Perils in the Peer Review Process & What You Can Do About Them
Who Should Attend
Designed for students at all stages of doctoral training.
In this workshop we review strategies designed to help students at all stages of doctoral training publish research articles in social, behavioral, and policy science journals. Topics covered include developing an overall game-plan, learning what editors and reviewers are looking for, developing critical skills, avoiding common pitfalls, negotiating co-authorship, and overcoming challenges in multidisciplinary research.
Merril Silverstein, Professor of Longitudinal Studies, Leonard Davis School of Gerontology
One 2 hour session.
March 21, 2012 | 12:00 – 2:00 PM | Location: Ronald Tutor Hall, RTH 526, UPC
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