The third annual You’re in Good Company Mini-Conference for Advanced Humanities Graduate Students will take place on Tuesday, August 23. Registration is now open! Participants can look forward to these topics:
WRITING THE DISSERTATION: Learn faculty members’ suggested best practices for writing and finishing the dissertation. Get an overview of the dissertation support that’s available at the Writing Center.
TECHNOLOGY: Discover new tools for collecting and organizing research and writing. Learn about Zotero, Evernote, OneNote, Scrivener, and more.
FUNDING: Find out about grant and funding opportunities for Humanities scholars.
ADVANCED RESEARCH: Get tips on writing a research plan and using alerts to save time. Learn about subject databases, special collections, and archives.
APPS, APPS, APPS: Discover how to use your tablet and smartphone for research. Learn about BrowZine, an app for journal article management.
Lunch will be provided, and the conference will end with a wine and cheese reception. Enrollment is limited to 20 students. You can register here. If you have questions, please contact subject librarian Daria Carson-Dussan at firstname.lastname@example.org.