The Hume Center provides free writing and speaking workshops on general strategies, as well as genre-specific support for graduate students and postdocs from all disciplines. Topics include research statements, journal articles, multimedia presentations, and more.
For academic year 2023-2024, graduate workshops will be offered either virtually or in person. For the most updated information regarding graduate workshops, please sign-up for the Hume Center newsletter here (https://forms.gle/QDHKRgA27c7fUfrh6).
This series of workshops is generously supported by the Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education and the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs.
Past offerings include but are not limited to the following:
Beyond 'Tolerant': Putting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion into Action In and Outside of the Classroom
Conveying Your Research in a Nutshell
Giving Feedback on Student Writing
Productivity in Times Like These: Writing Your Way Through the Pandemic
Publishing from Your Dissertation
Responding to Reviewer Feedback
The Common Structure of Research Articles
Turning Your Seminar Paper into a Journal Article
Writer's Block and the Creative Process in Science
Writing a Review Article
Writing a Teaching Philosophy
Writing Stellar Fellowship Applications
Writing Your Job Talk
Writing with Others: Strategies for Successful Collaborations