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GPLL10 - Graduate School Success: How to Make the Most of Your Education

New graduate students are often surprised at how different studying at the graduate level can be, and are faced with some new challenges as a result. Attend this session to learn what it takes to be a successful graduate student and gain strategies to effectively accomplish your goals.

Learning Objectives

In this workshop, student will learn:
1- To understand how grad studies are different from undergrad and to identify the major issues affecting grad students and learn strategies to manage them (e.g. stress, motivation, balancing obligations, isolation)
2- To develop awareness of resources for grad students
3- To network effectively and develop positive relations within the graduate community (students, faculty and staff)

Leaders Information

This workshop will be led by Monica Boulos, from the Student Success Centre and Laura Mitchell, Ph.D., Director, Student Success Centre.

Laura Mitchell completed her Ph.D. in 2004 in the area of psychological management of physical pain, and was a Psychology Professor for 12 years in both Scotland and Canada. In 2015 she became the Director of the new Student Success Centre at Concordia, and continues to teach in the Centre's University Skills for Success courses.

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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