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Need writing help? Meet Sinan Uluc, Vancouver Campus’ new writing consultant

Stories | 11.15.22

Adler University Vancouver Campus students seeking assistance with writing can turn to Sinan Uluc, its new writing consultant.

Uluc has 15 years of relevant experience, including a decade of teaching English as a second language — most recently at VGC International College in Vancouver, 700 hours in five academic terms of teaching assistantship in the creative writing program at the University of British Columbia, and six published novel translations from English to Turkish.

In addition, he worked as a writing consultant at UBC Vancouver, supporting graduate and undergraduate students in academic, creative, professional and technical writing situations such as research proposals, literature reviews, lab reports, short stories, resumes, and cover letters.

“You’ve finished your paper, and you’re looking for feedback before submitting it?” Uluc said. “Or you’ve been staring into the empty white on Word, diving headfirst into an existential crisis? Or maybe you don’t know how to conclude? Too much passive voice? Unclear stance? No cohesion? Bad flow? No writing buddies? There’s help! Shoot me an email, and let’s talk about it.”

Uluc is available to work with all Vancouver Campus students, including international students.

The Center for Learning and Teaching offers several writing support opportunities to students. These include:

  • Grammarly, which focuses on vocabulary, grammar, conciseness, and plagiarism check.
  • Brainfuse, which offers writing help with course assignments, resumes, CVS, and cover letters.
  • Adler writing consultants and peer tutors, who can help with dissertations, theses, class assignments, resumes, and cover letters.

For writing assistance, contact Sinan Uluc.

For questions about other CLT services, visit the CLT website.

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