Presentation Skills Handout

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Presentation and public speaking skills are required of all graduate students and postdoctoral scholars for success in their programs and chosen career fields. For English language learners, additional resources are available to help address the challenges of communicating in a non-native language.

Workshops

 

How to Explain Your Research to the Public: Informal Science Communication (Workshop 1)
Thursday, April 9 | 9:30-12:00pm | MU Garrison room
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How to Explain Your Research to the Public: Informal Science Communication (Workshop 2)
Thursday, April 16 | 9:30-11:30am | MU DeCarli room
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How to Explain Your Research to the Public: Informal Science Communication (Workshop 3)
Thursday, April 9 9:30-11:30am | MU Garrison room
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PhD Unlimited: "TED-worthy" Presentations
Tuesday, April 28 12:00-1:00pm | 228 Voorhies
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Presentation Skills Consultations

Schedule a Consultation

Available through partnership with the Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE), receive feedback to make your presentations more engaging and better learning experiences for your audience.

Grad Slam

Sign Up for Grad Slam

A competition to find the best three-minute research presentation given by a UC Davis graduate student. The winner of the campus-wide competition will compete in the UC system-wide competition in spring quarter!  Prizes are awarded at both competitions.

Tutoring or Language Exchange

Sign up to be a part of the Language Exchange Program

The UC Davis Language Center has program designed to help native speakers of one language find native speakers of another to help one other in language learning. Through the Tandem Exchange Program you can conduct a search available language partners on the website.  The Pal Program through the Office of Undergraduate Education, International and Academic English, pairs up UC Davis students for intercultural conversation experiences. Participants can use these sessions to practice their target language, acquire intercultural competence, explore campus, and enrich their college experience. 
 

Additional Resources for English Language Learners

 

Additional Handouts:
Success and Socialization | Writing and Publishing | Presentation Skills | Teaching and Mentoring
Leadership and Management | Professionalism and Ethics | Career Management | Wellness and Life Balance

Contact Us

  • Office Phone: 530-754-1457
  • Email: gpi@ucdavis.edu