This semester, the AWC presented a new course led by an international specialist in academic writing.
We have noticed that many colleagues who attend courses and workshops at the Academic Writing Center are so inspired by this experience that they tend to come back again and again. As we value the loyalty of our visitors and take keen interest in their progress, we constantly update our programs and offer new courses.
Although it has been some time since the advent of artificial intelligence, the interest in AI tools seems to be growing stronger by the day. Therefore, the AWC continues exploring the topic of AI tools and their application in research writing.
On November 16-18 the National Writing Centres Consortium held its fifth international conference “TESOL Contexts: Global Practices of Teaching Academic Writing,” which gathered writing professionals from 8 countries.
Every semester the Academic Writing Center offers new programs to HSE researchers. However, there are also courses that have been on our curriculum for some time and that still attract applicants and receive favorable feedback.
In the modern age of online communication, we value every opportunity to meet face-to-face, interact with colleagues, exchange ideas, and enjoy good vibes.
We often hear about a “personal brand,” but what exactly does this term stand for? Is it being well-known, owning a popular social media page, or being a respected authority? How would a researcher benefit from a personal brand? How should one create and maintain it in academia?