Spring 2022 Workshops
Workshops provide specific instruction on many topics, including but not limited to visual rhetoric, oral presentations, job application materials, and academic writing. Each workshop is conducted by a trained expert in communication and is geared to graduate students and advanced undergraduates. In Spring 2022 we will be offering the following workshops:
Managing Longform Projects: Graduate Dissertations and Undergraduate Theses
Monday, February 21st
BlueJeans (Register Here)
Are you beginning a thesis or dissertation and aren’t sure where to begin? Are you in the middle of a large writing project and feeling overwhelmed? Join Dr. Shinjini Chattopadhyay to learn how to master longform writing projects. Registration required to receive the link to join.
How to “Overcome” Imposter Syndrome in Academia
Thursday, March 3rd
Clough 447 (Register Here)
Join Dr. Rachel Robinson to learn how to gain confidence in your writing and communication skills. You belong here! Registration is not required but is appreciated.
Proposal Writing for Science Researchers
Thursday, April 14th
Stephen C. Hall Building 102 (Register Here)
In this workshop, Tim Floyd, Principal Research Engineer with the Georgia Tech Research Institute, will share best practices for writing research proposals and provide insight into the proposal writing process from first draft to submission. If you are interested in a career in applied research, join us to learn how effective writing can be your key to success. Registration is not required but is appreciated.