RWS Syllabus Blurb

 

Syllabus Blurb About the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

 

Below you will see information that you can copy and paste directly to your syllabus. Feel free to use as much or as little as you like.

You can use our basic blurb for all subjects or choose from one of our blurbs that goes into more detail about how we support students in your discipline: 

All SubjectsArts  |  Business & Economics  |  Design  |  Education |  English  |  Fairhaven  |  History  |  Health Sciences  |  Huxley  |  Journalism  |  Psychology  |  Sciences  |  Social Sciences  |  Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies


All Subjects:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

Everyone gets stuck on projects, but you don’t have to stay stuck! Drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! Staff are on-hand to check in and give support on everything from research papers and lab write-ups to resumes and podcasts. You’ll receive feedback and step-by-step strategies to focus your ideas, navigate tough assignments, and find out what works best for you when reading, writing, and researching.

  • Uninspired? Practice creative ways to brainstorm and organize ideas.
  • Lost in the Googleverse? Learn to navigate the research landscape.
  • Too much to read? Discover how you can read faster and with deeper understanding.
  • Group project gone awry? Find out how to collaborate more efficiently.
  • Wearing pajamas? You can also chat with the Studio or send us a draft online.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.

 


 

Arts:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio is your place to work with knowledgeable staff to explore the criticism and story behind the art. Drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! Staff are on-hand to check in and give support on finding images and criticism or working through your own interpretations and analysis of sources. You’ll receive feedback and step-by-step strategies to focus your ideas, navigate tough assignments, and find out what works best for you when writing and researching.

 

  • Looking for inspiration? Practice creative ways to brainstorm and organize ideas.
  • Need tips on finding books, articles, images, music, or videos? Learn to navigate the information landscape.
  • Too much to read? Discover how you can read faster and with deeper understanding.
  • Wearing pajamas? You can also chat with the Studio or send a draft online.
  • Figuring out a group project or paper? Staff have tips to help organize tasks and effectively work together.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.

 

Business & Economics:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio is your place to find professional sources and craft effective reports and presentations with the support of knowledgeable staff. Drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! Staff are on-hand to check in and give support. You’ll receive feedback and step-by-step strategies to focus your ideas and implement what works best for you when writing and researching.

 

  • Need a project plan? Practice creative ways to brainstorm and organize ideas to result in a professional product.
  • Lost in the Googleverse? Learn to find persuasive sources and use them effectively in your work.
  • Figuring out a group project or paper? Staff have tips to help organize tasks and effectively work together.
  • Wearing pajamas? You can also chat with the Studio or send us a draft online.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.

 

 

Design:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio is your place to work with knowledgeable staff to effectively communicate well-researched projects. Drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! Staff are on-hand to work with you through developing ideas for problem solving and effective communication. You’ll receive a user-experience focused on what works best for you.

 

  • Looking for inspiration? Practice creative ways to brainstorm and organize ideas.
  • Lost in the Googleverse? Learn to navigate the research landscape.
  • Too much to read? Discover how you can read faster and with deeper understanding.
  • Figuring out a group project or paper? Staff have tips to help organize tasks and effectively work together.
  • Wearing pajamas? You can also chat with the Studio or send us a draft online.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.

 

Education:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

 

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio is your place to work with knowledgeable staff to develop projects and explore ideas as an emerging educator. Drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! You’ll receive feedback and step-by-step strategies to focus your ideas, navigate tough assignments, and find out what works best for you when reading, writing, and researching to help make an impact on the professional and scholarly conversations happening around you.

 

  • Uninspired? Practice creative ways to brainstorm and organize ideas.
  • Need tips on finding and using articles from a database like ERIC? Learn to navigate the research landscape.
  • Too much to read? Discover how you can read faster and with deeper understanding.
  • Wearing pajamas? You can also chat with the Studio or send a draft online.
  • Figuring out a group project or paper? Staff have tips to help organize tasks and effectively work together.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.

 

English:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio is your place to work with knowledgeable staff to develop projects and explore ideas in the world of literature. Drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! You’ll receive feedback and step-by-step strategies to focus your ideas, navigate tough assignments, and find out what works best for you when reading, writing, and researching.

 

  • Uninspired? Practice creative ways to brainstorm and organize ideas.
  • Looking for books or criticism? Learn to navigate the research landscape.
  • Too much to read? Discover how you can read faster and with deeper understanding.
  • Wearing pajamas? You can also chat with the Studio or send us a draft online.
  • Not sure about MLA citations? Develop skills to effectively document sources.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.

 

Fairhaven:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio is your place to work individually or with knowledgeable staff to explore ideas and communicate in your area of study. Drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! You’ll receive feedback and step-by-step strategies to focus your ideas, navigate tough assignments, and find out what works best for you when reading, writing, and researching.

 

  • Uninspired? Practice creative ways to brainstorm and organize ideas.
  • Lost in the Googleverse? Learn to focus in on relevant sources in the research landscape.
  • Too much to read? Discover how you can read faster and with deeper understanding.
  • Figuring out a group project or paper? Staff have tips to help organize tasks and effectively work together.
  • Wearing pajamas? You can also chat with the Studio or send us a draft online.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.

 

History:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio is your place to work with knowledgeable staff to find primary sources and scholarship for your history projects. Drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! You’ll receive feedback and step-by-step strategies to focus your ideas, navigate tough assignments, and find out what works best for you when reading, writing, and researching.

