发布者：殳妮 发布时间：2023-08-05 浏览次数：42
Title: Effective Academic Writing in English
Abstract: Academic writing in English is perceived to be difficult especially by non-English speakers. However, the difficult parts are the research behind the article and the structure and organization of the article rather than the language. Academic articles supported by solid research can always find an outlet to publish. Motivations for research and for academic writing are discussed. The structure and organization of an academic article are emphasized. The major sections in an academic paper are outlined. Cautions and caveats are mentioned. Some techniques in word processing are also presented. You may prepare your questions to ask during or after this talk.
主讲人：Prof. Minghe Sun (Professor of Management Science and Statistics)
MINGHE SUN received a Bachelor of Science degree in metallurgy from Northeastern University, China, in 1982, an MBA degree from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1987, and a Ph.D. degree in business administration with a major in management science and information technology and a minor in operations management from the University of Georgia in 1992. He has been working at the University of Texas at San Antonio since he received his doctorate. His research interests include data mining, machine learning, data analytics, mathematical programming, supply chain management and related areas, as well as their applications. His work has appeared in almost all major journals in the management science/operations research/decision sciences area including Management Science, Operations Research, Decision Sciences, Transportation Science, INFORMS Journal on Computing, European Journal of Operational Research, Decision Support Systems, Journal of Heuristics, Omega, Annals of Operations Research, Networks, Journal of the Operational Research Society, Computers and Operations Research, among others. He received the prestigious Decision Sciences Institute Elwood S. Buffa Doctoral Dissertation Competition Award in 1993, and the Decision Sciences Institute Best Theoretical/Empirical Research Paper Award twice in 2003 and 2006, respectively. At the University of Texas at San Antonio, he teaches courses in management science/operations management and business statistics at all levels. He received the University of Texas System Chancellor's Council Outstanding Teaching Award in 1999.