Endurance PhD/MA Seminar Series: Spring 2022
This seminar series led by Leslie Blood, PhD, will consist of weekly one-hour check-ins to support goal setting, planning and provide a clear understanding of how values should drive goals and habit structures. Students will find that these Endurance PhD seminars provide a solid foundation which should reduce stress and help them find their place in the graduate community.
For the spring 2022 semester, we will focus on implementing small changes to create habits, developing a growth mindset, and putting our plans into action with measurable outcomes. Aligning values, drive, motivation and accountability needs will greatly increase your productivity while decreasing stress. Graduate school may be challenging, but with more self-awareness and resilience you can greatly improve, not only your time at CU, but your life.
We will offer two virtual options and two in-person options. These will not be broken out by year as previously structured. If you have never participated in our Endurance PhD/MA Seminar Series or were enrolled in Build Your Base in the fall 2021 semester, we recommend you sign up for the Introduction session on Tuesdays. If you have taken at least a year of seminar with Leslie, (for example Fuel, Climb or Belt Buckle), feel free to sign up for any of the other three sessions available.
- Mondays via zoom from 9-10 a.m.
- Tuesdays via zoom from 9-10 a.m. (Introduction to Endurance PhD/MA)
- Wednesdays in-person from 9-10 a.m.
- Wednesdays in-person from 10-11 a.m. - No longer available, has reached capacity
Completing this registration form will ensure your spot in the next cohort of students beginning the week of Jan. 24, 2022. Please submit your registration by Friday, Jan. 21. If you would like to join after that date, reach out to Leslie.Blood@colorado.edu.
Please register for one of the above weekly sessions here: https://grad.apply.colorado.edu/register/EndurancePhDMA_spring22
All graduate students welcome!
Zoom link will be provided to registrants.
In-person sessions will take place in CASE, Room E351
Wednesday, April 20, 2022 at 9:00am to 10:00amVirtual Event