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Navigating Difficult Conversations

Assembly Hall, 4th Floor, Rackham Building 915 East Washington Street, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

In this interactive session, Rackham experts in conflict resolution will discuss the ways in which conflict can manifest in our academic and personal spheres and will explore strategies to navigate and address difficult conversations. You will leave with concrete strategies for productive dialogue and clear communication, able to approach difficult conversations with more confidence in […]

What’s Reading Got to Do With It?: Reading to Support Writing in Graduate School

Space 2435, North Quad 105 South State Street, Ann Arbor, United States

This workshop will explore how you can read strategically to support your work as a writer in your academic field and discipline. What is the relationship between reading and writing for academic purposes? How can we read to support our work as writers in our specific academic fields and disciplines? In this 50-minute Rackham/Sweetland workshop, […]

Who are You Talking to?: Identifying and Responding to Your Interlocutors

Space 2435, North Quad 105 South State Street, Ann Arbor, United States

This workshop will address how reading skills and writing conventions allow you to ethically represent others’ knowledge and support your arguments. Interlocutors are those you engage with in your research and writing; they may appear (re: be valued) differently across disciplines. This workshop will address how reading skills and writing conventions allow you to ethically […]

How to Make Revision Count: Revising Practices for Graduate Students

Space 2435, North Quad 105 South State Street, Ann Arbor, United States

This workshop will introduce new graduate students to revising practices to help them thrive in their academic writing. The most critical phase in the writing process is also the most mysterious and untaught. Revision is especially challenging for first-year graduate writers learning to write extended arguments for academic purposes. What do academic writers do when […]