Academic Research and Writing in the Humanities and Social Sciences Part 5
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Graduate school is full of academic research projects, from seminar papers, to research proposals, to dissertation chapters. Wondering how to conceptualize, design, organize, and refine your project? Register for this fall series that will give you guidance on how to streamline your process and expand your toolkit, from initial research strategies, to drafting techniques, to tips for refining your prose.
The sessions are:1. Reading and Note-Taking Strategies (10/3) - Room 121. 2. Writing Your Literature Review (10/10) - Room 121. 3. Entering into the Academic Conversation (10/24) - Room 121. 4. Argument, Evidence, and Structure (10/31) - Room 121. 5. Ethical Attribution and Citation (11/7) - Room 121. 6. Revising and Editing Strategies (11/14) - Room 121.
Intended audience: graduate and professional students in the humanities and social sciences.