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Courses and workshops to build research communication skills

Manuscript writing 

Our office thanks the postdoctoral fellows and research scientists who participated​ in the Fall  2017 term. We also thank our faculty members who supported their efforts. The nominations for the Spring 2018 term are due 29 January, 2018. 

Here are the schedule for the Spring 2018 Scientific Writing Course.

Postdocs and Research Scientists only

This intensive research writing course teaches principles and skills with which authors can improve the clarity, coherence and readability of their manuscripts for publications. 

  • Section 1: Sundays and Tuesdays from 9 am to 10:30 am (February 11 through March 20)
  • Section 2: Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 am to 10:30 am (February 12  through March 21)
  • Location: To be arranged 
  • The course participants are selected by the nominations of the PIs. If you are interested in fully participating in the course to improve your writing skills, inform your PIs of your interest and commitment.
    Full attendance is required. ​

Workshops for grammar and punctuations

Workshop series targeting at key grammatical structures and punctuation rules of academic English. If you are confused about key issues regarding grammar and punctuations used in research communications, attend the workshop series to clarify your confusions and gain practice. The sessions cover tricky issues with verb tenses used in research writing, key clauses and phrases of academic English, the confusing system of the English articles (a, an​, the, and zero article), connectors, comma, semicolon, colon, dashes, voices (passive and active), adjective clauses, vocabulary issues, etc. All these are essential to writing accurately.

Thanks for the postdocs and research scientists who participated in this workshop!!!

Dates for 2018 workshops are not set yet. 

To learn more about the topics that past workshops covered, visit the Resources​ tab.​​​


 


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