Mental Health Wellness for Graduate Success

This workshop series covers a range of topics related to mental health and can provide graduate students with practical strategies for maintaining their mental health wellness throughout their academic journey.

Maximizing Your Potential: Understanding Strategies for Effective Time Management in Graduate School

Effective time management is crucial for graduate students as it allows them to balance their academic work, research, and personal life. With proper time management, students can improve their productivity, reduce stress, achieve a better work-life balance, and advance their careers. In this workshop, we will explore how strengthening beliefs and personality traits can help graduate students optimize their time management skills. We will also provide a range of online resources on time management that students can use to create effective plans and increase their efficiency.

September 27

5 p.m. - 5:50 p.m.

DEV 203E

Taking a Holistic Approach: The Power of Integrative Approaches in Managing Stress for Graduate Students

Graduate students often face a range of stressors related to academic demands, financial pressures, social isolation, and uncertainty about their future careers. Adopting a holistic approach to stress management can help graduate students address these challenges from multiple angles, including physical, emotional, social, and spiritual dimensions.

October 25

5 p.m. - 5:50 p.m.

DEV 203E

Graduate Student Well-being and Academic Performance through Effective Physiological Reaction Management Strategies

Managing physiological reactions can improve academic performance, increase well-being and resilience, and improve relationships for graduate students who often face high levels of stress and anxiety in their academic and personal lives. Strategies such as deep breathing exercises, progressive muscle relaxation, mindfulness meditation, and regular exercise can be effective in achieving these benefits.

November 29

5 p.m. - 5:50 p.m.

DEV 203E

For more information, contact Abraham Eapen at (616) 331-3266. 

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