Graduate Research Forum: Autumn West and Niki Turnipseed (10/30)

Date

10/26/20

Graduate Research Forums (GRF) are going digital! On Friday, Oct. 30th at 3.00p PhD candidate in education Autumn West and PhD candidate in English Niki Turnipseed will be presenting their GRF talks based upon their dissertation research.

Each presenter will deliver an individual 30-35m talk, after which we'll have 20 or so minutes for Q&A.

As a reminder, CWS GRF talks are prepared and delivered by advanced CWS graduate students. GRF talks are also necessary prerequisites for those grads earning writing studies concentrations with their degrees.

See the event fliers below, and please e-mail lpmiddl2@illinois.edu for Zoom meeting information.

 
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