Psi Chi is hosting a Q&A session with psychology faculty about the graduate school application process. Psychology students, alumni, and faculty will be giving their advice on how to apply to graduate school as well as the ins and outs of the process.
How do you pick a school? What is the difference between the different degree programs? What should be included in personal statement?
All students interested in psychology and biopsychology are welcome!
Are you an excellent writer? Do you like helping others? You can be a Writing Intensive Tutor (WIT)! Come listen to current WITs discuss what it takes to become a WIT. Questions? Email email@example.com.
Graduate student Bernard Abagali will screen his short film about the experiences of Washington Mandela Fellow Tiara Gendi, a young transgendered woman from Harare, Zimbabwe. She is the coordinator of the newly formed trans unit at Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe (GALZ), advocating for transgender and intersex people. She began her work at GALZ as a volunteer in 2013 and has been actively involved in the organization's administrative and programming efforts.
Following the film will be a talk back with the filmmaker and Tiara Gendi. Refreshments provided. Sponsored by the Center for Intercultural Advancement.
Residential Education and the First Year Residential Experience will be hosting a Halloween Social event for residential students and first year students alike to partake and develop social skills.
Join the Iris Alliance and TKS for the second annual Festival for Trevor! We will have carnival games, snacks, music and more, with all proceeds going to thetrevorproject.org.
This is a networking event for members of the pre-health society and invited professionals in health care.
The Safe Zone workshop is a training for students, faculty and staff interested in learning more about LGBT history, sexual orientation and gender/ identity expression. Participants will explore Queer theory, cover history of the LGBT rights movement and share stories.
At the completion of the workshop participants will be qualified to serve as “Safe Zones” for LGBTQ students, staff and faculty.
Dinner will be provided, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. This is sponsored by the Center for Intercultural Advancement.
Join the Peer Educators for the Yoga and Meditation Series. Program will focus on different styles of yoga, visualization and meditation to help center and focus you. Essential oils will also be used.
Series dates and topics:
9/30: Laughing Yoga
10/14: Power Flow
10/16: Full Moon Yoga
10/30: New Moon Yoga
11/11: Gentle Flow
12/2: Power Flow
12/7: Gentle flow and essential oils
Fore more information contact Natalie Nye, Peer Education.
This Res Ed Bridges Program will focus on development of students through an interactive social and educational event revolving around themes to help benefit student is personal growth and exploration.
All are welcome to celebrate Mass (Orthodox) followed by short discussion on college life with Father Anthony DeLuca.