Grant Writing Seminar

Grant Writing Seminar   Tuesday, Oct. 15, 5:30-7:30 KU Edwards Campus, Regnier Hall, Room 165 12610 Quivira Rd. Overland Park, KS 66213   Join Ashley Carlson and Marilyn Ortega from KU’s Hall Center for the Humanities Research & Grant Development Office to learn how to develop grant applications. Learn where to find state, federal and…

Literature Reviews: Workshop

Includes a brief overview of KU Libraries resources and services; types of literature reviews;  forming a research question; choosing databases; harvesting search terms; conducting searches, managing and synthesizing results. Register to attend here.

Write on Wednesdays

Structure: 2 hours of quiet, dedicated writing time Community: Meet other students during the half-point break Support: Consultations with library staff are available for assistance with research, literature review, GIS, digital humanities, citation management, open access, copyright, and document formatting. For more info, please contact Scott McEathron at macmap68@ku.edu.waton

WORKSHOP SERIES: GRAMMAR, LANGUAGE, & WRITING

“Understanding Phrasal Verbs” A Graduate Writing Consultant will hold a presentation on a topic related to grammar, language, and writing and will help facilitate related exercises. All PowerPoints, exercises, and answer keys are available for download below. Walk-ins are welcome, but attendees are encouraged to fill out our online registration form in advance, Anschutz 3…

Thesis/Dissertation Formatting (Microsoft Word) & Copyright (Workshop)

Click here to register to attend. This workshop is for graduate students at any stage of the thesis or dissertation process. If you’re just starting out, you can build your own template for future use. If you’re nearing the end, come join us for some quick tips that will save you some time and trouble as…

Shut Up & Write Tuesdays

SUPPORTED BY THE COLLEGE OFFICE OF GRADUATE AFFAIRS AND THE COMMONS Born out of an international movement, Shut Up & Write continues at KU as an opportunity for devoted writing time and community building. These sessions are offered for graduate students, and feature three 25-minute writing blocks, separated by 5-minute breaks. Consultation for job documents is available…

WORKSHOP SERIES: GRAMMAR, LANGUAGE, & WRITING

“Understanding Clauses and Punctuation” A Graduate Writing Consultant will hold a presentation on a topic related to grammar, language, and writing and will help facilitate related exercises. All PowerPoints, exercises, and answer keys are available for download below. Walk-ins are welcome, but attendees are encouraged to fill out our online registration form in advance, Anschutz…

Recovering Cavendish Transcribe-A-Thon

Be a part of the creation of an open access, searchable, reader-friendly text of Margaret Cavendish’s Philosophical and Physical Opinions (1663)! No experience necessary – simple transcription instructions are provided on the website! The website will be open September 25th and will remain open until the transcription is complete. For those of you in the…

Write on Wednesdays

Structure: 2 hours of quiet, dedicated writing time Community: Meet other students during the half-point break Support: Consultations with library staff are available for assistance with research, literature review, GIS, digital humanities, citation management, open access, copyright, and document formatting. For more info, please contact Scott McEathron at macmap68@ku.edu.