Becoming More Productive: Workflow Strategies for Grad Students
Note new date! Location: Bioscience Library Training Room, 2101 VLSB.
Description: In this workshop, graduate students from the Life and Health Sciences will present a range of strategies and tools for gathering, organizing, and synthesizing all your information and data for your research and teaching. Come learn to be more productive!
MBA MPH student
Patrick was CEO at Conscious Box, a $7.7MM online retail startup that sold natural and organic products. During this time, he developed a framework to prioritize and execute his most important tasks first. Subsequently, as a grad student doing two masters programs, he refined his framework to balance coursework, recruiting, and relationships.
PhD Candidate in Integrative Biology
Ana is a rising 4th year PhD Candidate in Integrative Biology—with a Designated Emphasis in Computational Biology—as well as an NSF GRFP fellow. Covering a range of topics, central to functioning as both a researcher and GSI, Ana will share methods that she uses to: organize her own “semester plans,” keep an electronic lab notebook, keep updated on literature in her field, organize reading material for a qualifying exam, recruit well-matched URAP students, manage URAP students’ schedules, and generate discussion section materials for GSI appointments.
Student in Online MPH program
Riya juggles life with several part-time jobs, her own business, several volunteer roles, and a family with kids in college and high school. Riya will share some of her favorite tools and techniques for not just managing data and working with colleagues, but in saving time and staying productive.
Please, no food or drink in the Training Room. Registration is suggested, but NOT required - all are welcome to attend.
Related LibGuide: Becoming More Productive by Becky Miller