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URES 2016: Public Speaking

The 2016 Undergraduate Research Education Series, presented by the Office of Undergraduate Research. November 9, 2016 @ 2:30 - 3:30pm - "Public Speaking: How to Present" with Martine Green-Rogers at 120 Sill Center. Free open to all!


"The Office of Undergraduate Research offers educational events on topics of interest to undergraduate student researchers and their faculty mentors. These events are free open to all and are designed specifically with undergraduate students in mind. Events in the Undergraduate Research Education Events cover topics such as: community-based research, creating effective posters, data management, human subjects research ethics, professionalization, public speaking, the institutional review board, and writing abstracts.

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Public Speaking: How to Present

Presented by: Martine Green-Rogers

Date Time: November 9, 2016 at 2:30 - 3:30pm

Location: Sterling Sill Center (195 Central Campus Dr.), Room 120 View Map

In this seminar you will hear about techniques for and issues with effective public speaking. You will learn how to present in a variety of formats. This seminar is useful for any student, as public speaking is both necessary in research dissemination and takes a lot of practice.

See the Calendar and/or the URES Fall 2016 flier for the current list of events.

The Undergraduate Research Education Series is free and open to all. Click here to learn more about the Office of Undergraduate Research.

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