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Graduate students have many demands on their time, including teaching courses, grading papers, preparing for exams, writing papers, conducting research, spending time with families, etc. The ability to manage multiple responsibilities is essential to success as a graduate student. This workshop focuses on the skills necessary to address issues that affect productivity, including procrastination, as well as strategies for achieving a balance between work and personal life. Learn how to take charge using strategies used by successful graduate students in this workshop facilitated by Greg Lambeth from the Counseling Center.