Tufts University – Graduate Lab Reports: How to Leverage Your Career and Influence

February 21, 2024 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm America/New York Timezone
Tufts University (Curtis Hall) and Zoom
474 Boston Ave

Education Society, Signal Processing Society and Women in Engineering are co-sponsoring: 


Graduate Lab Reports–How to Leverage Your Career and Influence, by Professor Ron Lasser, PhD


Information and Registration


All Tufts graduate students and postdocs are welcome to attend this Tufts Engineering Professional Development Workshop taught by Professor of the Practice Ron Lasser. Writing lab reports is a straightforward and structured procedure. Simple, right? Not exactly. Academic and industrial lab reports are written from different perspectives and targeted to very different audiences. While each part of a lab report is important — title, abstract, introduction, methods and materials, results, discussion, conclusion, and references — what professors want differs greatly from a manager or an executive in industry. Learn to write for success and career growth after graduation. 

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