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Academic Publishing In Stem: A Faculty Panel

Let’s say you have a project you’re really excited to share with the world. You sit down to draft a paper, hoping to submit it to a research journal or conference. You know your results, you are ready to write some analysis, but soon questions start popping up. Will my audience understand what a Bayesian network is? How detailed should my methods section be? What happens if the reviewers tell me to revise and resubmit? You’ll find the answers to these questions and more in this video.

This recorded faculty panel is your inside look at academic publishing. After learning from CMU speakers Drs. Michael Domach, Susan Finger, and Jonathan Cagan, you will be on your way to submitting your next research article. Even though this advice comes from a STEM perspective, writers from all fields can benefit from this crash course in academic publication.

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