Want to learn how to navigate the challenges of reading and writing in STEM fields?
The Writing Resource Center and Kelvin Smith Library are excited to offer a three-part series of workshops presented by faculty and staff who are experts in STEM communication. The workshop will cover topics such as how to make sense of complex scientific articles, ways to hone your arguments in scientific and engineering papers, and new methods for thinking about the representation of quantitative data. In addition, the series will help students rethink their reading and writing habits so that they can develop lasting strategies to support their own work at CWRU and beyond.
This online series is open to all students, but will be especially useful to underrepresented student groups, upper-class undergraduates, and new graduate students in scientific and engineering fields.
Space is limited and students are encouraged to attend all three Zoom sessions. For more information about the topics and speakers, or to register, please view the events, below.
Session 1: Reading STEM Literature
March 23, 2022, Noon-1:00 p.m.
Session 2: Effective Written Communication in Science and Engineering
March 30, 2022, Noon-1:00 p.m.
Session 3: How to Represent Quantitative Data
April 6, 2022, Noon-1:00 p.m.