Scholarly Writing Workshops

STEM Fellowship has developed and hosted multiple scholarly writing workshops all over Canada, through university branches.

Our workshops are aimed at university students – particularly young researchers. These workshops are not meant to be generic discussions. Our workshops emphasize the basics and ensure that workshop attendees develop a strong understanding of the topic – and then go a step further, and complement the learning experience with relevant digital tools and hands-on exercises.


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Introduction To Scholarly Writing: How To Write A Paper To Be Noticed
This workshop will focus on teaching workshop attendees the features of a strong piece of scholarly writing, what should be included in each component (Title, Abstract, Introduction, Results, Discussion) and especially, how workshop attendees can apply these elements to make their own writing stronger.

Editing 101: Learn To Be Your Own Editor
As the name of this workshop suggests, it will largely focus on editing. Workshop attendees will learn strategies to edit for flow, clarity, grammar and conciseness, through a series of hands-on exercises.

STEM Fellowship UBC’s Scholarly Writing Workshop – held on March 3rd 2017.


So far, STEM Fellowship’s scholarly writing workshops have been held at the following locations: the University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, University of Victoria, University of Calgary, and McMaster University.

If you would like further information or would like to collaborate with STEM Fellowship to help deliver these scholarly writing workshops, please get in touch with Farah and Saba.



Another view of the “Introduction To Scholarly Writing” workshop hosted by STEM Fellowship’s UBC branch.