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Oral Communication Winter A

I: Oral Communication

Winter Session A: Thursdays, January 10 - February 7, 5:00pm-7:00pm

This course focuses on helping students improve their oral communication skills for academic and daily life. Emphasis is on increasing confidence and fluency through realistic activities both in and out of class covering pronunciation, idiom and slang usage, active listening skills, and conversation strategies. 

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Professional and Academic Writing Winter

II: Professional & Academic Writing

Prerequisite: Oral Communication

Winter Session: Thursdays, January 10-February 14, 5:00pm-7:00pm

This  course on academic writing for publication focuses on learning to write coherently, clearly, and concisely. It will also include some practice in writing effective emails, letters, and short proposals. The course includes two 30-minute individual tutorials with the instructor.

Oral Communication Fall B

I: Oral Communication

Fall Session B: Tuesdays, October 30 - December 4 (no class 11/20), 5:00pm-7:00pm

This course focuses on helping students improve their oral communication skills for academic and daily life. Emphasis is on increasing confidence and fluency through realistic activities both in and out of class covering pronunciation, idiom and slang usage, active listening skills, and conversation strategies. 

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Oral Communication Fall A - Canceled

I: Oral Communication

Fall Session A: Tuesdays, September 25 - October 23, 5:00pm-7:00pm

This course focuses on helping students improve their oral communication skills for academic and daily life. Emphasis is on increasing confidence and fluency through realistic activities both in and out of class covering pronunciation, idiom and slang usage, active listening skills, and conversation strategies. 

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Oral Communication Summer B

I: Oral Communication

Summer Session B: Wednesdays, July 11 - August 8, 5:00pm-7:00pm

This course focuses on helping students improve their oral communication skills for academic and daily life. Emphasis is on increasing confidence and fluency through realistic activities both in and out of class covering pronunciation, idiom and slang usage, active listening skills, and conversation strategies. 

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Postdoc Fellowships BBL

BBL*: Finding and Applying for Postdoctoral Fellowships: Overview of Resources and Procedures - Open to ALL Postdocs

Presenters & Topics:

  • Debra Porzio, Postdoctoral Fellowships Manager, Research Management Group, School of Medicine

  • Tim Leung, Assistant Director, Office of Sponsored Research Pre-Award

  • Annelies Ransome, Associate Director, Office of Postdoctoral Affairs

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