Are you interested in discovering how professional research writing is structured in the natural and social sciences? In this workshop for graduate students and advanced undergraduates, we will unpack misconceptions about research writing and call attention to frequently used words and sentence structures within specialized disciplines. Learning the features of your professional discourse community will help you better meet expectations for getting your own research published. Please bring short drafts of your own research or work with one of the supplied examples for applying what you’ve learned.

NOTE: You will benefit the most from this workshop if you’re confident you already have a firm grasp of English grammar. If you would like to refresh your grammar skills, check out our Grammar workshops!

Part 1 and Part 2 of the presentation and/or materials for this workshop can be accessed through Kaltura Mediaspace.

Tuesday, March 23, 2:30-4:00 PM CST

To register for this workshop: Please click on your desired section above which will take you to the Office of Human Resources’ online registration system. You will receive an email confirmation from the UW-Madison Writing Center once the registration goes through.

To join this workshop virtually: On the day of the workshop, all registered students will receive an email from the workshop facilitators with information about how to join and participate in the online workshop.