Thesis time management

June 20th, 2007 by jose

From Pascal Cavalier’s blog, I got a pointer to a nice article on Thesis time management. Looks like I’ll have to check this Canadian online-magazine on Higher Education in the future:

Perhaps what is most daunting about writing a thesis is realizing that if you want to be an academic, this is a good introduction to the rest of your career. Writing proposals, grant applications, journal articles and books will be a significant part of your life from here on. Gaining the skills to be a productive and prolific writer is key to success as an academic. That means making writing part of everyday life.

Wrestling your writing to the mat, By Käthe Lemon.

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One Response to “Thesis time management”

  1. Says:

    I totally agree with the post you have made here Jose. Academia has a lot to play in our lives as we progress through our careers. Whether we are then involved in academia after we have completed the thesis or not; I found that people who have been to university and have managed such a project are happier and have more of an ability to manage projects and their time in the workplace.

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