Workshop: Conference Submission & Presentations: Part I, Tuesday, 2/19, 3-4pm

305 Russell

A Research Talk: Gives your audience a window into your idea and research work. It inspires your audience to want to read your paper and encourages your audience to give you feedback on your work. A Research Talk Does Not: Tell your audience all you know about a subject or present every little detail of your work. This workshop will cover the ins and outs of conference presentations including how to actually deliver the talk publicly. 

This workshop provides a general overview of the importance of scholarly writing, research process, submission/application, and presentation. It is part of a new series, "Empower Hour", geared towards entry-level or Masters students. The goal of the series to provide institutional knowledge and empower students to take charge of their educational journey.


Myra Luna-Lucero is Research Compliance Manager for the Office of Sponsored Programs at Teachers College. She holds a BA and MA from the University of New Mexico and a doctorate in math, science, and technology from Teachers College, Columbia University.

This workshop is co-sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs; Office of Sponsored Programs and Office of Diversity and Community Affairs.

Where: 305 Russell


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Last Updated: 11:39 am, Friday, Jan 18 , 2019