Professional Development Seminar Series
This series provides seminars in business, management and communications skills geared to better prepare our graduate students for successful careers in academic, corporate, public and research sectors. The seminars provide graduate students with a practical knowledge of the basic professional skillsets including:
- Financial and management roles
Seminars also provide information relevant to developing multiple employment options, adaptable skills, and focused, holistic self-knowledge. Students will be sent a registration link by email.
ALL SEMINARS WILL REQUIRE REGISTRATION
Time Management for Graduate Students *REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED*
Friday, January 27, 2017
Location information provided through registration
Mike Poljak, Academic Coaching Coordinator, Academic Development
Is your new year resolution to have more time for all the things you enjoy and your graduate program? Do you often feel like there is not enough time in the day? Do you feel that you are wasting time and/or do not have enough "me" time? Are you getting things done, but wish you could do so more effectively, more efficiently, and with less stress?
The start of the new semester and new year is a great time to look inward and find out how to optimize your output and be the most efficient graduate student possible.
Everyone starts with the same amount of hours–so why do some people seem to get so much more done? An inability to manage time efficiently can leave you feeling stressed, overwhelmed, and unproductive. This workshop offers practical techniques that you can use to gain control over your day. You'll learn how to plan and prioritize more effectively while managing interruptions and distractions.
Further Information on Professional Development Seminars
Assistant Director of Graduate Student Initiatives
524 Warner Hall
5000 Forbes Avenue
Carnegie Mellon University