You have very limited space to convince the reader that your work is worth reading and that your results are relevant.
As we have established, it is a helpful tool for the reader to get an overview of the whole paper as early as possible. So, it would not be logical to put it at the end, right?When she is not studying, she can be found testing new vegetarian recipes, drinking coffee on her porch, and hiking in the woods with her dogs Samson and Jack London. She recently just completed her first year in the English M. She currently teaches freshman composition while attending graduate school. Some of her current research interests include rhetoric, composition, literacy, and linguistics.Upon completion of her MA, Hannah plans on pursuing her Ph. When she is not willfully indulging in her studies, she enjoys coffee and reading, watching movies with her husband, being outside, and spending time with her family and friends.Students interested in presenting their creative works in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction as well as research and development papers in English disciplines (literature, linguistics, literacy, composition, and rhetoric) are encouraged to submit abstracts for consideration.Multimedia presentations are welcome, but you must include what technology you will need for your presentation in your submission. studying the use of animals as representations for marginalized groups, specifically women of color. You write an abstract to give a brief account of the most important information relating to the research background, structure, method, data analysis, and results of your research paper.The abstract should not create suspense: Making it very clear early on what your results are will help the reader evaluate the relevance of your paper.In addition to her studies, she serves as EGSC President, Assistant Director of the ESL Support Services, and a literature teaching associate. Hannah Duran grew up in small town Cottonwood before moving to Chico in order to attend Chico State University.Upon completion of her master’s, she hopes to further pursue her scholarly interests by earning a Ph D. in English in May of 2017 from Whittier College where she also played water polo for four years. There she received her BA in English Studies with a minor in Linguistics.Our goals for the 2018–2019 academic year are: The EGSC Fall Symposium is a scholastic forum where English graduate and undergraduate students from any CSU can present their creative manuscripts or their research and writing in the fields of literature and composition.The EGSC Symposium is a dynamic, creative event that facilitates scholarly discourse and is helpful for students who seek to further their education after Chico by adding to their professional resume.