- Academic Writing Courses for Graduate Students
- Academic Grammar, Vocabulary, and Reading Courses for Graduate Students
- Community-Engaged English Language + Culture Program
- Academic Speaking and Listening Courses for Graduate Students
- Academic English Courses for International Scholars, Researchers, Faculty, Staff, and Post-Docs
- Discipline-Specific Courses for Graduate Students
- Pronunciation Courses for Graduate Students
- Counseling and Advising
This course enables PhD students* who are engaged in research-related speaking contexts as a part of their dissertation-writing process to formally present their research to a wide variety of discipline-specific and non-specialist audiences.
Participants explore common spoken genres used in academic and professional contexts such as conference presentations, poster sessions, job interviews, and the dissertation defense. They then practice these spoken genres in frequent presentations which are videotaped for review. Each participant receives extensive peer and instructor feedback and engages in regular self-evaluation as well. Integral to the course are regular one-on-one consultations with the instructor.
*Note: This course is also appropriate for Master’s students who have completed ELI 544 Academic Presentations.