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Date:         Thu, 20 Jan 2011 14:53:39 +0000
Sender:       Graduate School <GRAD-SCHOOL@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         UGA Graduate School <grad-sch@UGA.EDU>
Subject:      Professional Development Seminar: Demystifying Dissertation
              Writing
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Graduate School Professional Development Seminar Demystifying Dissertation Writing Date: January 26, 1011 Time: 3:30pm to 4:30pm Location: Miller Learning Center, Room 350 Register to attend: http://www.surveymk.com/s/GS012611 Seminar Description:

This seminar will present an overall strategy for thesis and dissertation writing developed by Dr. Peg Single and described in her book Demystifying Dissertation Writing. Insights from this strategy should be beneficial for anyone who is at any step in the writing of this most important document, whether they are at the planning stage, have begun writing, or are anywhere in between. Your Speaker: David Knauft, Associate Dean of the Graduate School David A. Knauft is Associate Dean of the Graduate School. He has a B.S. degree in botany from the University of Wisconsin and a Ph.D. in plant breeding from Cornell University. Dr. Knauft taught and conducted plant breeding research at the University of Florida. He served as head of the Crop Science Department at North Carolina State University and came to UGA as associate dean for academic affairs in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. He joined the UGA Horticulture Department as the Michael A. Dirr Professor, conducting ornamental plant breeding, teaching several courses, and serving an active role in service learning. Two years ago, he re-entered administration in his current position

Please Judy Milton, jmilton@uga.edu<mailto:jmilton@uga.edu>, with any questions.

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