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What's Your Work About? Research as Storytelling

Learning how to communicate your research is invaluable in terms of your professional development and can be an important part of your career as a graduate student and beyond. Join us in this four-week program to develop your written, visual, and spoken communication skills.

This workshop will provide tools and techniques for using the spoken word to communicate your research to a variety of audiences. This session is designed for graduate students who envision themselves explaining their work to potential funders, community partners, and other researchers in a way that is clear and compelling.

Registration is open and will remain open until September 11 or until all 50 seats are filled. This session is part of a series; those who attend the first three sessions (either synchronously or asynchronously) will receive a certificate of completion. Visit to see more about the series and register for the series.

  • September 14—Crafting Clear and Compelling Abstracts
  • September 28—Designing a Research Poster
  • October 12—Research as Storytelling
  • October 26—Feedback Session

Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at 5:30pm to 7:00pm

McClung Tower and Plaza, 1210-1211
1115 Volunteer Boulevard, Knoxville, TN 37996

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Communication & Information


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Graduate School


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Sean Q. Hendricks

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