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 the 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 six dimensions 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
in the living room of the Murray House.
Upcoming Whole Person Education Workshops:
Fitness Tips for Savvy Grads
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Presented by Megan Silvey, Boston College Campus Recreation Department
Description: "The path to fitness isn't as complicated as it seems. Let Megan Silvey, Gradaute Assistant for Fitness in Campus Recreation, bring you up to speed on getting fit, staying motivated, navigating trends, and busting myths in this interactive presentation."
Past Whole Person Education Workshops:
The ABCs of Financial Management
Monday, September 29, 2014
Presented by Kaitlyn Gorman, $uccessful Start
Bridging Cultures: Perspectives from American and Chinese Grad Students
"Social / Cultural Wellness"
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Presented by Dean "Rocky" Rockwell and Isabelle Ren, CSOM