Maximizing Productivity During Graduate School: Project Planning: Getting Your Research, Thesis, or Dissertation Done  (a part of GRADReCon: Graduate Research Connections)

Maximizing Productivity During Graduate School: Project Planning: Getting Your Research, Thesis, or Dissertation Done  (a part of GRADReCon: Graduate Research Connections)

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Thu, 29 Oct 2020

2:45 PM – 3:40 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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Learning Services and Graduate Student Life present “Maximizing Productivity during Graduate School,” a workshop series designed specifically for Mason graduate students. We know you have limited time and are balancing school along with multiple life commitments. In these workshops, learn how to make the most of the time and energy you have while working toward your graduate degree.

This session will provide you with strategies for managing large projects such as research projects, community service events, and dissertations. Learn how to define the scope of your project, identify resources, create a timeline, and keep everything organized.



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Vicki Dominick
Co-hosted with: Learning Services

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