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Graduate students working on their thesis, dissertation, journal article or other writing for publication and Honors students working on an Honors thesis are invited to attend the WriteFest Thesis and Dissertation Intensive Writing Program this spring. This four-part series offers graduate students and Honors students the opportunity to commit to structured writing time throughout the semester. During each session, participants are provided time, space and resources to achieve their writing goals. Miller Writing Center Consultants will be available to provide feedback, and students will have the opportunity to participate in discussions with peers about their writing projects or simply use the time to write. Sessions are scheduled from 1-4 p.m. on Jan. 11, Feb. 8, March 8 and April 12 in the ePortfolio Studio at Ralph Brown Draughon Library. Registration is required for this free event, and students must commit to attending the entirety of all four sessions. Visit the WriteFest web page for complete details and to apply for a space