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Communication Matters Workshop Series

Audience: Grad Students

The Communication Matters Workshop Series is sponsored by the VPGE but led by Doree Allen and Tom Freeland of the Hume Center for Writing and Speaking. This three-part workshop focuses on improving the oral communication skills you have already begun to develop as scholars and teachers and on adapting these skills to suit the range of rhetorical situations you will inevitably encounter in your careers .

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