 

  • Uninspired? Practice creative ways to brainstorm and organize ideas.
  • Tracking down elusive sources? Learn to navigate the research landscape.
  • Too much to read? Discover how you can read faster and with deeper understanding.
  • Wearing pajamas? You can also chat with the Studio or send us a draft online.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.

 

Health Sciences:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio is your place to work with knowledgeable staff to find evidence-based sources and professionally communicate your ideas. Drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! Staff are on-hand to check in and give support on everything from working through a PICO project design to putting the finishing touches on presentations or papers. You’ll receive feedback and step-by-step strategies focused on what works best for you when writing and researching.

 

  • Uninspired? Practice creative ways to brainstorm and organize ideas.
  • Lost in the Googleverse? Learn to find and cite quality sources.
  • Too much to read? Discover how you can read a research article faster and with deeper understanding.
  • Figuring out a group project or paper? Staff have tips to help organize tasks and effectively work together.
  • At work? You can also chat with the Studio or send us a draft online.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.

 

Huxley:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio is your place to work with knowledgeable staff to effectively communicate well-researched projects. Drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! Staff are on-hand to check in and give support on everything from finding quality sources in your area of study to putting the finishing touches on papers or presentations. You’ll receive feedback and step-by-step strategies focused on what works best for you when writing and researching.

 

  • Uninspired? Practice creative ways to brainstorm and organize ideas.
  • Lost in the Googleverse? Learn to navigate the research landscape.
  • Too much to read? Discover how you can read faster and with deeper understanding.
  • Figuring out a group project or paper? Staff have tips to help organize tasks and effectively work together.
  • Wearing pajamas? You can also chat with the Studio or send us a draft online.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.

 

Journalism:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

Everyone gets stuck on projects, but you don’t have to stay stuck! Drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! Staff are on-hand to check in and give support on everything from media analysis to resumes and podcasts. You’ll receive feedback and step-by-step strategies to focus your ideas, navigate tough assignments, and find out what works best for you when reading, writing, and researching.

 

  • Uninspired? Learn how to look at issues from a new angle.
  • Trouble bringing together sources? Learn how to put your sources in conversation.
  • Too much to read? Discover how you can read faster and with deeper understanding.
  • Group project gone awry? Find out how to collaborate more efficiently.
  • Wearing pajamas? You can also chat with the Studio or send us a draft online.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.

 

Psychology:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

Everyone gets stuck on projects, but you don’t have to stay stuck! Whether you’re tracing the development of an idea or trying to figure out the complexities of APA citations, drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! Staff are on-hand to check in and give support on everything from research papers and lab write-ups to resumes and podcasts. You’ll receive feedback and step-by-step strategies to focus your ideas, navigate tough assignments, and find out what works best for you when reading, writing, and researching.

 

  • Uninspired? Practice creative ways to brainstorm and organize ideas.
  • Lost in the PsychINFO database? Learn to navigate the research landscape.
  • Too much to read? Discover how you can read faster and with deeper understanding.
  • Group project gone awry? Find out how to collaborate more efficiently.
  • Wearing pajamas? You can also chat with the Studio or send us a draft online.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.

 

Sciences:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio is your place to work with knowledgeable staff to effectively communicate well-researched projects. Drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! Staff are on-hand to check in and give support on everything from finding quality sources in your area of study to putting the finishing touches on papers. You’ll receive feedback and step-by-step strategies focused on what works best for you when writing and researching.

 

  • Lost in the Googleverse? Learn to navigate the research landscape.
  • Too much to read? Discover how you can analyze research articles faster and with deeper understanding.
  • Figuring out a group project or paper? Staff have tips to help organize tasks and effectively work together.
  • Working in a lab? You can also chat with the Studio or send us a draft online.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.

 

Social Sciences:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio is your place to work with knowledgeable staff to explore the world of ideas, find and interpret scholarship, and develop your own voice in writing. Drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! You’ll receive feedback and step-by-step strategies to focus your ideas, navigate tough assignments, and find out what works best for you when reading, writing and researching to help make an impact on the professional and scholarly conversations happening around you.

 

  • Uninspired? Practice creative ways to brainstorm and organize ideas.
  • Need tips on finding and using articles? Learn to navigate the research landscape.
  • Figuring out citations and and how to organize sources? Ask about research management resources, tools, and strategies.
  • Too much to read? Discover how you can read faster and with deeper understanding.
  • Wearing pajamas? You can also chat with the Studio or send a draft online.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.

 

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies:

The Hacherl Research & Writing Studio

Everyone gets stuck on projects, but you don’t have to stay stuck! Whether you’re grappling with theoretical lenses or looking for sources to investigate an issue from diverse viewpoints, drop in at the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio or chat with us online to work at your own pace—no appointments necessary! Staff are on-hand to check in and give support on everything from research papers and lab write-ups to resumes and podcasts. You’ll receive feedback and step-by-step strategies to focus your ideas, navigate tough assignments, and find out what works best for you when reading, writing and researching.

 

  • Uninspired? Practice creative ways to brainstorm and organize ideas.
  • Lost in the Googleverse? Learn to navigate the research landscape.
  • Too much to read? Discover how you can read faster and with deeper understanding.
  • Group project gone awry? Find out how to collaborate more efficiently.
  • Wearing pajamas? You can also chat with the Studio or send us a draft online.
  • Need accommodation? The Studio offers specialized assistance to match your learning needs.

 

Come visit the Studio in-person on the second level of Haggard Hall or online at wwu.edu/rws.