Thursday, September 11, 2014 - 2:00pm to 3:15pm
126 Allyn Hall
When you send an email to a teacher, advisor, or administrative worker, they pay attention to how well it’s written and if the tone is polite and professional. Sending messy, sloppy, incomplete emails is a sure way to not get the help or answer you need. But how do you know if the tone is polite? How do you know the reader will respond? Join Jeannette for a workshop to learn easy guidelines for sending clear and professional emails and make a good impression on your professors and administrators.