Local middle school boys have taught Chris Sausa (SEAS 2019) the importance of being genuine and showing you care.More Information
Feb 12, 2019 Update: Today the Department of Education notified the public that, in an abundance of caution and due to technical difficulties, they are re-opening the comment period for the proposed Title IX regulations for one day only on February 15, 2019. We encourage anyone who was unable to submit their input on the proposed regulations during the comment period that ended on January 28 to do so on February 15.
In Daniel Black's Perfect Peace, a small community is forced to reconsider what thinks it knows about gender identity and readers are invited to witness the truth-telling introspection that is the most powerful voice of change.
Getting enough high quality sleep is the one of the best things you can do for your brain and body. No matter what is going on in terms of mood, energy, memory or emotions, sufficient sleep will almost always help. Sleep also does wonders for new learning. Wresting the last few minutes you can out of a day can be very tempting, but the cost in terms of fatigue and forgetfulness the next day is higher than you think.
Try these approaches to getting sufficient sleep:
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Hide your sad....
My dad is sitting across from me eating Eggos. He doesn’t eat them gracefully. They are stuffed...
I was in the middle of teaching one afternoon when a man died right outside my classroom door....
Stop by the Women’s Center to spend some time with our therapy dog, Poe! Poe is a six-year-old Goldendoodle, certified as a Canine Good Citizen and trained as a Psychiatric Service dog. You can find Poe and his owner, Cathy Erickson, in the lower level lounge of the Women’s Center during his office hours. Take a break from studying and come by for pets, snuggles, and refreshments!
Join us in giving voice and comfort to survivors of gender violence through art. This 90-minute workshop is both moving and fun. This event is free and no artistic experience is needed – but reservations are required. Email Claire to rsvp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to become an ally to survivors of gender-based violence, but not sure where to start? Sign up for our Survivor Support Network Training and join a cross-Grounds network designed to make visible the dedicated support that exists at the University. Contact Claire Kaplan at email@example.com or 434-982-2774 for more information or to sign up for a training. Faculty & Staff interested in bringing a Survivor Support Network training to your department can also contact Claire Kaplan.