There are important differences in how writers in different disciplines communicate their ideas. Find out how writing in the sciences differs in terms of style, organization, and the use of sources and evidence. Learn the fundamentals of reading articles in the sciences. Know the right questions to ask in order to determine what your professor expects from a research paper in a science or social science course. Workshop leaders: Donna Mumme, PhD, Psychology and Elissa Krakauer, PhD, Biological Anthropology.
How to Read And Write In The Sciences
Wednesday, March 23
3:30-5:00 pm in the Lamont Forum Room, third floor, Lamont Library
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