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|Beyond Brainstorming: How to Kickstart Your Paper||Wed, Apr 5||1500-1630|
|Reading with Intent I||Wed, Apr 5||1700-1830|
|Building Better Sentences I||Thu, Apr 6||1600-1730|
|Making the Grade: How to Take Notes and Ace Tests||Fri, Apr 7||1100-1200|
All workshops in Room 151 unless marked otherwise.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (831) 656-3680.
"Warfare is a violent, intellectual contest between thinking and adapting adversaries. The team that can think better and adapt faster will win. As we prepare for operations and war with an increasingly complex set of potential adversaries, we must do more to sharpen our thinking, learn the lessons from history, and expand our minds. . . . If you find just one book on this list that challenges you as a leader, then it has been a success. . . ." -- Chief of Naval Operations, Adm. John Richardson