The fellows assist students through the two semesters of the Human Situation. They strive to help students learn how to think critically about the texts, develop ideas and arguments, and write articulately and clearly.
Apply to become a 2017-18 Fellow here.
Here you can meet the 2016-17 Fellows and learn more about their experience in the Human Situation!
On a weekly basis, fellows hold tutoring hours and drop-in writing labs. During tutoring hours, they work with students individually on a thesis, outline, or draft. The fellows help the students with any problems they may be having in the writing process.
At drop-in writing labs, students have the opportunity to come in and work on their assignments on a personal laptop or in the Honors computer lab. The fellows encourage students to discuss their assignments with each other at this time. Fellows are also present to help with any questions students may have.
Here is our schedule of Spring 2017 tutoring hours and drop-in writing labs.
In addition to tutoring hours and drop-in writing labs, the fellows also hold monthly workshops covering aspects of the writing process as well as helping students prepare for the Human Situation mid-term and oral final examination.
Find our schedule of Spring 2017 workshops here.
The fellows can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at www.facebook.com/humansituationfellows