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Summer 2016 Workshops

The Global Communication Center offers limited workshops over the summer. Our full workshop line-up will be available in the Fall. All GCC workshops are free and open to all CMU students (graduate and undergraduate), faculty, and staff. These workshops are appropriate for students at all levels of study, in the sciences and humanities. Click here for a list of all of our workshop topics 

Make the Case for Your Research: Creating a Narration of Innovation

Thursday, July 21st 2016
IDeATe Studio A - Hunt Library 
12:00-1:00 p.m. 

This interactive workshop will teach you four "moves" that showcase how your research is an essential contribution to the field, in the sciences or humanities. Learn how to:

  • Transform your research into a compelling narrative
  • Highlight the impact and innovation of your work
  • Appeal to a non-specialist audience
  • Structure the introduction and abstract of your article 

This workshop will focus on the introduction and abstract of your journal article, but these well-established moves can also be applied to presentations, application materials, grant proposals, and more.  

Lunch will be provided - sign up here


For more information on our workshops, please contact gcc-cmu@andrew.cmu.edu

Do you have an idea for a workshop?  Email the GCC with your request: gcc-cmu@andrew.cmu.edu