Mon, Oct 18|
The Namesake Project
October 18th, 19th, 20th, 25th, 26th | 5pm-6pm FREE RESEARCH WORKSHOP available for all Tulsa Public School students (grades 9-12), lead by Dr. Nick Alexandrov of Tri-City Collective. This project seeks to publish young authors through a series of free workshops (October, November, & December).
Time & Location
Oct 18, 2021, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM CDT
The Namesake Project provides students the opportunity to research their school and/or community “namesake(s)” and origins as a catalyst for creating a piece of critical, place-based writing. The Namesake Project finalist will be published in an anthology, offering greater visibility and validation to teens who are committed to building their writing skills.
This workshop is available for all Tulsa Public Schools students in grades 9-12. Dr. Nick Alexandrov, a member of the Tri-City collective, will lead the workshop.
This work shop will cover basic, intermediate, and advanced research techniques -- everything from how to craft an effective Google search, to hot to navigate complex online databases.
Where & When
This course will be conducted virtually over Zoom. Each session will run from 5 pm - 6 pm. There will be five sessions:
- Monday October 18th
- Tuesday October 19th
- Wednesday October 20th
- Monday October 25th, and
- Tuesday October 26th
This course is one of 3 workshops that will be held this fall. Stay in touch to hear more about the Namesake workshops we will hold in November and December.
Research skills are essential for academic success--and for college and career readiness.
Interested students can register below.