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Be sure to check out our calendar for upcoming workshop dates. Most workshops last from 1-3 hours except where otherwise indicated.

myResearch Graduate Seminar Series Module 4: Getting Your Research Out

What is the best way to communicate your research? Do you understand the intricacies of the peer review process? During this workshop, you will discuss how to find settings to best share your research in both a written and/or oral format as well as tips on the discipline-specific process of getting your research into the academic conversation.

Next offering: Please refer to the calendar.

Talking it Up Without Dumbing it Down: How to Communicate with Non-Experts

How do you translate what you have studied in your graduatae degree in to something that can be understood by a diverse audience? Can you better express yourself in a job interview? During this interactive sessions, you will learn practical techniques and tips you can use to speak simply about your complicated research, whether it be to alumni and donors, a reporter, a CEO or a first-year class.

Next offering: Please refer to the calendar.

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