students in the writing stages of their theses, dissertations, or pieces for publication. Beginning Spring 2018, WriteFest BootCamp will continue as the WriteFest BootCamp Intensive Program, a two-day intensive writing workshop that provides students with two full days of consecutive, uninterrupted writing time. For those who prefer to have structured writing time set aside periodically throughout the semester, the Office of University Writing and Miller Writing Center are offering a four-part WriteFest BootCamp Series. Both programs offer students the time, space, and resources to work on their writing, as well as opportunities to join a community of writers, participate in discussion and information sessions, and get feedback from Miller Writing Center consultants. In addition to graduate students, we invite undergraduate students working on an Honors thesis to attend. For more information on both programs, read below.

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This two-day intensive writing workshop is open to 20 students in the writing stages of their theses, dissertations, projects, journal articles, or other pieces for publication. During this event, participants will be given time, space, and resources to work on their writing. Additional support options include opportunities to join a community of writers, participate in discussion and information sessions, and get feedback from Miller Writing Center consultants. Participants will also enjoy free meals and some surprises along the way.