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Need to update your research and writing skills? Sign up for a workshop today!

Library Quick Start Tue, Jul 14 1200-1250
Thesis Quick Start Wed, Jul 15 1200-1250
Constructing Research Questions Thu, Jul 16 1000-1130
Illustrating Your Thesis with Figures and Tables Thu, Jul 16 1500-1630
Citation Management with Zotero Fri, Jul 17 1000-1150
My Glory Never Dies: The Military in Literature, Film, and Onstage. Part 1 - The Trojan War Fri, Jul 17 1300-1500
Understanding Paper Types and Prompts Sat, Jul 18 1000-1130


See workshop descriptions.

All workshops will be conducted in Zoom, and login information will be sent to registrants.

Questions? Contact us at writingcenter@nps.edu

Online:

Some in-person services we now offer include:

  • Checking out pre-requested print materials
  • Picking up print job requests

Please visit our Status page for details.

See your world through different eyes as artists throughout history provide the human context that scholars have a hard time reaching.

In “My Glory Never Dies”: the Military in Literature, Film, and Onstage, a series of five independent workshops offered on Fridays from 1300-1500, beginning Jul 17, Dr. Cheryldee Huddleston (GWC contractor and instructor) will facilitate an entertaining and thought-provoking sampler of stories that have influenced Western culture and even military policy. 

During the exceptional time we are experiencing globally and at NPS, these workshops encourage you to take a break, exercise your imagination, and build community. Join discussions that stem from your own responses, thoughts, and questions.

Faculty and staff are welcome!

Dear New Students,

Welcome to NPS!

This presentation—which is mandatory for all new students—refamiliarizes you with the norms,
purpose, and expectations of academic writing; offers survival skills; and provides a tried-and-true
writing process, whether your task is a two-page executive summary or a multi-chapter thesis.

When: Tue, Jul 14, 1500-1700

Where: Zoom. Get login information

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TLC:  Teaching and Learning Commons

Mission: Empowering cross-organizational teams as a community of practice to enhance the quality of NPS education through collaborations that create and support innovative and distinctive learning experiences.

email: TLC@nps.edu

TPO: Thesis Processing Office

Thesis Processing reviews and collects all NPS theses, dissertations, capstone reports, MBA reports, and joint applied projects. We help our students meet the NPS format and citation requirements and ensure the paper is of graduate-level quality.

email: thesisprocessingoffice@nps.edu

GWC: Graduate Writing Center

Mission: To develop the writing and critical thinking skills of NPS students for success in graduate school and as military and civilian leaders.

email: writingcenter@nps.edu