If you're a physics graduate student, it's highly likely that before you receive your degree, you'll be asked to give a talk on your research—possibly at an APS meeting, or maybe just to fellow students. And once you finally graduate, you'll undoubtedly find yourself standing behind a podium. Whatever the situation, it's going to matter that your presentation be well received and that your audience depart with a favorable impression.

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