Spring 2013 Dissertation / Thesis Camp Presenter List

 

  • Matthew Capdevielle, Ph.D., Director of the University Writing Center. “Goal Setting and Writing Essentials.”
  • Cheri Smith, M.L.S., Science, Engineering, Social Sciences and Business Research Services Program Director, Parker Ladwig, M.L.S., Hesburgh Libraries. “How-to Get the Most From Your Literature Review.”
  • Marisha Fortner Schmidt, M.A., Physical Education and Wellness. “Optimize Your Brain Function.”
  • Shari Hill, Dissertation Editor, Graduate School. “Formatting Your Dissertation / Thesis for Publication.”
  • Eric Morgan, Digital Projects Librarian. “Digital Humanities.”
  • Kara Donnelly, University Writing Center. “Goal Setting for Success.” And “Analyzing Models.”
  • Ken Kinslow, Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery Librarian. Question and Answer session about materials services for graduate students.
  • Mimi Beck, Director for Graduate Student Life.
  • Lauren Ajamie, Electronic Resources Librarian; Monica Moore, Electronic Resources Librarian; and Lisa Welty, Librarian-in-Residence and Center for Digital Scholarship Implementation Coordinator. “Choosing the ‘write’ support: Should I use RefWorks, Mendeley or Zotero to manage my research citations and documents? Help!”
  • Natalie Meyers E-Research and VECNet Digital Librarian. “GIS and Research—Sciences or the Humanities.”
  • John (Zheng) Wang, Associate University Librarian, Digital Access, Resources and Information Technology and Lou Jordan, Interim Associate University Librarian, Research and Learning Services and Program Director, Arts and Humanities Research Services.
  • Rick Johnson, Interim Co-Program Director, Digital Library Initiatives and Scholarship - E-Research and Digital Initiatives.
  • Linda Sharp, Academic Outreach and Engagement Librarian, Copyright specialist. Marsha Stevenson, Art, Art History and Design Librarian, Copyright Specialist. “Copyright, you and avoiding plagiarism, too.”