I know that a number of you struggle with completing the thesis and the dissertation exit exams. Saint louis University will be hosting an event in the furtherance of helping to alleviate some of your anxiety. Check it out!
Event Details: 3pm, March 31st, C.S. Huh Auditorium, Center for Global Citizenship, 3672 West
Pine Mall, St. Louis, MO 63108.
Are you overwhelmed by the process of writing your dissertation? Would you like to write more efficiently? University Writing Services, part of the Student Success Center, is excited to host a
Dissertation Writing Workshop facilitated by Dr. Shawn E. Nordell, Associate Professor of Biology. Using empirical and field-tested strategies, Dr. Nordell will help dissertation writers create a clear method for meeting writing goals!
The workshop will be held in C.S. Huh Auditorium in the Center for Global Citizenship on the campus of Saint Louis University. Please consider attending and learn How to Write Your Dissertation in 30 Minutes a Day!
This workshop will also be streamed live through Fuze software. If you would like to have access to the live feed, please R.S.V.P. to Tarrell Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Dr. Shawn E. Nordell
Shawn Nordell is an Associate Professor of Biology and Senior Faculty Fellow for the Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning at Saint Louis University. She was awarded the William V. Stauder S.J. Award for Teaching in the Natural Sciences. She recently completed an award winning textbook for Oxford University Press, Animal Behavior: Concepts, Methods, and Applications and has also published numerous research articles. Her research examines communication networks in animals and student metacognition abilities and the development of successful learning strategies. In addition, she works extensively in professional development conducting workshops on course management issues, strategies for incorporating active learning in the classroom for developing and assessing critical thinking skills, and successful strategies for academic writers.