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CoDaC Faculty Writing Center Opening this Week—please forward

Looking for a quiet, distraction-free space to finish that article, book chapter, conference paper or proposal before the end of the term?

The new Faculty Writing Center, in the offices of the Center on Diversity and Community (CoDaC)  provides a comfortable, supportive, and quiet space for faculty to make progress on writing projects away from the distractions of the office or the noise of a cafe.

A wide-range of research finds that faculty who establish and follow a regular writing schedule—devoting as little as 30 minutes a day to their writing—are far more productive than those who anticipate binge-writing during large blocks of time.

All faculty, including NTTF, post-docs, research associates and faculty administrators are welcome to work at the Center, located in the ground floor of Susan Campbell Hall. The Center can also assist interested faculty in organizing interdisciplinary writing groups. To learn more about the Faculty Writing Center, please contact us. For a broad range of writing productivity resources, including advice columns and specialized software, please visit our Productive Faculty Writer site here.

You bring your laptop we provide the coffee. Fall Term Hours are: M 1-4; Tu 9-12, 1-4; W 9-12, Th 9–11:45. Drop in or reserve your space at


The CoDaC Writing Center is located in lower level of Susan Campbell Hall. Enter through the stairwell from the parking lot behind the Jordan Schnitzer Museum. A wheelchair accessible entrance can be found on the opposite side of the building; take the elevator one flight down to the bottom floor and come to the door marked CoDaC.

Daniel Martinez HoSang

Associate Vice President, Office of the Vice President for Equity and Inclusion
Director, Center on Diversity and Community (CoDaC)
Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies and Political Science

University of Oregon

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One Response to This seems like a really good idea

  1. that effing Dog again says:

    Yes, no binge writing allowed …