Too many academics are given bad writing advice.
You're given it by people who don't know your disciplinary norms; you're given it by people who think that norms are rules; you're given it by average writers who don't know just how average their writing is.
This course is designed to help you better understand the techniques and patterns in your writing, so that you can make deliberate, intentional choices about how you want to convey your research. You can apply your learning from this course to your next article manuscript, monograph, grant application, tenure dossier, or op-ed.
Whether you're new to graduate school or going up for promotion to full, the quality of your writing matters. If you want it to be read, understood, cited, and funded, this course is for you.