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Writing to Completion

Grad students: Have you struggled with harnessing the time, motivation, or focus to turn your research and ideas into a finished written product? During this graduate skills workshop we will discuss effective techniques you can employ starting today toward the process of writing more productively.

Quick Bytes: Mentoring in Research - Skills for Mentoring Others

Are you taking on a mentoring role in your research group? Of undergrads, high school students, or other grad students? By choice or by default? Do you want to develop skills to be an effective and relaxed mentor?  This workshop will give you practical advice and opportunities to practice laying the groundwork for a happy and productive mentoring relationship.

Helen Doyle, director of education, VPGE

Ignite: The Power of Motivation: Session 3

Motivation is often misunderstood as a force driven by a system of rewards and punishments. However, the latest research shows it's much more dependent on cultivating meaning, purpose, task mastery, and freedom of choice. In this course students will uncover the keys inside themselves to ignite the power of their motivation at school and their life.

Open to all current Stanford graduate students, space is limited.

Ignite: The Power of Motivation: Session 2

Motivation is often misunderstood as a force driven by a system of rewards and punishments. However, the latest research shows it's much more dependent on cultivating meaning, purpose, task mastery, and freedom of choice. In this course students will uncover the keys inside themselves to ignite the power of their motivation at school and their life.

Open to all current Stanford graduate students, space is limited.

Ignite: The Power of Motivation: Session 1

Motivation is often misunderstood as a force driven by a system of rewards and punishments. However, the latest research shows it's much more dependent on cultivating meaning, purpose, task mastery, and freedom of choice. In this course students will uncover the keys inside themselves to ignite the power of their motivation at school and their life.

Open to all current Stanford graduate students, space is limited.

Ignite: The Power of Motivation: Deadline

Motivation is often misunderstood as a force driven by a system of rewards and punishments. However, the latest research shows it's much more dependent on cultivating meaning, purpose, task mastery, and freedom of choice. In this course students will uncover the keys inside themselves to ignite the power of their motivation at school and their life.

Open to all current Stanford graduate students, space is limited.

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