Smart Start Skills for Adapting to Graduate School: Smart Start to Grad School Workshop Series
Participants will be exposed to skills for adapting to graduate school, setting successful goals, establishing productive relationships with professors and advisors, and finding scholarly information through the library. Basic information to get you started at CU!
This workshop series is designed to help Masters students develop concrete skills early in your graduate career related to balancing your work and social life, time management, and study skills. We will also hone skills in research and reviewing literature, assembling a way to keep track of what you read, and writing. Get a good start to graduate school--even if you started a while ago!
In these six discussion-based sessions, participants will:
--Develop essential skills for success in graduate school including time and stress management.
--Identify an informal community of other graduate students to discuss issues related to
starting graduate school.
--Gain a sophisticated familiarity with the library services that are available to support learning and research in graduate school including literature reviews, citation management, and research data skills.
--Familiarize yourself with the research landscape and scholarly communication practices of your discipline.
3:30-5PM Tuesdays in September and October
Center for Community Room N215
No sign-up is necessary and students are welcome to attend any or all of the sessions.
For more information contact Dina.Kriakova@colorado.edu
(CAPS) or Megan.Bresnahan@colorado.edu