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ABE 697 - Graduate Seminar

Instructor: Abigail Engelberth

This course is designed to improve the communication skills of the ABE graduate students. The course is divided into three major parts:

1. Written communication: Writing a research summary, providing and receiving peer review, responding to comments and improving the document.

2. Oral communication: Preparing and presenting, reviewing and receiving reviews, preparing a video for external audiences.

3. Professional Development: Responsible conduct of research, professional meetings and societies, attending seminars.

Learning Objectives:

  • Improve the student's ability to write, read and review scientific documents.
  • Improve the student's skills in preparing and presenting scientific presentations.
  • Become more familiar with Responsible Conduct of Research.
  • Broaden the student's knowledge by attending and/or planning research seminars and presentations by peers.

Become familiar with professional development opportunities.

Offered Spring semester.

1.0 credit hours (pending)