Scholars’ Studio: Call for Proposals
Are you a graduate student or postdoc candidate looking for opportunities to present your research? Do you need feedback on your presentation style? Submit a proposal BY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30th for the next Scholars’ Studio, Thursday, November 19th, 4:00 – 6:00 pm at Presentation Place in the Research Commons.
Scholar’s Studio is a fun, informal way to share research. Thursday, November 19th our theme will be TRANSLATE. Think language, accessibility, community-building, mediation, conversion, gene transcription, computer programming, interpretation, public scholarship, mechanical movement, communication, accuracy, slippage, technologies and outcomes, and MORE. Submit your proposal and join the conversation.
Can’t decide on a citation tool, like Zotero, EndNote, RefWorks, or Mendeley? Have a tool that you love but need help getting started, getting organized, or troubleshooting? Citation Management Consultations are now available by appointment request.
Don’t forget, the Research Commons is available to help with graduate funding, graduate writing, and design. Check our calendar for drop-in hours for these services.
Can’t wait to hear more about funding opportunities?
The UW Graduate Funding Information Service (GFIS) manger presented a fantastic webinar yesterday on Finding Funding for Grad School. The recording is available now, via Adobe Connect.
What’s Brewing in the Wikipedia Lab?
The Wikipedia Lab pilot got off to a great start earlier this month. Each week, librarians and wikipedians gather in Room Green A to help new editors get started and contribute content to important subject areas. Join us to learn about adding to and editing Wikipedia:
Monday, October 19th, 4:30-6:30 pm, Green A. Women in the Sciences: Women in the Health Sciences
Monday, October 26th, 4:30-6:30 pm, Green A. Women in the Sciences: Women in Technology
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