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Brian Seiter Selected as Hamilton College Writing Center Tutor

Brian Seiter, of Woodbridge, has been chosen to serve as a tutor in the Nesbitt-Johnston Writing Center at Hamilton College for the 2022-23 academic year.  The Writing Center was established in 1987 to help all Hamilton students strengthen their writing abilities.

Writing Center tutors are trained to review such aspects of student work as clarifying ideas, developing a thesis, organizing stages of an argument, and strengthening specific language.  They work with their fellow students on any type of writing at any point in the process, from brainstorming potential topics or arguments to polishing a final draft.

Nominated by faculty members, those chosen as tutors must demonstrate strong writing skills and relate well to their peers.  They are considered to be among the best students at Hamilton.  In a typical year, Writing Center tutors conduct approximately 3,000 conferences.

Seiter, a junior majoring in history and public policy, is a graduate of Hopkins School.

Hamilton College, a leading liberal arts institution located in Clinton, New York, is where exceptional students explore passions through an open curriculum and robust research, internship, and off-campus study opportunities.  Students graduate ready to lead purposeful lives thanks to highly regarded faculty mentors, generous resources that support each student’s interests, and a loyal alumni network.  The College’s need-blind admission policy ensures access for talented students with limited financial means.  Learn more at www.hamilton.edu.

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