Writing Across the Disciplines (WAD)

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Writing Across the Disciplines (WAD)

At Luther College, we believe that effective communication skills are key to student success at university and beyond. Students should improve their writing skills throughout the course of their degree.

The Writing Across the Disciplines (WAD) Coordinator, Scott J. Wilson, assists instructors and students in specific Luther College classes by developing and delivering writing-specific assignments. The WAD Coordinator also helps students improve their writing skills through
in-class workshops, lectures, and one-on-one instruction.