The Center for Ethics in Society is partnering with The Conversation to conduct a day-long workshop on February 9 for graduate students on how to write for a broader audience.
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Workshop participants will learn how to frame their work to be accessible and compelling to non-academics, and will have time during the workshop to begin writing a draft article. The workshop is open to graduate students from all disciplines and schools. Applicants' research should address or illuminate issues of ethics in public life. Space is limited to 20. The workshop will take place on Friday, February 9 from 9am-3pm.
Applications due Wednesday, January 10.