Presentation Skills Training Series

Presenting your research effectively might be one of the most important skills you can add to your toolbox as a grad student. Whether it is at a research conference, job talk, grant application, research pitch competition, or moving beyond academia in your professional career, presenting as effectively as possible will increase both the impact of the research itself as well as your future successes as a professional. These workshops are designed to help you to achieve your goals.

Learn more about the series and register for individual sessions below:

These educational workshops are facilitated by Andrew Churchill, who has 10 years of experience training and coaching researchers to present effectively within and beyond academia. His formal education includes a PhD in curriculum development with extensive background in writing, rhetoric and research methodology as well as an MBA with a Specialty in technological innovation.

For questions about presentation skills training, please email skillsets [at] (subject: Supervision%20training) .

As a McGill student, your participation in full to activities such as training workshops and volunteering are tracked on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR)! Having your co-curricular activities listed in one document can help you revise your CV or cover letter, prepare for interviews, and explore career options. Learn how to leverage this important document through myInvolvement, and make your training count!
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