Do you need to publish scientific papers in English? Do people not understand what you write? If so, this series of interactive lectures and workshops is for you.
Do you need to publish scientific papers in English? Do you find yourself getting a native speaker to proofread your papers, only to get comments from reviewers such as “Please get a native speaker to proofread this paper”? Do people not understand what you write? Do you struggle to make complex ideas simple and easy for others to understand? If so, this series of interactive lectures and workshops is for you. Topics will include the differences between Czech and English scientific writing style, how to structure individual sentences within paragraphs, how to improve the flow of your writing, how to correctly use transitions, and how to analyze your own (or student’s) writing.registration
Intended for academic staff!
James Tufano, M.Sc., Ph.D.
James Tufano, PhD, is not only a native English speaker whose education spanned across the United States and Australia, but he is also a successful young scientist and academic writing teacher. Specifically, he has been involved with academic writing instruction for over 5 years and laboratory research for over 10 years. By combining his work-related experience with a highly interactive teaching style, his lectures and workshops will not only keep you from falling asleep, but will provide you tools and writing strategies that can improve your written communication skills immediately.
May 4th - Tuesday (12:00-14:00)
May 6th - Thursday (12:00-14:00)
May 11th - Tuesday (12:00-14:00)
May 13th - Thursday (12:00-14:00)
May 18th - Tuesday (12:00-14:00)
Registration: link is here.