Professional Development

Mitacs Online Workshop: Communicating your Research

May 03, 2016
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Communicating Your Research 

This short online workshop highlights the importance of communicating well and focuses on three common communication opportunities that researchers face on a regular basis:

  1. Presentation skills;
  2. Writing skills; and
  3. Poster creation

Facilitated by Dr. Jenn Gardy, you will learn more about the latest tips and techniques to make sure your next conference talk, email or poster presentation is impactful and memorable.

  • Start Date: July 18, 2016
  • End Date: July 29, 2016
  • Time Commitment: Approximately 1 hour
  • Registration Password: comms1307
  • Register and more info here

All grad students and postdocs can attend any Mitacs session, held anywhere in BC. Check the Mitacs website for additional offerings. 

As always, Mitacs sessions are at no cost but space is limited and seats go fast so sign up now!  (The workshops are free if you show up, but you are charged $50 if you do not show up. See their registration information.)

Tags:  professional development, tips and tricks

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