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The Faculty of Environment is pleased to invite our graduate students to learn how to tell the story of their research and its impact in just 300 choice words. Join SFU writer/editor Diane Luckow for a special writing workshop for graduate students.
Diane Luckow is a professional writer with more than 30 years of experience freelancing for national magazines and newspapers, as well as for corporations and non-profit organizations. For 20 years she worked half-time as editor of Simon Fraser University's newspaper, SFU News, while continuing freelance work. She is currently the content editor with SFU's Department of Communications and Marketing where she ensures that the university's key messages and narrative are on-brand.