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    Scientific Courses at NUST MISiS (Fall-2017)Master the craft of academic writing and research. The courses are intended for a wide-range of academic audience from graduate to postgraduate students, from novice to mature researchers whose first, or native, language i
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News, NUST MISiSawuc-scientific-learning Back to Learning After the Holidays

January 17, 2018
This week we return to the to the usual working schedule. Writing in the Sciences Classes are held on evenings on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the AWUC lecture room G-589.

Our primary mission is to help NUST MISiS graduate and doctoral students become stronger, more confident writers by developing healthy writing process, metacognitive awareness, and a broad repertoire of writing strategies. Continue reading

News, NUST MISiS New books in Academic Writing University Center Library

January 11, 2018

New books on Academic writing, Presentation Skills, and Research writing techniques have arrived in our library. Continue reading

News, NUST MISiS Happy New Year!

We are at the ending point of this year. Continue reading

Global News, News Sorry for the Late Reply: How to Apologize for a Delayed Response

You don’t always respond to emails right away. In fact, sometimes you put them off until the next day, the next week, or—downcast gaze—the next month. At some point the calculus shifts from “Can I somehow compose an email that justifies my glacially slow response-time?” to “Would it be easier to just fake my death instead?” Continue reading

Global News, News- Bored reading science? Let’s change how scientists write

January 15, 2018
As research scientists, we read a lot of scientific papers. But it may surprise you to learn that a lot of the time we – yes, we scientists – don’t understand what we’re reading, or we’re too bored to remember what we’ve just read. Continue reading

Global News, News Writing a PhD in your second language: 7 reasons you’re doing great and 5 ways to do even better

December 28, 2017

Students who don’t speak English as their first language are often very worried about writing an 80-100,000 word thesis. And many supervisors are also worried about the writing of their ESL PhD candidates. Continue reading