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  • A well-crafted story can capture people's attention. Learn the elements of any good story.
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  • This workshop will focus on techniques to overcome stage fright and anxiety, tips for preparation and other ways to improve your public speaking skills. You will learn about effective nonverbal communication and how to speak confidently and engage your audience.
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  • Practice makes the master! Our last workshop is an opportunity to share your story and make your presentation come alive. Audience members are welcome whether or not they participated in any of the other sessions.
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  • The Grad Forum provides an excellent professional development opportunity for graduate students to share their research with a broad audience of faculty, other graduate students, undergraduates, and members of the larger community. It’s also a great way to make interdisciplinary connections — and compete to win up to $500! Graduate students can participate in one of three ways: Research Poster, Panel Discussion or The Three Minute Thesis Competition. Deadline for all Grad Forum 2018 submissions: Thursday, March 15, 2018 at 1 pm For more information check our the grad forum website https://gradforum.uoregon.edu/ or contact Tori Byington byington@uoregon.edu
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  • Light refreshments will be served. Join faculty and graduate student teachers from the Classroom Dialogue Working Group to learn and practice strategies for enhancing student learning through discussion. We will consider both TEP advice and models from group members’ own teaching for how they frame—on the syllabus and early in a term—the purpose and parameters of class discussion, prepare for potentially challenging conversations, and help students learn from raw classroom exchanges. The award-winning theater troupe Rehearsals for Life will enact a scenario for the group’s analysis. This event is open to faculty and Graduate Employees. Register today! A Freedom of Expression Series Event hosted by the Graduate School, Rehearsals for Life, and the Teaching Engagement Program.
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  • Feeling stressed? Help is on the way! Drop in to pet, hang out and play with therapy dogs at the Graduate School. All graduate students are welcome. Family friendly!
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