Publishing

podium and microphone
"step up to the mic" by Tom Woodward | CC BY-NC 2.0

Tues., April 3, 2018

Learning to present your research publicly at research conferences, workshops, or other events is an important aspect of your graduate experience. The following advice will help you prepare an effective presentation, successfully present your work, and use your presentation to improve your research.
person hiding behind a mirror

"reflections (A)" by Camil Tulcan | CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Tue., Nov. 25, 2014

After you've received peer reviewers' comments, how do you move forward with your article? Here's how to stay objective and improve your article using the feedback.

Tues., Oct. 28, 2014

A good draft of an abstract guides you through an article’s conception, the writing process, and edits. Here's how to make the most of your abstract.
Square peg, round hole
Square Peg by Simon Greig

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014

Like an athlete who trains for months to prepare for competition, you have to prepare to publish. Think about your work in terms of publishable results, begin writing early in the research process, and write often…

As a graduate student, you’ll quickly become familiar with the informative abstract, an integral component of many of the things you’ll write in your academic career—journal articles, research grants, theses and disse