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Workshop to teach how to give presentations

Developing professional skills is an essential component of a graduate student's career. Whether it's speaking at a conference, learning how to network with other academics, or preparing the first vitae, there may be some essential skills that are not taught in traditional curriculum. Each semester the Toulouse Graduate School presents numerous professional development workshops for graduate students to give them the most comprehensive training in research, teaching, career preparation and other topics.

This fall, Michael Gibson will be presenting one of the workshops, “How not 2 suck at presenting” at 3 p.m. Nov. 6, in Curry Hall, room 203. 

At the workshop, participants will learn about:

  • Bad presentations can kill good ideas, so the best way to prevent that is to prepare.
  • Ways to build an engaging, informative and well organized presentation using PowerPoint as a tool instead of a crutch.
  • Tips to ease yourself into making a presentation – even if it’s not your favorite thing to do.

The presentation is open to anyone, with online registration requested.

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Posted on: Mon 04 November 2013

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