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Dr. Ernest Stromberg, Interim Director, University Writing Program
831-582-3114

estromberg@csumb.edu

 

Hedy Wainscoat, Administrative Support Coordinator
831-582-3607
hwainscoat@csumb.edu

University Writing Program

Tanimura and Antle Family Memorial Library

Seaside, California 93955

Second Floor Room 2125

Phone: 831-582-3607

Fax: 831-582-4354

University Writing Program Mission Statement

In serving students, faculty, staff, and the regional community, and in support of CSUMB's distinctive mission, the University Writing Program (UWP) will affirm competence in formal written discourse, promote effective writing for diverse audiences, and deliver services that strengthen the academic achievement of all students, particularly those who are from low income and historically underserved populations.
Writing is a highly complex skill that takes time and extensive experience to develop and, as recent studies point out, cannot be separated fully from the context in which it occurs. The ability to write effectively, to express feelings, report research, reflect critically on complex issues, resolve conflicts, and argue persuasively affects students academically and plays a central role in their personal, professional, and civic success.

 

Questions or comments: e-mail writing@csumb.edu;