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Winners Announced for the Change of Seasons Creative Writing Contest
We're grateful to all who submitted work for out latest creative writing contest at the HWC, and we're happy to now announce our winners! First prize, and winner of a $100 Amazon Gift Card: T. Mesnick for their poem "Pumpkin Patch"; Runner-Up, and winner of a $50 Amazon Gift Card: Alexander Benedict for his poem "Fall as an Unsure Haircut."
Is your writing workflow working for you? How to understand your workflow and take back control of your process and productivity.
Tim Lockridge loves workflows. Lockridge will be the first ever HCWE Writing Scholar in Residence. Over the course of the semester, he will bring his expertise in workflows and digital writing practices to the Howe to work with both writing center consultants and interdisciplinary faculty to think about their use of tools and technology.
The HWC Celebrates our First-Gen Students
November 8 is First-Gen Celebration Day. The HWC is marking this special occasion by sharing the experiences of first-generation college students, both graduate and undergraduate, who now work with us in administrative and consulting roles.
Enter the HWC Creative Writing Contest 2019
Calling all Miami writers of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction! The Howe Writing Center (HWC) is holding a creative writing contest focused on the theme "Change of Seasons."
NaNoWriMo Gets Underway at the HWC
The Howe Writing Center (HWC) is supporting Miami writers with motivation and prizes throughout National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo).
11 HWC Consultants Honored with Multiple Awards and Publications!
As we began to near graduation 2019, an impressive number of our HWC consultants began racking up awards and honors.
Roger and Joyce Howe Named Philanthropists of the Year
Roger and Joyce Howe received Miami University's 2019 Philanthropists of the Year Award at the annual Advancement Awards ceremony on May 3.
HWC Consultants Present at Undergraduate Research Forum
Howe Writing Center consultants present on the ways everyday research shapes consultants' lives and writing center practices.