Academic Writing Support

Graduate level academic writing is a significant component of all programs at MSP.  Writing support is available to any students who may need extra help.

Whether the challenge is a minor adjustment to APA style or a major transition back to academic writing, students are encouraged to take early advantage of writing support resources to gain the skills and confidence they will need to be successful.

Writing Tutor

MSP provides ongoing writing support to individuals or small groups with our experienced writing tutors. This year, MSP is pleased to provide a student grad assistant to meet the needs of our students.

Adam Duberstein, MA

Adam Duberstein is a third year doctoral student at MSP.  Although this is his first academic year helping fellow students as writing tutor, Adam was an English teacher in his life before MSP.

Adam is available to assist students with specific writing challenges like organization, outlining, and brainstorming throughout the academic year. He especially enjoys teaching and learning about English grammar and APA style.

Adam also has a general professional interest in graduate student success and well-being due to the time he spent as a student affairs professional.

Fall 2019 Office Hours:

Monday, 12:45 PM-1:45 PM & 3 PM-6 PM
Wednesday, 9 AM-11 AM (Virtual office hours arranged on Skype or G-chat)
Thursday, 1:30 PM-5:30PM

Students should contact him directly ([email protected]) to schedule an appointment.

Writing Skills Seminar

Every August, incoming students have the opportunity to attend a Writing Skills Seminar on the Saturday before Orientation.

The seminar provides students with basic knowledge of the APA writing style and discusses what to expect from classes and assignments.







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