Location: Link Lab Arena (2nd floor Olsson)
Add to Calendar 2019-11-04T15:00:00 2019-11-04T16:30:00 America/New_York Writing Abstracts for Engineering Research Join us for an interactive presentation on writing abstracts for engineering research. The first half of the workshop will focus on the structure of abstracts while the second half will give participants an opportunity to apply the concepts to their own work. Participants will have an opportunity to work on their own abstracts at the workshop and should bring their work accordingly.  To get the most out of the event, please bring an abstract from your field (your own writing &/or a sample from published work). Link Lab Arena (2nd floor Olsson) RSVP To This Event

Join us for an interactive presentation on writing abstracts for engineering research. The first half of the workshop will focus on the structure of abstracts while the second half will give participants an opportunity to apply the concepts to their own work. Participants will have an opportunity to work on their own abstracts at the workshop and should bring their work accordingly. 

To get the most out of the event, please bring an abstract from your field (your own writing &/or a sample from published work).

Register online at https://virginia.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2fBKbeWQvlcx1B3 

About the presenter. Mahmoud Abdi Tabari is a lecturer in Applied Linguistics and Writing Pedagogy in the Center of American English Language and Culture at the University of Virginia. He has been teaching a variety of writing courses to domestic and multilingual learners in different contexts for more than 16 years. He also served as the assistant director of international composition program in the English department at Oklahoma State University (OSU) and worked as the professional writing adviser in the OSU Writing center. His research interests include task-based language teaching, second language writing, and second language acquisition. He has published in major journals in the fields of Applied Linguistics and Second Language Writing, and has frequently presented at major conferences.       

 

cosponsored by the Graduate Writing Lab & the Link Lab/NRT