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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