The Endurance PhD Program was developed by Leslie Ellen Blood, PhD, to address common graduate student concerns as they transition from students to scholars. This five-year accountability program teaches students how to succeed in graduate school while providing important structures to support their newfound scholastic independence. Endurance PhD is backed by best-practices curriculum and original research on habits and productivity. Sign up today and set yourself up for a lifetime of success.
Register Now for the Spring 2021 Cohort!
Registrations for the Fall 2020 seminars are now closed.
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What is this group about?
Graduate students face unique challenges when it comes to balancing multiple projects in addition to research, publishing, and teaching obligations. The dissertation process can be particularly isolating. This accountability seminar helps graduate students working on their dissertations to set goals, manage their time efficiently, and maintain good writing habits, while fostering relationships with peers across disciplines.
The goal of the seminars is to improve work efficiency and productivity while keeping each other accountable on dissertation writing goals. This seminar focuses on managing four-hour productivity blocks, accountability, and goal-setting.
How often do I attend these seminars?
Participants attend one seminar every week online via Zoom. Consistent attendance is crucial for accountability: You have to show up and report to your peers on your dissertation progress. The goal is to create a consistent group that meets weekly, rather than irregular drop-in workshops.
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More Information & Contact
For more information, please contact the Graduate Program Manager.