This is where we shine a light on writing center spaces around the world, share their amazing stories with you, and connect you to your colleagues. If you would like to tell our community about your writing center, email writinglabnewsletterblog@gmail.com. Include the words “Global Writing Center Spotlight” in the email’s subject line.

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The Hisar Writing Center, Istanbul, Turkey

By |May 15th, 2020|

Editors’ note: One of our editorial goals this year has been to “spotlight” writing centers around the world. In an effort to align with the blog’s mission to “connect writing centers across borders,” once a month, we invite a writing center administrator from an international writing center to share a few words (400-500) introducing us to their center.  This semester,

Daystar University Writing and Speech Centre, Nairobi, Kenya

By |April 2nd, 2020|

Brenda Wambua, Director of the Writing and Speech Centre at Day Star University in Kenya Editor’s note: During these scary unprecedented months, we are still focused on connecting you to your writing center colleagues around the world. This week, Brenda Wambua, Director of the Writing and Speech Centre in Daystar University in Kenya, shares about her writing and

The Haigazian University Writing Center, Beirut, Lebanon

By |March 17th, 2020|

  Editor’s note: We’re spotlighting writing centers around the world! This week, Anita Moutchoyan shared about the Haigazian University Writing Center in Lebanon which she directs. You can learn more about the center by visiting its Instagram page: HU-Writing Center or its Facebook page: Writing Center – Haigazian University. Want to tell CWCAB about your writing center? Email us at

Nothing makes me happier than making others happier: Bellin College’s new Student Success Center

By |November 13th, 2018|

Dr. Adam Sprague is an Assistant Professor and Student Success Center Coordinator at Bellin College.   WLN Blog: Tell me a bit about your background, and how you got started in writing center work? Adam: As a new graduate student in the English program at Washington State University, I was quickly met with imposter syndrome and felt a bit lost

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