The Zoom link to participate in the workshops will be emailed to registrants 30 minutes ahead of the start time.
Getting Things Done
Tues., July 20, 11 a.m.
Deadline to Register: Mon., July 19
Students are invited to improve time management, stop procrastinating, and reduce the stress that comes from doing things at the last minute by attending this workshop to discuss tips and techniques and learn ways to use time more effectively and efficiently. Learn how to break free from patterns that prevent accomplishing academic and personal goals and adopt methods to help you get things done.
Building your Mentoring Network
Fri., July 23, 12 p.m.
Deadline to Register: Thurs., July 22
Do you know who is in your mentor network? Building relationships with mentors can help you to access the resources, opportunities, and support that you need to achieve your goals. Learn how to identify mentors and customize your mentor map to fit your goals.
First Page to Press Send: Tackling Written Assignments
Tues., July 27, 11 a.m.
Deadline to Register: Mon., July 26
Written assignments require many tasks from thoughtful planning and research to the process of writing and editing. This workshop will provide techniques for getting started, getting unstuck, refining organization, and staying focused through the writing process. Participants will break down the written assignment into manageable steps to go from a blank page to pressing send on the final product.
Wednesday, July 28, 12 p.m.
Deadline to Register: Tues., July 27
Please Join Associate Dean of Wellbeing, Amber Griffiths, for a workshop and discussion on managing stress and promoting wellbeing. During this interactive workshop and discussion, students will learn how to recognize stress, how stress can affect wellbeing, and various strategies to manage stress and promote wellbeing.
Goal Setting and Time Management
Mon., Aug. 2, 12 p.m.
Deadline to Register: Sun., Aug. 1
During this session, students will learn various techniques for establishing smart goals and managing their time during the academic semester. This will be an interactive working session and students are encouraged to come ready to work on setting a few goals.