Center for Faculty Excellence

Establishing & Maintaining the "Write" Habit Workshop

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Are you feeling stressed out or overwhelmed by all the academic writing you need to get done? Do you wish you knew some fun, stress-free, energizing techniques to help jumpstart your summer writing productivity? In this friendly and engaging workshop, you will learn practical writing techniques to help you establish and maintain a regular writing habit all summer long. In addition, you will bring writing to work on during the day. You will leave with a feeling of accomplishment, an opportunity to practice the techniques that you are learning along with a plan for your writing along with progress on an actual grant or manuscript.

ABOUT DR. CHLUP: Dr. Dominique T. Chlup is a former tenured University Associate Professor and Administrator, who finally figured out what she wanted to do when she grew up. She is now a professional Creativity & Writing Coach and serves as the President, CEO, and Chief Creative Officer of Inspiring the Creative Within®, LLC. She now spends her time as a professor-at-large offering workshops at Universities nationwide and coaching her private clients in how to develop stress-free writing habits. She transforms her clients into writing geniuses who effortlessly double, triple, or 10x their writing productivity.  
Dr. Chlup has five degrees behind her name. She received her Doctorate in Education and her Master’s in Education from Harvard University and has a MFA in Writing from Sarah Lawrence. Additionally, she has degrees in English and History from Columbia University. She is the author/co-author of over $6.7 million in funded grant projects, and most recently, served for 4 years as the co-Principal Investigator on the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) Familes4College project. She has authored/co-authored over 200 publications and presentations all written one word at a time.
You can connect with her directly through her website And if you want to know what lies at the heart of her life, it’s that she’s a cock-eyed optimist who sees the chance for rainbows, not rain on a cloudy day. Or to put it another way she sees the rainbows in the rain, not the getting wet.

Important Note: Please bring your own laptop to this workshop.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to The Center for Faculty Excellence at

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LOCATION, date & time
Student Center Ballroom - 311 A & B
Friday, April 7th
9:00am - 5:00pm