English Conversation Hour
English Conversation Hour continues this Spring 2021. If you have not previously participated this academic year, please click here to register so that we can add you to our Teams site.
Workshops provide specific instruction on many topics, including but not limited to visual rhetoric, oral presentations, job application materials, and academic writing. The workshops range in length and are scheduled throughout the year. Each workshop is conducted by a trained expert in communication. The Communication Center also partners with classes, academic programs, departments, and student groups to conduct workshops. Other workshops are offered by request. If you'd like to request a workshop for your class or organization, email us at email@example.com.
Fall 2021 Coming Soon!
All workshops offered this spring will be online, either through BlueJeans or Teams. When you register for one of the following workshops, you will receive the link to join it by email the prior to the event.
March 17th, 4-5pm EST (online)
Oral presentations make people nervous. There are so many things to consider: How do you organize your ideas? How do you make clear slides? How do you respond to questions? What do you do with your hands? In this workshop, we'll discuss tips for public speaking that will help you gain confidence in front of a crowd. (This workshop fulfills Graduate Communication Certificate Program requirements.)
Visual Rhetoric and Research Posters
April 1st, 4-5pm EST (online)
A poster presentation requires very specific features in order to be most effective. This workshop provides attendees with strategies and tips to make their next poster presentation one of the strongest they've ever given. (This workshop fulfills Graduate Communication Certificate Program requirements)
The Communication Process
April 13th, 1-2pm EST (online)
This workshop provides an overview of how the communication process works and how you can leverage that in your professional life through your writing, speaking, and design of slides, posters, websites, etc. (This workshop fulfills Graduate Communication Certificate Program requirements)