Whole Person Education Workshop Series
sponsored by the office of graduate student life
What does it mean to be a "whole person"? As a graduate student, you are focused on advancing your education, but your true education involves so much more than expanding your knowledge of your discipline. You are a whole person with unique social, emotional, spiritual, intellectual needs and experiences. This series of workshops, sponsored by The Office of Graduate Student Life, is aimed at graduate students in all disciplines to help them better understand how they are still growing, changing, and developing as whole persons.
Lunch will be provided at all sessions.
Workshops that are part of the Whole Person Education Series fall under one of the sixdimensions of wellness:
Questions about the Whole Person Education Series? Please email Ashley Hopper at email@example.com
All workshops will take place from 12:00 - 1:30pm.
Check back soon for our list of Fall 2014 workshops
Previous Whole Person Education Series:
Working with Student's with Physical Disabilities with Paulette Durrett, MSW, LCSW, Assistant Dean for Students with Disabilities
Evaluating a Job Offer with Louis Gaglini , Associate Director, Employer Relations, Career Center
Credit Management with Amber Fetzer, Graduate Assistant, $uccessful Start Peer Money Mentor Program.
Personal Fitness in Minutes with Gio Trilleras, Graduate Assistant of Personal Training for Boston College Campus Recreation
Living with Loans:Budgeting and Loan Management for the Professional Student by Financial Specialist Craig Noyes from Student Services
The Boston College Student- Insight When Working with Undergraduates with Mike Sacco, Director of Center of Student Formation
November 16, 2012: Boston College Superfan College with Cameron Smith, Assistant Director of Residence Life.