Published: Dec. 20, 2021

Jan. 4 editor’s note: The Jan. 4–7 writing retreat has moved from in-person to Zoom, and the weekly write-in will now begin Jan. 25 (remaining in person).

Bump up your professional readiness and register for one of these seminars this spring.

Graduate student studies on lawn outside of Norlin LibraryGraduate Student Writing Retreat

Jan. 4, 5, 6, 7  8:30 a.m.–noon  Zoom
Are you a procrastinator who suffers from writing anxiety? Is writing leaving you in isolation? Join other graduate students for a writing bootcamp that will provide the time and community needed to kick-start your writing before the fall term begins. Register here.

Weekly Write-In for Grad Students

 Tuesdays starting Jan. 25  8:30 a.m.–noon  Alternating between Main Campus, CASE, E351, and East Campus, SEEC, S225 (in person)
Do you need a dedicated time and space to help you focus on your writing? Sign up to attend our weekly write-in sessions. The goal of these sessions is to promote accountability by devoting a few hours to your writing each week. Register here.

Grad+ Endurance PhD/MA Intensive Retreat

 Jan. 18, 19, 20 9–11 a.m. Zoom
Get valuable insight on accountability styles, motivation techniques and a crash course on habits. You will learn everything you need to know to drop into any Endurance PhD/MA seminar, no matter how far along you are, or just come to the retreat for general productivity skills. Register here.

Grad+ Endurance PhD/MA Weekly Seminar

Begins week of Jan. 24  Zoom or in person
This 12-week series begins the week of Jan. 24 and takes place weekly via Zoom or in person. Get valuable insight on accountability styles, motivation techniques and a crash course on habits. Register here.

Imposter Syndrome in Graduate School & Beyond

 Feb. 17 Noon–1 p.m. Zoom
Have you ever felt like an imposter? Join to discuss imposter syndrome in graduate school and beyond. Tools to help you overcome the feeling of imposter syndrome will be provided during this virtual workshop. Register here.

Mastering Your Habitual Tendencies: How to Learn More Effective Productivity Habits

 March 10 12–1 p.m. Zoom
The goal of this workshop is to understand your innate habits and skills in order to harness your instincts to be more productive and effective. Join to learn how to create more effective and efficient time management and productivity habits. Open to all graduate students and postdocs. Register here.