NEW! Thesis and Dissertation Boot Camp: Formatting the manuscript
The Graduate College and the Center for Communication Excellence invite you to a boot camp to guide you through the final formatting of your thesis or dissertation. Boot camp sessions will be held on September 18th 9-11am, October 18th 9-11am, and November 9th 2-4pm in Parks Library Room 134. These events will take place in a computer lab, so you may bring an electronic copy of your thesis/dissertation on a flashdrive or saved onto your own laptop. Registration is required, but free to all ISU graduate students. For more information about thesis and dissertation requirements, consider attending a Graduate College Thesis Seminar.
Resource of the Month
From Research to Manuscript: A guide to scientific writing
This resource (available online through the ISU library) highlights a range of important considerations in research writing. Topics range from specific details of style to manuscript publication and practices of peer-review. The author provides an overview of the research-science report process for both first-time science research authors and seasoned professionals. Access the resource today!
Don't forget to check out other on-site and online resources supporting academic communication in the Center for Communication Excellence's resource database.
Reiman Gardens is seeking graduate students, faculty, and other professionals in science-related fields to participate in their 2018 Science Communication Fellowship to help scientists share their research with the public. Scientists, engineers, graduate students, faculty, researchers, and any other science-based professionals interested in developing science communication skills are invited to apply. This is a great professional development opportunity! Complete an application by November 30th, if you're interested.
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