Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Publishing is an important part of the research process, but writing papers is not what attracted most of us to our respective fields. Learning to write papers with minimal effort and maximum impact will help you for the rest of your career. Participants received general advice on organizing writing efforts and specific examples of the steps to go through in preparing each section of your paper, and left the workshop with working drafts of their abstracts. Dr. Yanai has lots of useful tips http://www.esf.edu/for/yanai/publishing/default.htm Cosponsored by WISE, GSA, and ESF Women's Caucus.