March 24, 2020, NUST MISiS, MOSCOW
Academic Writing Center welcomes researchers, professors, graduate and undergraduate students to the seminar “Common errors by Russian authors in English research papers”. Continue reading Seminar: Common errors by Russian authors in English research papers
May 10, 2017
On April 29th, 2017, AWUC organized a seminar on “Public Speaking: Science or Art?” delivered by Alexey Pronushin, Director of the company “Public Man”. Continue reading Interactive Seminar “Public Speaking: Science or Art?” on April 29th, 2017
April 11, 2017
Even the most eloquent and charismatic speakers often wish they had better public speaking skills. The Academic Writing Office invites you to take part in the Interactive seminar “Public Speaking: Science or Art?” on the April 29, 2017. The interactive seminar aims to build confidence and reduce the fear of speaking in public during conferences, in the lecture hall, at meetings, or just impromptu situations.
Continue reading Interactive Seminar “Public Speaking: Science or Art?” on April 29th
January 25, 2017
This 90-minutes seminar will be focused on practical work with the information platform Web of Science, a key base of Web of Science, Core Collection of data, analytical reports of Journal Citation Reports and the most commonly asked questions on using EndNote Online manager. Continue reading Open seminar for Researchers “Web of Science: Basic Search and Navigation”, January 31
December 22, 2016
The course aims to help NUST “MISiS” students, researchers, and faculty members improve their academic writing skills in Russian. The course will take place at NUST «MISIS» and be taught in Russian. Continue reading Program for Researchers: “Russian Academic Discourse: Structuring papers for international publication”
April 29, 2016
The seminar for teachers of Modern Languages and Communication Department was held on Friday the 29th of April, 2016 in the English case of the Mining Institute. Continue reading Seminar for teachers of Modern Languages and Communication Department
1 December, 2015
The seminar was hold in three different universities: Higher School of Economics, NUST MISiS, and New Economic School in Skolkovo.
The participants from more then 23 Russian cities shared their experience and best practices aimed to develop and sustain academic writing centers.
They also discussed issues concerning training of tutors and creating a network of writing center in Russia.
Continue reading Establishing Effective Writing Centers: Goals, Methods, and Structure