Writing a Prospectus in the Social Sciences Panel Event
Whether you are just starting to think about the scope of your research project, are heading toward the May deadline for departmental submissions, or recalibrating your prospectus in the context of the pandemic, this panel is for you! The first part of the event will cover the fundamentals: what the prospectus is and other writing tips and resources. This informational introduction will be followed by a Q&A with advanced-stage graduate student panelists from various social science disciplines. These students have been through the prospectus process and will be able to speak to their experiences writing this unique document as well as the specifics of their departmental requirements. Special panel feature: The panel will conclude with an optional opportunity to speak with the panelists in small breakout rooms for the final 10-15 minutes.

Our Spring 2021 Panelists are:

- Daniel Goldstein (Political Science)
- Vanessa Bittner (Sociology) 
- Lucylle Armentano (Psychology)

Date: Tuesday, February 23rd 
Time: 4-5:30pm ET
Location: Zoom

Intended audience: Graduate students in the social sciences as well as professional school students working on prospectuses or similar projects.
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