Support for Non-Native Speakers of English
Writing Support for International Graduate Students
Are you an International Graduate Student looking for support with a writing project?
During the Winter and Spring terms this year, International Graduate Students may request a one-on-one appointment with Hannah Jung, a Staff Writing Consultant at RWIT.
How to make an appointment?
To make an appointment with Hannah, simply send her an email with the following information:
- Your name and academic program
- The nature of the work you'd like help with
- Your availability for a meeting in the next 5-7 days (last-minute requests will be difficult to fulfill)
Hannah will respond and set up a time to meet, should it be possible. Hannah also has a few pre-scheduled hours at the RWIT center (Berry 183). You can search for her by using our online scheduler (rwit.dartmouth.edu), but keep in mind that the undergraduate tutors you may see listed on the schedule cannot work with you.
What kind of support can you receive?
Hannah cannot copyedit your materials, however, she can work with you on developing strategies to improve the polish and coherence of your written work. If you're working on an article, a thesis, a conference talk, a grant proposal, or just about any other kind of academic writing, she's a valuable resource.
Who is Hannah Jung?
Born in South Korea, Hannah spent half her life in the U.S. In 2015, she graduated Cum Laude from Dartmouth College, where she studied Sociology and English with a concentration in Creative Writing. At RWIT, Dartmouth’s student writing center, Hannah served as Tutor, Writing Assistant and Thesis Tutor for three years. She also completed the Summer Institute in Narrative Medicine at Columbia University. In 2015 she was awarded the Class of 1962 Excellence in Peer Tutoring Award. Hannah spent the year following as UN Advocacy Fellow at Human Rights Watch in Geneva and New York. She also speaks Korean, Chinese and French.