Women in Tertiary Education

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WITE Academic Writing Seminar - 27th April 2018 | 8.30am - 12.30am

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Overview

Women in Tertiary Education is a network which seeks to provide support for women in tertiary education concerning academic research, family-life and career balance. The network provides resources and conducts workshops and seminars (free and subsized) to support women pursuing tertiary education.

This is an initiative of Dr. Sheena Lovia Boateng, under the auspices of the PearlRichards Foundation.

 

Enquiries

  • Send questions to – Dr. Sheena Lovia Boateng [ lovia @ pearlrichards .org]

Seminar Themes

  1. Is Graduate Studies Right for Me?
  2. Academic Writing Skills
  3. Research Proposal Writing
  4. Quantitative Data Analysis
  5. Qualitative Data Analysis
  6. Getting Published in Reputable Journals
  7. Starting A PhD
  8. Sexual Harassment & Assault

 

Duration

  • Depends on the seminar, usually one day. Book Now
  • Data analysis seminars – five to ten days

Enquiries

  • Send questions to – Dr. Sheena Lovia Boateng [ lovia @ pearlrichards .org]

Seminar Themes

  1. Leading Self and Leading Others
  2. Managing Relationships
  3. Managing Family and Academics
  4. Managing Pregnancy and Academics
  5. Keeping Your Marriage Happy
  6. Managing Career and Academics
  7. Managing Church, Extra-curricula Activities and Academics

 

Duration

  • Depends on the seminar, usually one day. Check Bookings Below.

Enquiries

  • Send questions to – Dr. Sheena Lovia Boateng [ lovia @ pearlrichards .org]

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