Instructor: Jean Kollantai, MSW
Dates: March 11, 18, 25, April 1, 8, 15, 22 (Saturdays)
4th Building, floor 5, room 520
Course members should already have an intermediate level of English. The course lectures, discussions, materials, and assignments will be entirely in English (without translation).
Those who take the course should have an intention to publish an article in English in their field in an academic journal that is listed on Scopus or Web of Science after taking the course (but a current project is not required).
There will be some weekly work at home, at least one consultation with the instructor, and a final presentation. Attendance at every session is required.
The course is open to faculty and laboratory members and graduate students. Seats are limited to 20. (If necessary, priority for enrollment will be given to new course members and those working in laboratories, centres, and joint Russian-international educational programmes.)
Those who meet the course participation standards will be eligible for a certificate of completion from IDE.
To register you must:
1. Send an email with your surname, name, position and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org (use subject line: AWFP), by March 1 or sooner.
2. Come for a short meeting with Jean about your research interests and interest in the course by Friday, March 3.
Contact for questions: 8-913-809-6304, email@example.com (Julia Kirilenko)