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Winter Scholars’ Studio Call for Proposals

Scholars’ Studio: Call for Proposals (Open Theme)

Submit a proposal by February 1 // Virtual event on February 25

Access the call for proposals flyer and social media image.

Send questions to Madeline Mundt: mundtm@uw.edu

 

Are you a graduate student who wants to communicate your capstone, research or pedagogy to a wider audience? Would you like to get feedback about your virtual presentation style from a group of supportive, interdisciplinary people? Then submit a proposal for an opportunity to present at the winter quarter Scholars’ Studio event—a fun, low stakes way to give a 5 minute lightning talk!

See last quarter’s presentations.

Participate in Scholars’ Studio for the following reasons:

– To learn skills that are crucial for virtual presentations at conferences and the job market

– To focus the message of your research and hone your elevator speech

– To work on communicating your capstone project, research, or pedagogy to a wider audience

– To enliven your presentation with storytelling elements while having fun and connecting with the members of UW community and beyond.

This event is a collaboration between the UW Libraries Research Commons and Core Programs—Office of Graduate Student Affairs in The Graduate School.

Scholars’ Studio: Call for Proposals

Scholars’ Studio: Call for Proposals (Open Theme)

  • Submit a proposal by Monday, October 26
  • Virtual event on Thursday, November 19

Send questions to mundtm@uw.edu Learn more and submit a proposal: http://bit.ly/formcfp20

 

Are you a graduate student who wants to communicate your capstone, research or pedagogy to a wider audience? Would you like to get feedback about your virtual presentation style from a group of supportive and interdisciplinary people? Then submit a proposal for an opportunity to present at the virtual Scholars’ Studio—a fun, low stakes way to give a 5 minute lightning talk!

 

Participate in Scholars’ Studio for the following reasons:

– To learn skills that are crucial for virtual presentations at conferences and the job market

– To focus the message of your research and hone your elevator pitch

– To work on communicating your capstone project, research or pedagogy to a wider audience

– To enliven your presentation with storytelling elements while having fun and finding community

 

This event is a collaboration between the UW Libraries Research Commons and Core Programs—Office of Graduate Student Affairs in The Graduate School.