Upcoming workshops on "Time Management for Researchers"

Monday, March 13, 2023

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The Office of Research is hosting a virtual workshop on "Time Management for Researchers," which will be held on March 24 (12:00 to 1:30 p.m.) and then again on March 29 (3:00 to 4:30 p.m.). 

Time management is the process of consciously taking charge of the amount of time spent on specific activities. This workshop aims to raise awareness of the importance of managing time effectively and organizational skills in increasing healthy productivity, achieving deliverables and ensuring the completion of the overall research project. It offers a variety of techniques and tools to improve researchers’ skills in setting goals, planning, scheduling, execution, recovery, and maintaining mental acuity for the accomplishment of the specific objectives. Run as an interactive session, the workshop will provide students with the opportunity to challenge their own habits of managing time and committing to work schedules while providing them with simple and effective methods of taking charge of their time and workload and developing consistency.

About the facilitator

Dr. Snezhina Gulubova holds a PhD in Ethnomusicology, a master’s degree in Advanced Musical Studies and a master’s degree in International Studies and Diplomacy. Since 2007 she has been teaching classes in research and writing methods, techniques for effective time management, and maintaining healthy mind and body to undergraduate students and postgraduate researchers in the social sciences and humanities and professionals in various industries.


Registration is required through Eventbrite. Two identical sessions are being offered, so you can register to attend whichever one best fits with your schedule.

Information about how to access the virtual session will emailed to registered participants two days before the scheduled date.