Consider where and how you devote your energy, time, talent, and savvy in the face of internal and external pressures to spread yourself too thin -- taking a “just get it done” approach that can result in uninspired productivity rather than committing your creative intelligence in the service of what deeply matters to you.
For graduate students. Consider how to orient to the nature and scope of your inquiry; how to write when feeling overwhelmed, lost, daunted, or discouraged; and how to manage time, anxiety, energy, and tasks.
A space for students to share and learn from one another’s experiences of bilingualism and multilingualism in the academic setting. Consider insights and options that bilingualism and multilingualism afford and generate strategies for challenges that bilingualism might present in academic endeavors such as reading, writing, and public speaking.
This workshop provides a space for students to share their experiences away from Harvard while studying abroad, completing an internship or a fellowship in and outside the USA. Students will also reflect on the impact of this time away on their views of themselves and the world around them.