Improve your writing in an intensive two-day workshop!
A 2-day post-conference meeting following the UNH Violence Conference in Portsmouth, NH
The workshop will be held July 18-19, 2018.
The ResilienceCon Writer’s Workshop is an opportunity to hone your scientific writing skills so that you experience more success in journal publishing, grant applications, and dissemination of your work.
Writer’s workshops have been a bedrock of support for fiction writers for many decades, but writers of nonfiction—especially scientific scholarship—have comparatively few supportive spaces to develop ideas and receive peer feedback. The ResilienceCon Writer’s Workshop will adopt the fiction writing conference model, which combines workshop opportunities to receive feedback on your own manuscript, share feedback on others’ manuscripts, and participate in sessions to develop skills needed for successful scientific writing. Although authors working on resilience or other strengths-based topics are particularly welcome, anyone working on violence or any form of adversity may participate.
Participants should be prepared to share a draft of a current scientific writing project (outlines or brief drafts are fine, upper limit is 30 double-spaced pages) in advance and commit to reading two papers of other participants before the meeting. The deadline to submit manuscripts is July 1.
We also are allowing individuals to attend the Writer’s Workshop as auditors, without bringing a manuscript. There is a discounted rate for those that wish to audit. The deadline for auditor registration is July 11.
Who Should Attend?
This intensive two-day conference is designed for researchers and scholars who want to improve their scientific writing, for advocates or policy-makers who want to become better advocates for science (through their own writing or through a deeper understanding of scientific publishing), and for those who want to write about the science of resilience and adversity for a more general audience.
Life Paths Promising Author Award
We are offering two scholarships for authors that focus on under-served or marginalized communities. The scholarships cover the cost of Writer’s Workshop registration. Eligibility is limited to current students (Undergraduate, Masters, and PhD students), post-baccalaureate fellows, and post-doctoral fellows. Scholarship winners are expected to attend the entire workshop. Click here to apply for the scholarship!
Questions? Contact Martha Dinwiddie, conference administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org