News from the Research Commons


April 4, 2016

5 Reasons to Present at Scholars’ Studio

  Demonstrate your expertise in a concise manner without jargon Practice public speaking and visual presentation skills Receive inter-disciplinary feedback to strengthen your work Adaptable for a future job talk or elevator speech in industry Can be included on your CV or resumeĀ  Submit proposals by April 22; Scholars’ Studio is May 19

March 30, 2016

Joust in Red C!

Whan That Aprille Day, Friday, April 1, 2:30 Activities (from the UW Medieval Studies Graduate Interest Group) Green Alcove: Even the best British accent won’t help you levitate a feather by shouting “EXPELLIARMUS,” but what about a spell taken from an ancient Roman text? Learn about the Latin art of poetic incantation through an ancient…

February 22, 2016

Scholars’ Studio Lineup

Scholars’ Studio: TRANSGRESS is this Thursday, 2/25, from 4-6 pm! The Lineup: UW Libraries Labor Archivist Conor Casey: SeaTac-Seattle Minimum Wage History Project Emmy Herland: Trauma and Transgenerational Haunting in El Trovador by Antonio Garcia Gutierrez Tylir McKenzie: Not Just Copy and Paste; Online Teaching and Pedagogic Practice Emily Thompson: Stepping In, Stepping Out: Undergraduate…

February 10, 2016

Scholars’ Studio: Tutorial

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