Writing and Citing: The Challenges of a Graduate Thesis

Workshop for Graduate Students

Integrity 9 

 


Workshop description



Graduate school means writing, lots of writing. Although most graduate students have experience writing academic papers, sometimes challenges arise when writing a thesis. In this session, staff from the Learning Assistance Centre and the Student Advocacy office will review important elements of research writing and citing and provide strategies for avoiding pitfalls to successfully complete a thesis.

Note: We will reserve the last half hour to respond to questions and to review samples of written work.

Dates/times/location:

•  Tuesday, November 8, 1:00-3:00, Microcomputer lab, room 340 University Centre, Fort Garry Campus FULL*

or

•  Wednesday, November 9, 10:00-12:00, Microcomputer lab, room 340 University Centre, Fort Garry Campus FULL*

or

•  Thursday, November 10, 1:30-3:30, Neil John Maclean library computer lab, Bannatyne Campus

workshop rescheduled to:

•  Thursday, November 17, 1:30-3:30, Neil John Maclean library computer lab, Bannatyne Campus



*Our Fort Garry workshops are full!
Please stay tuned as we plan to offer this workshop again early in the second term. 

Registration is required.
Prize draw at each session for a Bookstore gift certificate!

Thank you to the Faculty of Graduate Studies for sponsoring the workshop.



Student Advocacy

519 University Centre

University of Manitoba

474-7423

Student_Advocacy@umanitoba.ca

last updated November 3, 2005