Content tagged "writing"

  • The Green Chillies

    The Green Chillies

    “The Green Chillies” won second place for the 2017 Robert A. Boit Writing Prize for short stories.

     
  • Distant Sunrise in Malaga // At the Loggia // Jazz

    Distant Sunrise in Malaga // At the Loggia // Jazz

    Three poems by Nicholas Matthews. Third prize winner for the 2017 Robert A. Boit Writing Prize for poetry.

     
  • Abnormality

    Abnormality

    “Over the course of my writing career, and most recently in a writing class at MIT, I have gradually discovered the truth for my autobiographical writing: voice and purpose.”

     
  • Worms

    Worms

    “Someone else got to pick. / Pick my brains. / There are worms there.” 2nd place winner for the 2017 Enterprise Poets Prize for Imagining a Future.

     
  • Exploratory Programming Workshop

    Exploratory Programming Workshop

    Nick Montfort will lead participants in exploring computer programs through modification and as they start learning the fundamentals of programming

     
  • IAP 2017: Individual Consultations at the Writing and Communication Center

    IAP 2017: Individual Consultations at the Writing and Communication Center

    The Writing and Communication Center is open throughout IAP. You must be registered with our online scheduler: https://mit.mywconline.com.

     
  • IAP 2017: MIT Writers’ Group

    IAP 2017: MIT Writers’ Group

    Join other MIT writers to get advice about your own writing, to be a reader of other writers’ work, and/or to get inspiration to write something.

     
  • Engineering Innovation Through Rhetorical Invention

    Engineering Innovation Through Rhetorical Invention

    A “What-How-Why” diagram integrates the thinking that chemical engineers need to cover as they design the work of a project, with the thinking that they need to do in order to communicate that work to an audience.

     
  • Writing in Biology: A Brief Guide
Leslie Ann Roldan  and Mary-Lou Pardue
Oxford University Press, 2016

    Writing in Biology: A Brief Guide

    At once sophisticated and practical, Writing in Biology advises students on composing research articles, literature reviews, oral presentations, and other key biology genres.

     
  • Individual Consultations at the Writing and Communication Center

    Individual Consultations at the Writing and Communication Center

    The professional communication experts at the Writing & Communication Center (WCC) will continue to offer free consultations and advice about oral presentations, slide design, poster presentations, and about any writing issue.

     
  • MIT Writers’ Group

    MIT Writers’ Group

    Want to write something creative but need some motivation or support or some thoughtful readers? Join other MIT writers to get advice about your own writing.

     
  • A Glance at Graphical Abstracts

    A Glance at Graphical Abstracts

    Lily Bui’s “critique of graphical abstracts through the lens of media studies along the following parameters: spreadability, legibility, and serendipity.”

     
  • Responding to Student Writing: Best Practices from the Research

    Participants will learn to provide the kinds of comments and strategies that will help students understand how to improve both their specific texts and their abilities as writers.

     
  • Teaching Reading and Writing in Technical Disciplines

    Ways to engage students in reading and understanding published literature in their field, using that knowledge to design their own projects, and analyzing how the literature conveys meaning.

     
  • Individual Consultations at the Writing and Communication Center

    The Writing and Communication Center (WCC) will continue to offer free consultations and advice throughout IAP.