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Academic Chats: Right Your Writing: How to Make Your Manuscripts More Engaging

What are some ways to reduce over-complexity in your scholarly writing? What is "prewriting" and "writing blind" and how can they help you write more effectively with less effort.  These and other approaches  will be discussed with two professional guests that have had a great deal of experience in helping PhD students improve their writing.

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Writing to Completion

Grad students: Have you struggled with harnessing the time, motivation, or focus to turn your research and ideas into a finished written product? During this graduate skills workshop we will discuss effective techniques you can employ starting today toward the process of writing more productively.

Fellows Forum

Expand your academic skills and meet new people over a healthy meal at Fellows Forum. Designed for early-mid stage doctoral students, especially those in STEM fields.

Writing to Completion

FOR GRAD STUDENTS:

Do you have a writing task that has been hanging over your head? At this workshop you will learn about strategies for bringing both small essays and huge dissertations to completion. Light refreshments will be provided.

This is a Grad Skills Workshop led by CTL Associate Director Adina Glickman.

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