Welcome to the Loyola Writing Department Website
The writing department at Loyola offers one of the very few undergraduate writing majors in the country. Rather than learning how to write within the structures of a single discipline, our students can explore, study, and practice a wide variety of forms including rhetoric, professional writing, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction prose. Select this link to read more about the writing department.
Professor Karen Fish
Loyola University Maryland
4501 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
Maryland Hall 043
Main Department Line: 410-617-2228
Department Fax Line: 410-617-2934
The Loyola Writing Center
Run by the writing department but open to all Loyola students, the Writing Center offers assistance to students who need help in all stages of writing – brainstorming, organizing, and revising. The Writing Center also offers students an opportunity to begin learning how to teach writing as consultants. Visit the Writing Center page for more information.
Teaching Writing Lunchbox Conversation with Cardin Chair Pat Bizzell and Writing Center Director Lisa Zimmerelli:
As you read students' final papers, ever wonder: “Why don’t students use my comments in their written work?” On the first Friday of every month, Cardin Chair in Writing Pat Bizzell and Assistant Professor of Writing and Writing Center Director Lisa Zimmerelli will facilitate a monthly Teaching Writing Lunchbox forum conversation around a compelling writing pedagogical question. Please mark your calendars for our first forum on Friday, October 2, from 12-1 pm in the Writing Center (057 Maryland Hall), and come ready to explore our first question posed above. We will provide cookies and coffee; attendees are welcome to bring their lunches as well. This event is co-sponsored by Writing and the Office of Faculty Affairs and Diversity.
For questions about the writing department website, please email the webmaster, Dr. Allen Brizee.
Banner Photo Credit: Annelise Furnald, Carrie Sullivan, James McAteer, Maria Dontas, Kaitlin Walter, Michele Eniclerico, Lauren Keller, Marie McSweeney, and Andrew Rhoads