Conceived by Kerry Ann Rockquemore, Founder/CEO of the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD), "Write-On-Site" describes a space where scholars come together to work on their individual writing projects. Writing side-by-side at a regularly scheduled time offers accountability and support, while fostering our shared interests in scholarship here at Rutgers-Newark.
Faculty and graduate students from all disciplines who are working on academic writing projects (whether fellowship or grant applications, articles/essays, book projects, edited volumes, research reports, fiction/nonfiction) are welcome to attend!
No pressure, no judgment, just writers in virtual community working toward shared goals.
Eligibility & Expectations: All Rutgers-Newark faculty and PhD students are eligible to participate.
FOR A SCHEDULE OF OUR UPCOMING WRITE-ON-SITE SESSIONS, please check our calendar here.
In addition to the P3's Write-On-Site offerings, other recommended writing supports include:
Writing Retreats and Writing Accountability Groups available through the Office of Faculty Development (RU-New Brunswick; includes information about Newark-based writing groups)
NCFDD Writing Challenges (must activate FREE institutional membership to participate; 14-day Writing Challenge offered every semester)