9 a.m. - noon Location: TBD
This is the first workshop in a 2-part series sponsored by the Office of Graduate Studies and the McDermott Library to support graduate students who are currently working on or about to begin their thesis or dissertation proposals.
Presented by the Office of Graduate Studies, Part 1 covers the elements that are common to proposals across various disciplines, the ingredients that make them effective, and rhetorical strategies and style principles that contribute to their success.
Breakfast will be provided by the Office of Graduate Studies.
Registration is required and will open at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 29.
To register for Part 1, go to https://utdallas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cuQdmoByskKepGR
Other events in this series: Part 2, Library Resources for Researching Thesis and Dissertation Topics, on Friday, September 21, from 9:00 a.m. to noon in McDermott Library, MC 2.524.
A separate registration is required to attend Part 2 of this workshop. For further information about the workshop and to register, please visit the Library Events page: https://www.utdallas.edu/library/about-the-library/events/
Students are welcome to attend either or both parts of this workshop.