Not sure where to start? Want to make sure you’re on the right track? Looking ahead for future participation? Let us help you prepare – from writing an abstract to poster design, we have you covered!
Get expert advice and information during one or more of these free workshops, specifically tailored for the Undergraduate Research Symposium. Attending a workshop does not obligate you to apply for the symposium. What do you have to lose?
Workshops will be added throughout the year, check back regularly.
Register today! Space is limited and reserved on a first come first serve basis.
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Abstract Writing Workshops
Professors Nancy Simpson-Younger and Wendy Call are holding a one-hour ``abstract writing workshop`` to help to help you develop your applications (abstract submissions) for the 2018 Dr. Rae Linda Brown Undergraduate Research Symposium.
In this workshop, you will learn how to boil down your creative writing and/or scholarly research to the very short word-counts required for the abstract submission process. You will leave the workshop with a full draft of you application! This workshop is designed for English majors, but other Humanities and Communications majors are most welcome. We will cover both scholarly and creative writing projects.
Choose from two upcoming dates and register today!
1) a paper or digital copy of your research paper or creative work - with an excerpt about 1,000 words that you can read aloud to a small group;
2) something to write on (preferably a laptop); and
3) something to write with.