Writing from the Reader’s Perspective
Registration open for faculty only until August 6
Registration will open to all others on August 7
Presented by: George D. Gopen, JD, PhD, Professor Emeritus of the Practice of Rhetoric, Department of English
Session 1: Thursday October 19; 1-5pm in the Duke South Amphitheater
Session 2: Thursday, October 26; 1-5pm in the Duke South Amphitheater
Session 3. Thursday November 2; 1-5pm in the Duke South Amphitheater
Details: This widely acclaimed seminar series is based on the concept that in order to improve writing, it is first necessary to understand the process of reading. The ideas presented in this series of lectures have changed participants' writing habits permanently, often resulting in improved grant-writing and publication success.
Who should attend: School of Medicine faculty will be given registration priority. Limited seats will also be available for fellows, postdocs, staff and others. Registration will be held open for faculty until August 6. Beginning on August 7, remaining seats will be opened up for others who are interested in attending. This is a 3-part seminar. For maximum benefit please plan to attend all three meetings. You only need to register once for all 3 sessions.
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