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Research and writing workshops begin Jul 12. Sign up today!

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

Papers and Prompts Fri, Jul 12 1000-1100
Reading with Intent I: Social Sciences and Business Fri, Jul 12 1300-1430
Organization: The Secret to Clear Writing Mon, Jul 15 1000-1100
Reading with Intent II Mon, Jul 15 1300-1400
Research Quickstart Tue, Jul 16 1200-1250
Reading with Intent I: Social Sciences and Business Tue, Jul 16 1730-1900
King Hall
Mastering the Literature Review Wed, Jul 17 1000-1130
Thesis Quickstart Wed, Jul 17 1200-1250
Reading with Intent I: Social Sciences and Business Thu, Jul 18 1000-1130
Organization: The Secret to Clear Writing Thu, Jul 18 1300-1400
Building Blocks of Academic Papers Thu, Jul 18 1530-1630
Citation Management with Zotero Fri, Jul 19 1000-1150
Beyond Brainstorming Fri, Jul 19 1300-1430
Mastery Series: Grammar Fri, Jul 19

1500-1600


See workshop descriptions.

All workshops in Room 151 unless marked otherwise.

Questions? Contact us at writingcenter@nps.edu or (831) 656-3680.


NPS Faculty Publications are in the NPS Archive: Calhoun...are yours?

Let us know about your work!  Calhoun features over 12,000 published NPS faculty-authored articles, reports, conference papers and more -- so far.  Do we have your work?

  • Google Scholar mines Calhoun's content
  • Other universities want Calhoun's content
  • Dudley Knox Library handles everything-- we just need to know about your NPS work

Contact NPSCalhoun@nps.edu or call Digital Services Librarian Irene Berry (x3825) and let us get your work the visibility it deserves!

 

 

 


Special Presentation: The Richard Wesley Hamming Legacy Project

An Invitation to a Special Presentation:
The Richard Wesley Hamming Legacy Project: Richard Wesley Hamming: Man, Mathematician, and Mentor

Speaker: Dr. Martin Mandelberg (1982 NPS Alumnus), with additional commentary by Prof. Don Brutzman

A presentation on the legacy of NPS Professor Richard Wesley Hamming through interpretation of Hamming’s archives,  including the introduction of the on-line archive of Hamming materials featuring digitally remastered videos of NPS classes taught by Hamming and significant previously unavailable research findings, soon-to-be-available through the NPS Archive, Calhoun.

  • Date/Time: Thursday, 18 July 2019, 1500-1600
  • Location: NPS Reed Hall 201/202

Learn more about the Richard Wesley Hamming collection at Dudley Knox Library.

 


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