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Summer Motivation: Get Stuff Done while Enjoying the Season

Summer Motivation: Get Stuff Done while Enjoying the Season

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May 22, 2017

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It’s summer vacation! Your grading is finally done, your seminars have come to a close, conference season is winding down, and your slew of committee meetings are abating for awhile. You’re excited to tackle your big research and writing projects, but already feel the pull of summer sun and fun.

In this webinar, Dr. Cathy Hannabach sketches out summer motivation strategies that let you get your big writing and research projects done while also enjoying the season.

Summer Motivation: Get Stuff Done while Enjoying the Season

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