Chicago Style Workshop
The McNeese Write to Excellence Center (WTEC) is teaming up with the Career and Student Development Center and the Department of Mass Communication to co-host an Academic Writing Series. A Chicago style workshop will be held 1-2 p.m. Thursday, March 5 in the Burton Business Center, Room 118.
Chicago style, also known as Chicago Manual style, is most commonly used by authors, editors, copywriters, and publishers in published works, but is also used in other academic disciplines. There are two Chicago Manual Styles: Notes-Bibliography System and Author-Notes System. At this workshop, students will have the chance to learn more about how to successfully write in Chicago style.
The WTEC is a free resource to help students through one-on-one tutoring sessions. No matter a student’s degree program, tutors are prepared to help students develop a wide variety of writing skills, including outlining, content development, thesis statements and organization.
The Career and Student Development Center helps students develop their of professional skills and connect with employment, internship and networking opportunities.
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