Writing and Research Events
The Graduate School Writing Center, in partnership with the Libraries, offers workshops for graduate students focused on entering an academic conversation through research and writing. Browse the list below to find our workshop offerings for the semester, and don't forget to click the link to register if necessary!
Dates: Friday, October 6, November 3, and December 1
Location: McKeldin Library, Room 4123
On the first Friday of every month, join the Graduate School Writing Center for a twist on the Weekly Write-in: the Research Write-In. We’ll be joined by a librarian from the Research Commons who will offer an opening lesson about effective search strategies, and then be available throughout the session to support you with your research questions and challenges. As usual, there will be a Fellow from the Graduate School Writing Center available for writing consultations.
How to Write a Literature Review
Location: McKeldin Library Special Events Room 6137
This workshop covers graduate-specific library privileges, effective research and citation practices, writing from sources, and a general introduction to the literature review process.
Public Policy Research/Writing Workshop
Location: Van Munching Hall, Room 1207
Note: Please bring your own laptop to this workshop.
The University Libraries and the Graduate School Writing Center have teamed up to offer a public policy specific research and writing workshop for graduate students. Under the instruction of the public policy subject librarian and the Writing Center staff, students will:
- Learn some of the tools of research they need to become scholars in public policy
- Acquire an initial familiarity with publication formats and norms of public policy
- Understand the role of evidence in supporting ideas