Category: WRITING RESOURCE
to support the promotion and education of best practices for scholarly writing.
Application Deadline: July 15, 2013
reduction in tuition, up to $4,000 per assistantship; opportunity to earn an
additional $2,000 in compensation
standing, defined as students who, by the end of the Summer 2013 semester, have
had two consecutive terms at full-time enrollment; i.e., 9+ credit hours per
semester, since matriculating to Forest.
Criteria for Selection:
will be selected based on:
1)Interest in developing
support for graduate writing at Forest.
3)GRE Writing Score.
5)Preference may be
given to students enrolled in the doctoral program in clinical psychology.
Materials Required for Consideration:
1) Completed FEETS Application Form;
3) 400+ word written statement indicating student’s interest in
supporting the writing center at Forest.
4) Submission of an original work of scholarly writing
produced by the applicant in support of academic coursework at Forest. This can also include written work in support
of student’s thesis or doctoral project
5) Letter of recommendation from someone familiar with
the applicant’s writing ability and/or ability to work with peers in a
6) Documented financial eligibility for federal student aid; i.e., submission
the Writing Resource Assistantship will be required to contribute at least four
(4) hours to the project weekly and document those hours through submission of
weekly timesheets to the work study office.Timesheets must be signed by the faculty/administrative sponsor assigned
to supervise fellows throughout the year. Writing Center Fellows are paid directly for
these hours at a rate of $10 per hour. This
compensation is paid above and beyond the base tuition reduction associated
with this assistantship, and each fellow can earn up to $2,000 in this manner
during the academic year.