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Terrell 20E

October 2018

Submitting Your Thesis and Dissertation

October 3 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Free

You’ve spent years on your dissertation and it’s time to turn it in to the Graduate School. What happens then? The Graduate School’s Daniel Vickoren, Programs and Graduations Supervisor, will teach students how to understand and navigate WSU’s thesis and dissertation formatting requirements. Daniel will also debut a new thesis/dissertation template and give additional tips on the title page, abstract, chapter headings, using previously-published work, and much more. The WSU librarians Debra Spidal and Talea Anderson will discuss how your…

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November 2018

Writing Workshop Series: Critical Reading Strategies

November 7 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Free

The Critical Reading Strategies seminar will focus on active reading techniques in order to improve reading comprehension and facilitate practical application of sources into the writing process. This seminar will feature information on annotation strategies, research techniques, and critical thinking exercises. The writing workshop is a year-long series. Find out more and REGISTER.

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Writing Lock-in

November 14 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Free

Are you writing your dissertation, thesis, a journal article, or other writing project? This event offers a quiet space for writers to work without distractions. Work for the entire four hours or come and go as you please. Coffee, tea, and very light refreshments will be offered. Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop, but there will be limited access to computers. Find out more and REGISTER.

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February 2019

Writing Workshop Series: Literature Reviews

February 13, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Free

Literature reviews provide a framework for critically situating your research in the larger scholarly conversation. This hands-on workshop led by Lorena O'English, WSU Librarian, will review resources and strategies for conducting literature reviews. Find out more and REGISTER.

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Submitting Your Thesis and Dissertation

February 27, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Free

The Graduate School’s Daniel Vickoren, Programs and Graduations Supervisor, will teach students how to understand and navigate WSU’s thesis and dissertation formatting requirements. Daniel will also debut a new thesis/dissertation template and give additional tips on the title page, abstract, chapter headings, using previously-published work, and much more. The WSU librarians Debra Spidal and Talea Anderson will discuss how your dissertation is cataloged, submitted to ProQuest/UMI, and made available via the Research Exchange for others to learn about your work.…

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March 2019

Writing Workshop Series: Writer’s Block and Writing Strategies

March 25, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Free

For this highly hands-on workshop, expect to learn strategies to employ while pre-writing, writing, and revising documents, such as journal articles, your thesis, or even a short email. This workshop is intended for students who know what they need to write and have done the necessary research but may be struggling with getting words on paper or making sure the words on the paper are the ones they really want. Particular focus will be given to practicing the strategies, so…

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Writing Lock In

March 27, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Are you writing your dissertation, thesis, a journal article, or other writing project? This event offers a quiet space for writers to work without distractions. Work for the entire four hours or come and go as you please. Coffee, tea, and very light refreshments will be offered. Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop, but there will be limited access to computers. Find out more and REGISTER.

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