Aviva Legatt, Associate Director
Communication Advisory Board, Student Advisors
Alex Fishman W'12 and Sachi Sobti W'12, Co-chairs
Communication Workshops are non-credit seminars for undergraduates that help develop and enhance oral presentation and written communication skills.
In fall semester, workshops begin the week you return from fall break (10/10), and end the week before Thanksgiving (11/14).
Please see below for course descriptions and click the timeline for detailed scheduling information.
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WH191: ORAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS SEMINAR
Would you like to improve your oral presentation skills?
WH 191 is a six-session oral presentation skill-building seminar led by Wharton Communication Program Omnicom Fellows. Seminar participants develop the competencies required to deliver effective presentations. Each participant will receive individual coaching and feedback on his/her presentation skills.
WH 192: BUSINESS WRITING SKILLS SEMINAR
Would you like to improve your business writing skills?
WH 192 is a six-session business writing seminar led by a Wharton Communication Program Omnicom Fellow. In this seminar, you will learn to articulate your thoughts, express ideas concisely and logically, deliver compelling messages with persuasive writing, and provide critique to peers. You will also receive one-to-one coaching and continuous feedback.
Participants should expect approximately 30 minutes/week of preparation.
WH193: ADVANCED ORAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS SEMINAR
Ready to take your presentation skils the next level?
WH 193-301 is a six-session advanced oral communication seminar led by a Wharton Communication Program Omnicom Fellow. This course is intended to build on skills developed in WH 191. In WH 193, you will learn to deliver focused presentations, think on your feet, and use visual aids appropriately. You will also receive one-to-one coaching and continuous feedback.