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Tired of doing all the work in your groups? FREE Crash Course on Collaboration!


Tired of doing all the work in your groups? Don't know how to tell someone to stop slacking off? Want more experience for your resumé and CV?

If you answered yes to any of the above, then we would like to invite you to the FREE Crash Course on Collaboration!

Come learn how to:
-- Identify your team's strengths and weaknesses
-- Leverage your group's diversity to achieve optimal results
-- Communicate effectively and efficiently with your group
-- Articulate your new-found collaborative skills to employers

We are a group of researchers offering a crash-course on collaboration to all UW undergraduate students. The course consists of workshops, expert guest speakers, and the chance to network with some of the brightest minds the university has to offer. We'll also be providing breakfast, lunch, and dinner to anyone who registers by December 13th!

When: January 16, 2016, 9:30am to 5:30pm, followed by a reception
Where: Environment 3
Register (and get more info)

The Collaboration Crash Course Team


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