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Effectively Coping with Writing Anxiety and Procrastination:
Support for Students Writing Proposals, Comps, Articles, Theses,
Quals, and Dissertations

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

11 a.m. – 12 noon

 

Please join Alison Miller, PhD, owner of The Dissertation Coach to learn a fresh approach to effectively cope with writing anxiety and procrastination. Participants will learn specific skills, tactics, approaches, and mindsets they can use to work more effectively, increase productivity, and be better able to focus, concentrate, and get meaningful work done on a day-to-day basis.

 

Students who participate in this workshop will have the opportunity to participate in a 2-hour virtual writing retreat facilitated by Dr. Miller immediately following the workshop (Zoom link will be provided during the workshop). Students who wish to participate in the writing retreat should come prepared with a research/writing activity. In this writing retreat, students will be supported to practice what they learned in the workshop.

 

This workshop is part of the Summer 2020 Graduate Professional Development (PD) Series:  “Managing Stress and Anxiety as a Graduate Student” brought to you by UF’s Office of Graduate Professional Development.

 

To save your seat for this workshops, register online via GIMS (Graduate Information Management System) by clicking this link: Log on to GIMS. If you are not a graduate student and wish to attend, please email the Office of Graduate Professional Development (OGPD). All are welcome!

 

Zoom link and password will be sent 24 hours before the workshop.

 

Questions? Contact Amanda Catron, Office of Graduate Professional Development.

Health Science Center Library Offers Workshops to Expand Your Research Toolkit

 

The Health Science Center Library is offering online workshops this semester through Zoom, independent of registered coursework and open to all. The full schedule is listed below and can also be viewed here. Links to the Zoom meetings for each workshop are available in the workshop descriptions.