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

Dr. Antonio D. Tillis, the Dean of the School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs at College of Charleston, has spent the past 15 years connecting students to the world and the world to students. Tillis is a specialist in Latin American, Afro-Latin American and African Diaspora literatures. Thursday, October 29, 2015 at Savannah State University LECTURE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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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.

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