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How (not) to Present and How (not) to Publish
Start Date: 12/1/2016Start Time: 11:00 AM
End Date: 12/1/2016End Time: 12:20 PM

Event Description:

This workshop will discuss procedures for presenting at conferences and for submitting work for publication, including discussion of the differences between refereed and non-refereed journals, and how to submit a book  proposal.

Drawing on her 35 years of experience as a academic editor, manuscript reviewer, and author, Dr. Howard-Hassmann will present some examples of common errors made by junior (and sometimes not so junior) scholars. The workshop will be most useful for graduate students in the humanities and social scientists, but students and postdocs from other disciplines will find the session useful and are welcome to attend as well.


  • Dec. 1
  • 11 am - 12:20 pm
  • The Purpose Lab - DAWB 1-102B
Location Information:
Waterloo - Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Room: Purpose Lab (101B)
Contact Information:
Name: Michael Bittle
Phone: 4718
  • Graduate Students
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