Public Speaking by Activate to Captivate
Based on acting fundamentals, participants will practice the techniques that top speakers utilize to craft dynamic and compelling presentations. In eight sessions participants will learn:

- How to overcome self-consciousness

- Turn passive presentations into active ones

- Use vocal variety to breathe life into a performance

Proven effective, these techniques are a valuable asset in meetings, job interviews and research presentations. The communication certificate program, designed specifically for non-actors, is open to graduate students and postdoctoral scholars.

There are two sections of the certificate program planned for winter quarter 2018. The program will take place in the Graduate Resource Center (GRC) on Tuesdays from January 16 — March 6 from 12:30-2:30pm and on Thursdays from January 18 — March 15 from 10am-12pm (no class on March 1).

The instructor, Bri McWhorter has a MFA in Acting from UC Irvine, a BA in Theater from UC Berkeley and is the founder of the communications company, Activate to Captivate. She is the presentation coach for UC Irvine’s Grad Slam, AGS Symposium, and the GPS-BIOMED Pitch competition.

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