The Write Track
Ever feel like your writing goals jump off the track? Any chance that when things get busy and work piles up, the first thing to go is your writing? Or perhaps you have developed strong writing habits and want to make sure you STAY on track?
The Write Track initiative is designed to support faculty scholarship and writing goals, whatever they may be. No matter what task you need to complete to move your writing along, The Write Track offers you many opportunities to keep that writing train moving!
Perhaps you need to write manuscript outlines, literature reviews, an IRB proposal, your first grant, revise and resubmit, conference presentation, a book proposal, a chapter, or anything else your scholarship path may include.
Topical workshop examples:
- imposter syndrome in writing
- writing and wellness
- developing your writing habit
- strategies for meeting your goals
- creating a pipeline of scholarship projects
The next 14-day writing challenge with NCFDD runs October 15 through November 2, 2020. Sign into your free NCFDD (VCU membership) and get registered for the challenge. We will write 30 minutes per day to get our daily writing habit in place.
How about a retreat from emails, grading, committies, and life to focus on your writing goals? You came to the "Write" place! Visit the Writing Retreat page for all of the latest information on upcoming retreats. Previous retreat workshops can also be viewed under the Faculty Success tab on our Topics of Interest resources page.
How about you get your writing on track and keep it moving by showing up to write (in silence) with colleagues for community support? Just Write offers variety of days and times. Just drop in whenever you like. Visit the Just Write page for details.