The Write Attitude

Our goal is to increase positive attitudes about the activity and value of writing for Savannah State University's students, faculty and staff.

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Writing Spotlight

INSPIRE YOUNG STORYTELLERS. BE A WRITING FELLOW.The Deep Writing Fellows are a fun, vibrant community of writers who give Savannah's young people the skill, bravery, and passion to write and share their stories.

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Employers Seek Strong Writers. Will You Be Ready?

The New York Times reported that in response to the question "What skills do entry level job seekers lack the most?" Human Resources executives overwhelmingly reported "written communication" as the largest deficiency (45%). To learn more about the connection between effective writing skills and career opportunities, click here.

Are you an SSU Alumni from 2011 to 2016?

Participate to be entered to win an iPad Air or a Kindle! Please take a 5-minute multiple choice questionnaire to improve your alma mater! 

Attention! You will need your Student ID and PAWS PIN to take the survey. 

If you have that information, please click here to take the survey.

If you have forgotten that information, please click here and follow the instructions on how to access it before taking the survey.

Deadline: Monday, August 1, 2016

Questions? qep@savannahstate.edu

Prize winners will be announced after the survey closes!

 

The Write Attitude has a new TV commercial! Check it out!

Produced by the QEP Team and The Tiger's Roar TV. Script written by SSU student Sierra Walton. Starring SSU students Joshua Cliatt and Sierra Walton.

Visit our Before I Die Wall: beforeidie.cc/site/savannah-georgia

Before I Die is a global art project that invites people to reflect on their lives and share their personal aspirations in public space. This project was started by Candy Chang on an abandoned house in New Orleans after she lost someone she loved. 

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