May Writing Together "Get It Done!" Week-long Challenge
Crank out your end-of-semester projects with us during our annual May week-long writing intensive! We will be offering daily morning and afternoon sessions from May 10th-14th. As always, our sessions seek to create a community of writers who connect, set realistic goals, and write together to motivate each other and make progress on their academic projects.

This year's program will offer participants the opportunity to sign up for drop-in 30-minute individual writing consultations. Informal and communal 30-minute coffee chats about writing tips and practices will bridge the morning and afternoon sessions.

Unique Prize! Participants who attend more than 5 sessions during the week will receive a copy of Helen Sword's most recent book: Air & Light & Time & Space: How Successful Academics Write to help inspire and continue to fuel their writing.

This program is open to graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, faculty, or staff, who are actively writing their proposals, chapters, papers, manuscripts, or books.

Our May WTP Challenge schedule is as follows (all times in EST):

Monday May 10 morning (9am-12pm)
Monday May 10 afternoon (1pm-4pm)
Tuesday May 11 morning (9am-12pm)
Tuesday May 11 afternoon (1pm-4pm)
Wednesday May 12 morning (9am-12pm)
Wednesday May 12 afternoon (1pm-4pm)
Thursday May 13 morning (9am-12pm)
Thursday May 13 afternoon (1pm-4pm)
Friday May 14 morning (9am-12pm)
Friday May 14 afternoon (1pm-4pm)

To participate in this program:
1. Pre-register below and we will send you the link to connect.
2. Set up your laptop, books, articles, water, and snacks.
3. Connect through the link 3-5 minutes before the event.

We will start with a small group goal-setting activity for 10 minutes and then will start writing. Everyone will be asked to come back together 10 minutes before the end of the session to debrief about what their group has accomplished and possible next goals.
Please read the GWL Writing Together rules below and check that you agree with them. *
You are expected to join 5 minutes earlier and stay for the entire session for which you have registered. Remember that this event is designed for those who want to make progress on their writing project.
Choose one or more sessions in which you would like to participate.
First Name *
Last Name *
Yale Email Address *
Yale Net ID (ex33) *
Yale Affiliation *
Yale School or Unit *
Please select your primary school or unit:
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If you are affiliated with more than one department or school, choose your primary affiliation:
Year of Study *
What are you planning to work on during the session that you register? *
Thank you for your information!
You will receive an email with instructions and the link to connect within a few days. If you have not received a confirmation within a week, or have other questions, feel free to reach out to
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