[Currentcse] Fw: Writing for Research and Oral Communication Courses | Spring 2018-19

Hutchinson, Theodore hutchint at ohio.edu
Wed Oct 31 19:03:18 EDT 2018


Hi all... for Spring semester, don't forget about registering for some of these classes via ELIP. They count as credits but not for requirements. (You might need a few extra credits to qualify for your GA or GRS but don't want another full academic content class.) Students from all backgrounds choose some of these because we are all together in learning how to do the "academic thing" better!


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Theo Jansen Hutchinson, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Critical Studies in Educational Foundations, Program Coordinator
Director, Undergraduate Diversity Studies Certificate
McCracken Hall 302U, Ohio University
Athens, OH  45701
Email: hutchint at ohio.edu

Pronouns: Preference to use name; or he, him, his
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Subject: Writing for Research and Oral Communication Courses | Spring 2018-19

Dear OHIO Faculty and Staff,

Please inform your graduate students about courses regarding Academic Writing, Writing for Research, and Preparing for the Oral Defense being offered this Spring Semester 2018-19.

These courses are for domestic as well as international students – contact Dawn Bikowski (bikowski at ohio.edu<mailto:bikowski at ohio.edu>) with questions.

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Writing for Research—Thesis/Dissertation (ELIP 5160), Spring Semester 2018-19, 3 credit hours
General section: Mondays 3:05-4:55pm  |  Class number: 3033
Science section: Tuesdays 5:15-7:05pm  |  Class number: 3034
http://www.ohio-forum.com/2017/03/course-helps-graduate-students-write-up-their-research/<https://www.ohio.edu/cas/linguistics/elip/graduate/reading-writing/elip-5160-writing-research.cfm>

• Writing a proposal, thesis, dissertation, or journal article—students work on their own writing projects
• Individualized attention and feedback
• Individualized tutoring in the ELIP Graduate Writing Lab
• Course doesn't affect GPA as long as credit is attained (Credit/Fail class)
• For international and domestic graduate students


Academic Writing in Graduate Studies (ELIP 5140), Spring Semester 2018-19, 3 credit hours
General section: Wednesdays 4:10-6:00pm  |  Class number: 3031
Online section: Class number: 3032

• Writing essays, research papers, and critiques—students work on their own writing projects
• Individualized attention and feedback
• Individualized tutoring in the ELIP Graduate Writing Lab
• Course doesn't affect GPA as long as credit is attained (Credit/Fail class)
• For international and domestic graduate students
https://www.ohio.edu/cas/linguistics/elip/graduate/reading-writing/elip-5140.cfm


The Oral Defense: Oral Communication for the Graduate Researcher/Presenter (ELIP 5320), Spring Semester 2018-19, 3 credit hours
Wednesdays 3:05-4:55  |  Class number: 3040

• Strategies for defending your thesis/dissertation
• Giving poster presentations & preparing the poster
• Presenting at conferences
• Performing in interviews
• Organizing ideas, answering questions, and using nonverbal language effectively
• For international and domestic graduate students
https://www.ohio.edu/cas/linguistics/elip/graduate/oral-communication/elip-5320.cfm

Thank you for sending this out. Questions can be directed to me (bikowski at ohio.edu<mailto:bikowski at ohio.edu>) or see https://www.ohio.edu/cas/linguistics/elip/index.cfm.
Dawn Bikowski

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Linguistics Department • College of Arts & Sciences
Dawn Bikowski, PhD
Director, ELIP Academic & Global Communication Program
bikowski at ohio.edu<mailto:bikowski at ohio.edu> • @DawnBikowski • T: 740.593.0201
Gordy Hall 367 • Athens OH 45701
www.ohio.edu<http://www.ohio.edu> • https://www.ohio.edu/cas/linguistics/elip
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