Graduate Students Writing Café
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Here is what you need to know about the Virtual Writing Café

The Virtual Writing Café is a place where you can write as a group in the comfort of your home.


Register for one of the writing groups below and set the time aside in your calendar for your weekly meeting! 

Session 1: Finish that article! (Bilingual)

 

Dates and times: Mondays from 1:30PM to 3:00PM (February 1st to March 29th, except February 15th)

Hosted by: Jennifer Dumoulin, Ph.D Candidate (5th Year), Department of Communication

Theme: A key part of graduate studies is publishing your research. Do you have an essay from a class that you'd like to convert into an article? What about a book review or a book chapter that is a few months away from completion? Have you been asked to revise and resubmit? If you've answered "yes" to any of these questions and would like to join a group of peers working towards the same goal, this writing group is for you! Set aside time every week to work on this important project - your future self will thank your past self later.

Zoom Registration Link

Session 2: Finish that article! (Bilingual)

Dates and times: Wednesdays from 1:30PM to 3:00PM (February 3rd to March 31st, except February 17th)

Hosted by: Eliza Sylvia, Ph.D Candidate (2nd Year), Department of Communication

Theme: A key part of graduate studies is publishing your research. Do you have an essay from a class that you'd like to convert into an article? What about a book review or a book chapter that is a few months away from completion? Have you been asked to revise and resubmit? If you've answered "yes" to any of these questions and would like to join a group of peers working towards the same goal, this writing group is for you! Set aside time every week to work on this important project - your future self will thank your past self later.

Zoom Registration Link

Session 3: Work on your proposal (Bilingual)

Dates and times: Thursdays from 9:30AM to 11:00AM (February 4th to April 1st, except February 18th)

Hosted by: Diane Riddell, Ph.D Candidate (3rd Year), Department of Communication

Theme: A good proposal is not only a requirement for any Master's or Doctoral student, but it will also set you up for success as you write your thesis or dissertation. With that said, a good proposal takes time. Sign up for this writing group to connect weekly with other students who are working on their thesis or dissertation proposal. It's a great way to stay accountable, make progress and meet other students working on their proposal too!

Zoom Registration Link

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