As you settle into the fall 2021 semester and set your writing and publishing goals for the year, let the Office for Professional Writing, Publishing, and Communication (OPWPC) help.
OPWPC workshops will give you the tools to succeed at every step of the publication process. Get strategies to turn your work into a publishable manuscript, find the time to prioritize your writing, and learn best practices to deal with reviewers’ comments and feedback on your submitted work.
All workshops will be held virtually. Descriptions and registration links are below. If you’re unable to join a workshop, schedule a one-on-one consultation with the OPWPC experts.
Turn Your Thesis into a Publishable Manuscript
Wednesday, September 15, 12 – 1 p.m.
Turning your thesis into a journal article lets you share your research with a wider audience. In this workshop, you’ll learn about efficient strategies to modify your thesis for publication and resources that can help you in this process.
Find the Time: Time Management
Wednesday, September 22, 1 – 2 p.m.
This session will give you tools and strategies to begin finding the time to do things that you value. Learn how to evaluate what you spend time doing, prioritize activities using the Eisenhower matrix, and determine ways to protect your time.
Responding to Reviewers’ Comments
Wednesday, October 13, 1 – 2 p.m.
In this workshop, we’ll look at ways to make the process of responding to reviewers’ comments less painful and more productive. Learn how to interpret and respond to reviewers’ comments using a simple tool.