[Equal] Workshop "How to publish in peer-reviewed journals" 21.1.-23.1.2014

rahel.haymoz at gleichstellung.uzh.ch rahel.haymoz at gleichstellung.uzh.ch
Mon Nov 18 11:18:04 CET 2013

Dear Sir / Madam

The Office for Gender Equality of the University of Zurich offers a 
three-day workshop for women researchers in collaboration with Tress & 
Tress, a company specializing in trainings for academics.

Participants learn how to write up their research in a way that optimizes 
their chances of publication in peer-reviewed journals. The course 
contents are applied to the participants’ own works-in-progress during the 
three days.

The workshop takes place in English and focuses solely on publication in 
peer-reviewed journals. 

This workshop is now open to women researchers of all universities in 
Switzerland holding a PhD (discipline or faculty no issue). Participants 
have at least some experience with publishing their academic work (minimum 
requirement: currently working on their first article to be published in a 
peer-reviewed journal).

Instructor: Dr. Gunther Tress, Tress & Tress (www.tress-tress.com)

Workshop date: Tuesday January 21 – Thursday 23 January 2014, 9am – 5pm

Location:       University of Zurich
Zentrum für Weiterbildung
Schaffhauserstrasse 228 
8057 Zürich

Fee:            CHF 240.-

Registration:   Email to rahel.haymoz at gleichstellung.uzh.ch, by Friday 
December 6 2013, 5pm. First come first serve. 
Maximum 12 participants.

For more information:

It would be great if you could transmit this announcement to women in your 
institution holding a PhD. Thank you very much.

Best Regards

Rahel Haymoz
Studentische Mitarbeiterin / Projektassistenz

Do you want to know more about our workshop "How to publish in 
Universität Zürich
Rahel Haymoz
Seilergraben 49
CH-8001 Zürich

+41-44 634 29 41 Telefon
+41 44 634 43 69 Telefax

rahel.haymoz at gleichstellung.uzh.ch

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