[Coe-grad] Workshop: Early Career Publishing in the Social & Behavioral Sciences - June 26
FSU College of Education
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Tue Jun 23 13:22:36 EDT 2015
Dr. Art Raney will lead this Friday’s “Early Career Publishing in the Social and Behavioral Sciences” workshop. The description follows:
Early Career Publishing in the Social & Behavioral Sciences Workshop: June 26, 2015, 3 PM
Presenter: Dr. Art Raney, James E. Kirk Professor of Communication & Director of Doctoral Studies
Description: If you are mystified by the process of getting publications, confused by submission requirements, or terrified of rejection, then this workshop is for you. Publishing in the social sciences has a common set of practices and procedures. Dr. Raney’s workshop will be appropriate for graduate students and postdocs in any area of the social sciences. Topics will include the publishing process, choosing a journal or conference, etiquette of responding to editors, handling rejection with your self-esteem intact, revising and resubmitting, and more.
Directions: The Honors, Scholars and Fellows House is also called the William Johnston Annex, or the “Chick Fil A building”, and is located at 127 Honors Way, Between Cawthon Hall and the Johnston Building on Landis Green. You need to enter on the east side of the building – there is an elevator that will take you to the 3rd floor or you can take the stairs. The room, 3009, is located at the top of the stairs and will have a sign.
To register: https://fsu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_40DZn20Z1KqwS3z
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