Writing to Learn, Learning to Write

The mission of the Campus Writing Program is to invest in teaching with writing for learning across the curriculum.

Writing Intensive courses help prepare future alumni to succeed in their continued studies, future careers, and community roles as they pursue writing tasks with greater confidence and understand the power of language for effective communication.


PowerNotes Demo and Workshop

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Teaching With Writing: Fall 2021 Faculty Workshop

9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

25 Ellis Teaching for Learning Center

T.A. Writing Intensive Workshop

1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

25 Ellis - Teaching for Learning Center

News and Profiles

Teaching with Writing

In the Mud: Swine Writing Marathons

Introduction I first learned of writing marathons when Amy Lannin, Campus Writing Program Director, hosted one during our MU National Day on Writing activities. She took students all around campus and asked them to walk about the various landmarks, stop,…

Teaching with Writing

I can do the science, but someone please help with the words! Finding guidance in Trees, Maps, and Theorems

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION – SHORTCOMINGS IN SCIENTIFIC WRITING Engineers are known for their technical skills, critical thinking, and problem solving. What engineers are not known for is the ability to speak and write well. This stereotype could be due to…


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Congratulations to Keisha Avery for being chosen as a member of Mizzou 18

Congratulations to Keisha Avery, Campus Writing Program Graduate Research Assistant, for being chosen as a member of Mizzou 18.  This award is sponsored by the Mizzou Alumni Association Student Board. The reveal of the 2021 members took place at 6:39pm on…