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ETHOS is hosting a Master Thesis workshop
June 16, 2021 @ 14:00 - 16:00
On June 16th, ETHOS Lab is hosting a Thesis Fest where you along with other MSc students have the possibility to reflect on previous master theses as well as workshop a section of your own thesis draft.
Postdoc. Michael Hockenhull, ETHOS Lab Manager Merethe R. Gjørding, and Lab TA Casper Frohn will facilitate and provide perspectives on how to structure your work and argumentation.
If you have prolonged your master thesis, this event is for you!
Prior to the event, you will receive a master thesis to glance through beforehand, which will serve as a point of departure in group discussions.
For the event, you should bring a section (max 4 pages) from your own thesis that you would like to workshop. It might be a section that is giving you some trouble, and there are no requirements on how far you are with this section.
If the weather is good, we’ll be outside by the canal next to ITU. If not, we’ll gather indoors at ITU (room tba). Snacks are of course provided!
Program for the event:
- 14-14.10 Intro
- 14.10-14.50 Group reflections on the previous thesis (a worksheet will be provided
- 16.00-15.30 Workshop your own section
- 15.30-16.00 Collective discussion on how to structure thesis writing
- It is possible to hang out afterwards and stay with the reflections together
Sign up by writing to Lab TA Casper Frohn on firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday June 12th at 12.00. If you miss the deadline, write an email anyway and then we’ll see.
We hope to see you there and look forward to be in conversation with you!