You’ve worked all year on your thesis and have important information to share with the world beyond campus. How do you communicate your findings to a non-academic audience? This workshop will help you boil down your argument and identify your most important (and realistic) recommendations for practitioners and policymakers who care about your subject. Open to all, the workshop will be especially useful to seniors submitting their thesis for CBLI’s Dean Hank Dobin Prize in Community-Based Independent Work, which requires a short report for a public or nonprofit partner.
Workshop leaders include Alex Kasdin ’14, Trisha Thorme (Community-Based Learning Initiative), and Amanda Irwin Wilkins (Writing Program).
Thursday, April 21
12:00pm - 1:15pm
36 University Place, Room 330
Lunch will be provided.