Science articles driving you crazy with lingo that sounds like it belongs on an episode of Star Trek?  Look no further for a solution!  A collection of MSU writing professors and scientists will be hosting a workshop to teach attendees how to scan a science article for pertinent information.  Implementing strategies to find an article that interests them, attendees will have a chance to work one-on-one with a mentor to perfect their science reading skills.  So whether you're concerned about water quality in your neighborhood, or a student preparing for a final science paper, come and learn with us!  DECODING SCIENCE: How to Read a Scientific Article Even if You're Not a Scientist will be on April 21, at 11 am
 


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    My name is Rachel Little and I am a physics undergrad at Michigan State University who loves writing!  See you at the Science Festival!

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