"Let's eat Grandma!" : How to Save Lives and Write Successfully through Better Punctuation


Location: 116 O'Shaughnessey Hall

In academic writing, punctuation is vitally important in establishing meaning and dividing complex ideas into manageable chunks. This workshop will review the rules of English punctuation, discuss features peculiar to American English, and compare and contrast examples of good and bad punctuation so that attendees can understand why these “jots and tittles” make such a difference in our lives.