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Haig is a junior double-majoring in Anthropology and English. He enjoys writing fiction in his free hours and is a big fan of traveling, eating adventurously, walking, and thinking too deeply about abstract topics. In an ideal world, people will one day walk into their favorite bookstore and see his novel on a shelf.

FYW

First-Year Writing

Awarded the 2011 Conference on College Composition and Communication's Writing Program Certificate of Excellence

Committed to providing highly motivated students an outstanding education grounded in the liberal arts, First-Year Writing is a central component of the Binghamton University Writing Initiative. Our mission is to foster the academic and civic literacies essential for success at the university and beyond.

We offer students rigorous courses that meet a range of educational goals and faculty and graduate assistants an intensive mentoring program that supports state-of-the-art instruction.

For more on our sequence of first-year writing courses, see our links to the left. For additional information about our program and the founding of the Writing Initiative, read "Back to the Future: First-Year Writing in the Binghamton University Writing Initiative" in Composition Forum 21, or contact Kelly Kinney, Director, Writing Initiative and First-Year Writing.

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Last Updated: 11/26/11