In the RWC, we offer workshops and roundtables on specific writing, research, and presentation issues for UNDERGRADUATE and GRADUATE students. FACULTY are also welcome to join the conversation. Location: H. T. Sampson Library, 1st floor.
- "For excellence, the presence of others is always required." -Hannah Arendt
Workshops – for all JSU students
Mon, Tue | 12–12:30 PM
Wed, Thu | 3–3:30 PM
1. Refining Research Questions Jan 25–28
2. Narrowing Your Topic Feb 1–4
3. Parts of a Research Paper Feb 15–18
4. Visual Aids Feb 22–25
5. Personal Statements March 21–24
Tue Feb 9 | 3-4 PM
Wed Feb 10 | 12-1 PM
Wed March 2 | 5:30 – 6:30 PM
Thu March 3 | 12 – 1 PM
GRADUATE STUDENTS & FACULTY: Thesis and Dissertation Roundtables
In an informal setting, graduate students and faculty across the University have an opportunity to discuss issues related to writing up research for Master’s Theses and Dissertations. Facilitated by the RWC staff, conversations allow faculty and students to articulate ideas and writing conventions specific to theses and dissertations.
Wednesdays, 5:30-7 PM
- Feb 10 Writing Up the Results of Your Research
- March 9 What Is a Discussion Chapter?
- April 13 Presenting Research Orally and Visually
For additional information, contact:
Dr. Kathi Griffin, firstname.lastname@example.org or 601-979-0989
Dr. Tatiana Glushko, email@example.com or 601-979-1777