Dr. Vernetta Williams to Headline Dissertation Workshop at UFRelease Date: February 22 2019
The UF Graduate School’s Division of Graduate Student Affairs invites you to a dissertation writing workshop:
First Things First:
Selecting a Thesis That Reflects the Scope of Your Work
Vernetta K. Williams, PhD
Writing coach and consultant, editor, speaker, and trainer
Thursday, February 28, 2019
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
170 Pugh Hall
Click this link for map: Pugh Hall Location
Click on this link to register: RSVP via GIMS
This workshop provides strategies for composing the ideal thesis for a specific document (for example, central argument, main position, hypothesis) and overall research agenda, along with a compete thesis creation/refinement worksheet.
Over Dr. Williams’ tenure of more than 15 years in higher education, she has taught composition and literature classes in online and traditional formats; administered educational programs and multimillion-dollar educational grants; developed curriculum and training materials; and chaired an academic department at the college level. Through Chrysalis Consulting, she has produced numerous published authors, assisted students in becoming admitted into undergraduate and graduate degree programs, and facilitated the earning of degrees among master’s and doctoral students.
Click on this link for a PDF file of this workshop's wroksheet: Cultivate the Writer
To learn more about Dr. Williams, click on this link: Meet Dr. V
Questions? Email the UF Division of Graduate Student Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.