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Cambridge Language Sciences

Interdisciplinary Research Centre

Have you ever wondered where all the time went? Do you feel stressed because you feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day to do everything you want to do? Do you procrastinate? If your answer is “yes” to at least one of these questions, then we highly recommend that you register for our upcoming workshop on time management.

The next PhD Clinic workshop will focus on improving your time managing skills. It will be very interactive, and Polly Brown from the University Counselling Service will be guiding us throughout. She will help us to identify unhelpful thought patterns and behaviour that lead to poor time management (e.g. fears, perfectionism, procrastination). From there, we will identify strategies that can help us change these unhelpful ways of thinking and behaving, and how to actually implement them. We will finish with an open discussion/Q&A. In other words, you can expect to walk out of this workshop with some new insights and tools to improve your time management! This is also a golden opportunity to meet like-minded students in the social/cognitive/language sciences.

Places are allocated on a first come first served basis, so register soon to avoid disappointment!

Yvonne Frankfurth & Johanna Finnemann, Cambridge PhD Clinic Organisers

The Cambridge PhD Clinic runs a series of informal interdisciplinary workshops for graduate students in the language, natural and social sciences at the University of Cambridge to help them gain practical skills. We are funded by the ESRC DTP and by Cambridge Language Sciences. Visit our  website and join our facebook group to keep updated on our exciting events.

Monday, 11 June, 2018 - 12:00 to 14:00
Contact name: 
Yvonne Frankfurth
Contact email: 
Event location: 
Room B3, Criminology Department

What we do

Cambridge Language Sciences is an Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge. Our virtual network connects researchers from five schools across the university as well as other world-leading research institutions. Our aim is to strengthen research collaborations and knowledge transfer across disciplines in order to address large-scale multi-disciplinary research challenges relating to language research.