From: Puuhonua Hale for Native Hawaiian Student Support Date: Wednesday, September 11, 2013 Subject: Productive Writer – Cornell Graduate School To:

Aloha mai kākou,

Found this helpful information from the UHM Office of Graduate Education’s Facebook page.
Do you have writing goals for your thesis, dissertation, or other writing projects in 2013-2014? Have you resolved to be a more productive writer this academic year? If so, join our community of writers by subscribing to the Productive Writer listserv to receive emails twice a month with advice and strategies for becoming a more productive writer.
Sponsored by the Cornell Graduate School, the Productive Writer,, is free and open to all, especially graduate students who are writing papers, proposals, fellowship applications, theses, and dissertations. It’s easy to join; just click this link,
You will begin receiving messages, every other week, about managing your time for greater writing productivity, reducing distractions, staying motivated, revising/editing, binge writing, communicating with your advisor or editor, dealing with writer’s block , managing procrastination and perfectionistic tendencies, and creating/maintaining a writing support group.

Pu’uhonua: Hale for Native Hawaiian Student Support
Office of Student Academic Services, College of Education
University of Hawai’i at Mānoa
1776 University Avenue, Everly Hall 126
Honolulu, HI 96822