Thriving in Grad School: Being Strategic About Graduate Work
Whether you're going back to school, or coming straight from your undergraduate degree, graduate school requires a new set of skills and attitudes. This roundtable series will introduce you to some strategies and resources that will empower you to take ownership of your education and thrive in your program.
Course work, across the university, introduces graduate students to the scholarly conversations in their field, but does not always introduce the skills required to join those conversations. This workshop will offer graduate students reading, note-taking, and writing strategies that will not only aid your progress in your course work, but also help you develop good work habits that will ease your dissertation journey and beyond. Start setting yourself up for success, and thrive in course work! This workshop is the second event in the "Thriving in Grad School Series" and run by Samantha Demmerle and Cody St. Clair, WTS graduate tutors and Dissertation Writing Group facilitators.
All graduate students, at any stage or from any discipline, are encouraged to attend.