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01:447:430 Effective Communication Skills in Genetics (3)

Description: Instruction and practice in effectively communicating scientific findings.  Includes preparing and revising an introduction for scientific papers, writing a research description for a general audience, and preparing and giving presentations (both oral and poster).  

Credits: 3

Prerequisites: Declared major in Genetics; must have completed one semester of Research in Genetics, Advanced Independent Study, or Genetic Counseling Rotation. Special permission number is required.

Required textbook:
Scientific Writing and Communication: Papers, Proposals, and Presentations, Angelika H. Hofmann, ISBN: 978-0195390056

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20171002.120000Mon, Oct 02, 2017 @ 12:00pm
"RNA variants in male germ cells: a new layer of developmental regulation"Genetics/Human Genetics InstituteSpeaker: Dr. Elizabeth Snyder
Dr. Elizabeth Snyder / Department of Animal Science/ Rutgers University/ New Brunswick, NJ
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20171009.203000Mon, Oct 09, 2017 @ 8:30pm
What is genetic counselingGenetics/Human Genetics InstituteSpeaker: Professor Jessica Joines
The Association of Undergraduate Geneticists Presents: The Career of Genetic Counseling
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