Our first colloquium for First Year Arnhold Fellows will be Friday, January 26th from 3-5pm in Music 1410. The colloquium, Choosing and Developing a Research Question, will address how to develop a strong research question, the best practices and approaches to starting a project, and general information on research. Food will be served!
The Arnhold end-of-year showcase was a great success! First Year Arnhold Fellows presented their work in poster-session format to a large audience of faculty members, graduate students, and their peers. Read on for photos!
A panel consisting of one professor and two graduate students will discuss how to utilize your English skills in careers outside of academia. We will discuss a number of options and paths that you can take after graduation. Food and drinks will be served! This is the final Arnhold Colloquium of the year.
At this colloquium, each Arnhold Fellow will share the current results of his or her project. Each Fellow should prepare a two-minute presentation that summarizes their project, their findings, and how they will present it publicly. Snacks will be served!
As preparation for the Spring Arnhold Research Showcase, this colloquium will focus on how to assemble an effective poster on literary research and how to present it in public. Second year Arnhold Fellows and graduate students will discuss types of visual material that you can include (maps and visualizations, text, photographic material, paintings, etc.), different formats … Continue reading Colloquium: “Resources for Research” Friday, April 25, 1-3 pm, SH 2635
Our first colloquium of Spring quarter, featuring a graduate student panel. Food will be served!
This colloquium will feature presentations by Jane Faulkner, the English and French librarian at UCSB, Jeremy Douglass, English faculty, and Nissa Cannon, a graduate student. Food will be served!