How to succeed with thesis writing
This workshop is for graduate students currently writing thesis.
Writing is central to all disciplines as it is means through which scholars communicate knowledge to each other and to other important constituencies. Therefore, all students must learn writing and communication practices of their disciplines along with knowledge of their field.
Strong writing requires understanding of subject matter of a discipline as well as the conventional genres of a discipline (i.e. research essay or lab report), the style of a particular discipline (i.e. word choice or formatting), information literacy of a discipline (i.e. how to find material and who is important scholar in a field). Strong writing is built on good writing processes (i.e. peer review and revision).
This workshop develops writing skills for students with a focus on practical activities.
This workshop on thesis writing in English will focus on:
Rachel Riedner will also be available for informal consultation and follow-up on the workshop on Thursday May 26 from 9-12 in SVHUM C1007.
To register, please send an email to email@example.com before May 12, indicating your name, nationality and which degree program you are affiliated with (if relevant).