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Business Writing and Grammar Skills

The Enterprise Center at Salem State University
121 Loring Ave | Salem, MA, 01970

October 12, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

| $250.00

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Business Writing and Grammar Skills

Friday, October 12, 2018

9 am – 3:30 pm

The Enterprise Center at Salem State University

Improve your written communication skills in one day.  Review grammar rules and guidelines, and how to polish your written documents to make them more powerful and professional.

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Agenda:

  • Topic One: Brainstorming and Outlining
  • Topic Two: Improving Your Grammar and Spelling Skills
  • Topic Three: Introductions and Conclusion
  • Topic Four: Competence, Character, and Charisma
  • Topic Five: Formatting Choices
  • Topic Six: Editing and Proofreading

NOTE: A parking permit will be emailed to all registered/paid participants shortly before the class date. 

REFUND POLICY: 100% refund before the first class meeting; 50% before the second class meeting. No refunds after the second class meeting.

In the case of a Salem State Online class, 100% refund before the scheduled start date. No refunds once the Salem State Online class begins. For all other online classes (Gatlin, Ed2go, or MindEdge) no refunds of any kind will be issued). Please call Andrea DiVirgilio at 978-542-6302 for more information

 

 

Venue

The Enterprise Center at Salem State University
121 Loring Ave
Salem, MA 01970 United States
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Presenters

Amy Smith

Associate Professor, Communications
Salem State University

Amy Smith, an associate professor at Salem State University, earned her Ph.D in Communication Studies from Bowling Green State University. Her research interests are varied and include issues of diversity in pedagogy, family communication, gender and media, and community building. In the classroom Amy uses the guiding principle of “meet them where they are” to foster meaningful relationships with students and help them achieve their highest potential. Amy regularly presents her research at the National Communication Association Annual Conference, where she also serves as reviewer and respondent to multiple divisions and interest groups. Her publications include Tracing family lines: The impact of women’s genealogy research on family communication (2012) and Family genealogy and family communication: Finding common ground (2017, Genealogy.