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Dissertation and Thesis Workshop 10-19-12
by Dr. Ingrid Buch-Wagler - Friday, October 19, 2012, 08:39 AM

"Dissertation & Thesis
Street Smarts

The Workshop for this afternoon is now filled to capacity, and we are no longer enrolling new participants. The workshop will be available again at a later date to be announced.

Trinity's workshop for "Dissertation & Thesis Street Smarts" has helped so many students through the writing process for their dissertations and major writing projects we have been flooded with requests to offer it again. The Workshop will be presented at 1:00 CST on Friday, October 19th. You may still sign up for this Workshop in the morning before the Workshop begins in the afternoon, no prior preparation is required. Please take advantage of this valuable chance to work on your writing skills while it is being offered.

Trinity Workshops are non-credit, no textbooks-no assignment presentations that allow you to learn and interact on a particular subject through Trinity's internet based video conferencing software. Those who have taken Trinity workshops tell us they have been given an invaluable tool and and the chance to sharpen their skills and their focus in a particular area. We hope that you will take advantage of the additional date and sign up for this Workshop.

Dissertation & Thesis Street Smarts: Workshop 1-4 CDT 10-19-12 with Dr. Ingrid Buch-Wagler

Practical guidance and timely advice for how to work efficiently, effectively, and expertly to complete your dissertation/thesis in less time despite your already busy life.

Helping you work “smarter not harder”, Dr. Buch-Wagler, who is a Trinity graduate and program director, knows how to accelerate your successful journey through the dissertation or thesis process from both a student’s and an administrator’s perspective.

This workshop will guide you through the writing maze by helping you set goals, find solutions, and work “smart”. Everything from getting started, to the main reasons your proposal or subsequent chapters don’t get approved, to how to avoid the most common Turabian errors will be discussed. The online format will allow you to interact in real time and get answers to your questions about the process.

This Workshop is a non-credit, no books or homework internet-based video discussion, with time for interactive phone conversations and personalized help after the main session. You will also get a letter of completion when the workshop is over. For a cost of only $75.00 for this workshop, spots will fill up quickly, so contact Beth Burden at 812-853-0611 (or email at bburden@trinitysem.edu) to reserve your spot now. Or, you may sign up using our secure server:


(Edited by Hannah Williams - original submission Thursday, October 11, 2012, 09:12 AM)

(Edited by Hannah Williams - original submission Friday, October 19, 2012, 08:38 AM)