June 7, 2017
Workshop on “How to Write an Abstract” was held on 2 June, 2017 by Dr. Robert Cote, and was attended by a number of NUST MISiS researchers and engineers. Continue reading “How to Write an Abstract”?
April 24, 2017
The Academic Writing Center is organising a seminar on open Science Writing. The target group is researchers, doctoral students, and research administrative staff of the university.
A FREE seminar will be held on June 2nd, 2017.
Continue reading Free seminar on Abstract Writing for NUST MISiS Researchers on June 2nd
February 28, 2017
Public 3-Day Seminars were held at NUST “MISIS” on the topic of Academic Writing and Presenting with Impact.
Continue reading British Council’s “Researcher Connect” seminars at NUST MISiS
December 8, 2016
Prof. Elena Bazanova, the head of the Academic Writing University Center at NUST MISiS, held a master class “Development of Academic Writing Competence”, 5 December, 2016 at the Scientific Library of Siberian Federal University. Continue reading “Development of Academic Writing Competence” in the Siberian Federal University
December 1, 2016
A series of workshops were held during the International Conference November 24, 2016. The workshops aim was to develop an enhanced understanding of English written patterns, based on Anglo-American rhetorical conventions. Continue reading Workshops at the third international conference on ESP/EAP/EMI in the Context of Higher Education Internalization NUST MISiS
November 22, 2016
Pre-Conference workshops are highly individualized sessions. Workshops will take place on Thursday, November 24 at NUST MISiS. Continue reading Pre-Conference Workshops at NUST MISiS
October 1, 2016
NEICON 4th International Conference on September 24-30, 2016 was hold in Estoril, Portugal. Continue reading NEICON 4th Annual Conference
June 2, 2016
Intensive one-day workshop designed to help you to increase effectiveness in research and meet the challenges of completing a PhD was held at NUST MISiS. Continue reading Workshop: “How to be an effective researcher”
June 25, 2015
After the training, an academic writing tutor will be able to scaffold undergraduate, graduate, and PhD students to develop writing skills needed to succeed in the global academic community.
No. of hours attended: 8 academic hours (10:00 – 19:00).
The training involves both theory and practical sessions.
Continue reading Professional Development Training to become an Academic Writing Tutor