Students are invited to attend the Learning Commons workshop "Reducing Test-Anxiety with Effective Preparation".
The Learning Commons and CORE invite students to attend a lecture on "Social Media and Self Promotion as a Student-Athlete and Career Professional" from 11:20-12:10 p.m.
The Learning Commons and CORE invite students to attend a lecture on "Social Media and Self Promotion as a Student-Athlete and Career Professional" from 4-5 p.m.
There will be a repeat lecture on Friday, Sept. 13 from 11:20-12:10 p.m. in Gävle 1 of the Gerber Center.
Lori Dantuma and Katie Hayes, peer tutors from the Reading/Writing Center, will help students explore new ways to write creatively.
It can be hard to prioritize a class that doesn't seem to fit with your future goals or that you don't have much experience with. Join the Learning Commons for help on:
• How to effectively manage your time between major and non-major courses.
A panel of faculty, staff, and students will discuss what it means to be civil, and demonstrate civility while discussing and debating a social justice topic. Audience members will get a chance to practice civil discourse.
The Learning Commons Tutor Leaders will present a workshop on study skills, "The Secret Formula to Math and Science."
The Learning Commons and CORE will offer the workshop "Assertiveness and Negotiation."
Dr. Jake Romaniello will present the Learning Commons workshop "Stress Management: Walking Meditation."
This Learning Commons workshop will be presented by tutor leaders.
Jan. 29: Reading/Writing Center Sunday Night workshop
7-7:45 p.m., Andreen basement. Presented by Reading/Writing Center peer tutors.