Golden Gate University’s Psychology Association has a lot up their sleeves for all the students this term! Whether you are a psychology student or not, they invite you join their e-mail newsletter to stay on top of their updates and be the first ones to find out about their events.
The club is working on putting together series of mini-podcasts that will cover interesting topics related to the field as well as the overall student experience at Golden Gate University, featuring guests to contribute in their conversations. It was also reported to us that they are working on putting together a new professional event that will take place on campus later in this term.
News & Updates
In our last #SocialWednesday post, we talked about how we admired your idea of going on a hike together later in the term. On on this week’s post, we are happy to announce that we have received the approval from the Student Life department to organize the very first GGU Social hike using the reference of the responses we have gathered for our hike survey!
We decided to keep the survey open for a little bit longer in order to collect data for your preference in hike destination. If you haven’t participated in the survey yet, please take a couple of seconds and do so below. You can also e-mail us with any suggestions you might have at email@example.com.
If you have a class next Wednesday afternoon and don’t want to miss out on the third presidential debate, you can stop by our Student Lounge down on the Plaza level to watch it live. The debate starts at 6:00PM.
Office of Career Planning’s in-person Drop-In Hours are on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for the Fall ’16 Term. If you are looking to get your resume and cover letter reviewed or simply looking to acquire some resources and tools that will assist you in your career or job search, you can stop by the Business Library anytime between 4:30 – 6:30PM on their drop-in days. These sessions do not require students to sign up for the events in advance. If you have any questions regarding the office’s Drop-In Hours or the services they have to offer, you can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org with your inquiries.
Wellness Resources will be hosting their Mind Management Labs workshops on Mondays and Thursdays for the reminder of Fall ’16 Term. If you would like to learn tips and tricks on stress and mind management, feel free to stop by Room 4211 on Mondays and Thursdays. The workshops do not require any RSVPs or commitment.
Events to keep an eye on
Our Student Life department will host an online workshop drawing on Dr. Erica Reischer’s best-selling book, What Great Parents Do: 75 Simple Strategies for Raising Kids Who Thrive on October 17th starting at 7:45PM.
Prior registration is required for this workshop. You can use this link to RSVP for the event.
On the next day, the department will be hosting another workshop called Strategies for Clear Communication & How to Avoid Miscommunication. If you are an international student looking to learn strategies and techniques to improve your accent and pronunciation proficiency, and to communicate more effectively, mark this event on your calendars. You can see further details on the image above.
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Until next week,