Spring 2022 Workshops

Location: Online via Zoom
Most workshops are 50 minutes in length.

  • Graduate-Level Argumentation

    Thursday, April 14, 11-11:50am

    A well-crafted argument relies on the writer’s ability to gather and organize evidence to support it. Learn how arguments are developed and nuanced in this workshop.

  • Writing Effective Teaching Statements

    Wednesday, April 27, 10-10:50am

    Planning on applying for professorships and teaching positions? Then you’re going to need a teaching statement. Join this workshop to learn the do’s, the don’ts, and everything between.

  • Fellowship Writing Strategies

    Tuesday, May 10, 12-12:50pm 

    Join us as we review key components of fellowship applications. This workshop will walk through how to find funding, steps for writing your statements and proposals, and more.

  • Perfecting Your Elevator Pitch

    Wednesday, May 18, 4:00pm-4:50pm 

    Join us for tips and pointers to craft your research elevator pitch. Learning how to share your research in a clear, concise way will help you at conferences, in networking situations, and even when drafting research statements for grants and fellowships!

  • Disagreeing Respectfully

    Tuesday, May 24, 2-2:50pm 

    Critiquing the work of others can be a delicate balance. Come learn how to critique and respectfully disagree in both formal and informal writing.

The Graduate Writing Center offers a variety of workshops aimed at helping graduate students improve their overall writing, apply for funding, develop job materials, and more.



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