Workshops are open to currently enrolled UW-Madison students, staff and faculty, and are offered free of charge. To register for a workshop, please fill out the registration form accessible through the link at the bottom of each individual workshop’s description page. You will receive a confirmation email for your registration as soon as you register.
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On the Academic Job Market
Enhance Your Academic Writing
- Researching and Writing Literature Reviews in the Sciences
- Writing Literature Reviews of Published Research
- Writing Graduate Research Proposals
- Communicating Your Writing Accessibility Needs with Course Instructors
- Paraphrase Like a Pro: How to Successfully “Use Your Own Words”
- Learning and Integrating Common Features of Professional Research Writing
- Ways into Writing: Strategies for Getting Started or Unstuck
- Strategies to Grow Confidence About Your Writing
Refine Your Presentation Skills
Support for Dissertations and Long Projects
Writing Retreats and Community Building
New Media and Writing
Style, Grammar, and Punctuation
Letters, Resumes, and Applications
- Personal Statements for Health Professions Programs
- Personal Statements for Law School Applications
- Peace Corps Re/Application Workshop: Writing the Resume and Motivation Statement
- Writing Application Essays and Statements of Purpose for Graduate School
- Writing Your Way to a Fulbright: The Application Essays
- Resumes and Cover Letters for Graduate Students and Returning Adults
All workshops in Fall 2020 will be offered online. 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.
Plan to arrive to your workshop 10 minutes early. If you would like to register for a workshop and must miss part of it, please email us prior to registering. Workshops are designed to last for the time specified on their description page, and missing part of a class means that you are missing important material.
If you’ve looked through our workshop offerings and haven’t found the workshop that you believe will fit your needs, we’d like to hear from you. We are constantly refining and expanding our workshop offerings and would like to know if there’s a writing topic that we should be addressing.