GRD 728
Professional Writing & Publishing
3 credit hours
Instructor: Dr. Jennifer L. Greer at jlgreer1@uab.edu 996-6355

Created for students who seek to publish professionally, GRD 728 reviews academic writing genres, standards, and conventions. Fast-paced with text analysis and guided practice, this course covers the writing of biographic statements, conference abstracts & posters, review articles, critiques, and empirical research articles. Special emphasis is placed on peer review, self-editing, and authorship issues for successful negotiation of the publishing process.  Spring, Summer and Fall.  Pass/No Pass.

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Karen Albright squareKaren Albright, DO, MPH, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Epidemiology, found that while older adults (aged 65+) accounted for 68 percent of ischemic stroke discharges at hospitals across the U.S., they only make up approximately half of the stroke patients receiving acute treatment. Read more ...

Advocating for science policy in Washington, D.C.

c radka squareI was selected to visit Washington, D.C. to represent UAB at the three-and-a-half day AAAS CASE (Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering) Workshop. Read more for details on the workshop and tips for traveling to D.C. for such a trip.  Read more ...

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cirtl logo sq 100x10050 awardees were honored on Wednesday April 27 at the 2016 CIRTL Awards Ceremony. To prepare for careers in STEM and Social Sciences, these graduate students and postdocs from across campus have undertaken training to develop their college teaching skills through UAB’s Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning. Read more ...
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