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You're in Good Company: 3rd Annual Mini-Conference for Graduate Students in the Humanities, Aug. 23, 2016

Being held Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at the Kopolow Business Library in Simon Hall. Prior registration required.

The Dissertation

In this session, participants will learn how to manage dissertation writing effectively. Dr. Peter Kastor (Professor and Chair, Department of History), a dissertation advisor to many graduate students, will discuss best practices and pitfalls to avoid. Dr. Trevor Sangrey (Lecturer, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies), who completed her dissertation in 2012, will talk about her own writing experience. Dr. Robert Patterson, Writing Center Director, and Steve Pijut, Writing Center Associate Director, will highlight writing support services available on campus, and librarians will briefly overview other dissertation and time management resources.


Resources on Writing