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Loyola University Calendar Feed for fye

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  • 03/28/17--00:00: First in the PACK Retreat
  • First in the PACK students and mentors will kick off the Fall semester with an on-campus retreat. 

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  • 03/31/17--00:00: UCC Text Anxiety Walk-Ins
  • Stop by the student success center for short session to help with testing anxiety. Learn how to control your anxiety so you can rock all your finals!! 

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  • 03/31/17--00:00: UCC Text Anxiety Walk-Ins
  • Stop by the student success center for short session to help with testing anxiety. Learn how to control your anxiety so you can rock all your finals!!  

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    Are you having a hard time studying? Do you find that your mind wanders and you can’t focus? Learn tips, tools and strategies to improve your motivation and study skills! UCC counselors will aid you in discovering the best study environment for you and help improve your motivation in school! 

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    "Mindset Interventions to Promote Student Success": The focus of education has traditionally been on providing students with the cognitive skills required to allow for mastery of core academic subjects. This approach has shaped the way we have come to view success in school and how we define an effective learner. Increasingly, education research is demonstrating the value of non-cognitive factors in student success. In a series of presentations and workshops, Dr. Omid Fotuhi will explore the psychological vulnerabilities that some students, or groups of students, may be susceptible to, which lead to underperformance, disengagement, and discouragement. Importantly, Dr. Fotuhi will place these psychological factors in the context of equity and achievement gaps among minority and at-risk groups. Finally, Dr. Fotuhi will introduce a set of proven mindset interventions and strategies to help foster more adaptive mindsets, and explain how to effectively put these strategies into daily practice.  Dr. Omid Fotuhi is social psychologist with a joint affiliation with the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University and the Learning and Research Development Center (LRDC) at the University of Pittsburgh. His work focuses on drawing from decades of proven psychological interventions to reduce students' underperformance among underrepresented or at-risk groups of students and, instead, to weave in strategies (both individual and institutional) to create a culture of growth. I work with leading experts in the domain of effective psychological interventions (e.g., Growth Mindset, Belonging Uncertainty, Utility Value, Resilience and Grit, and Effective Goal-Setting Interventions) to provide a range of consulting and training services. These services draw from over a decade of consulting and intervention design, and include professional development programs, organizational consulting, and student training in non-cognitive skills. You can find out a bit more about some of the projects that our lab conducts at http://stanfordinterventionslab.com.

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  • 10/07/17--00:00: Take Back The Night
  • Patricia Boyett, Director of Women’s Resource Center, joined by University Counseling Center and ODS staff. Sexual violence and disability-specific abuse can worsen mental health outcomes for women with a disability. These negative mental health effects are typically accompanied by other adverse behavioral, physical, and academic outcomes. By demonstrating the particular vulnerability of women with a disability to the adverse health effects of sexual abuse, we highlight the need for appropriate mental health services and sexual violence prevention programs on college campuses. ODS joins the Women’s Resource Center and the University Counseling Center tonight in their efforts to heighten awareness of sexual violence on campus and to empower survivors.

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  • 10/07/17--00:00: Twice Exceptional: 2e
  • Discussion led by Dr. Naomi Yavneh, Director of University Honors Program (for Honors Faculty and Students only)

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    Presentation by Amy Boyle, Director of Residential Life and Rachel Ziko, Counselor, University Counseling Center. Zen Dens offer you a place to take a deep breath and relax. We hope our quiet spaces provide you an opportunity to practice mindfulness and learn the all-important skills of managing stress and finding ways to truly relax, even when you feel you are operating at breakneck speed on campus.

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    Presentation by Dr. Gil Lerma, Counselor, University Counseling Center. Through the duration of their legal education, the rates of law students grappling with substance abuse and mental health problems increase dramatically. If unrecognized and untreated, these issues can carry into their professional careers. Dr. Lerma will identify signs and risk factors for mental health and substance abuse, and suggest ways that these health concerns can be addressed and well-being can be achieved by law students.

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  • 10/07/17--00:00: Drum Circle Performances
  • Performances by School of Music, Music Therapy students and professors

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  • 10/07/17--00:00: No White Flags
  • Presentation by Steve Gleason, former New Orleans Saints player diagnosed with AL. Steve’s story and mission have been told countless times throughout the media; the NFL Network, ESPN, HBO, ABC, CBS, and CNN have all been inspired to share Steve’s story in many ways. You can hear in person Steve’s powerful words of inspiration for people whose lives are similarly affected.

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  • 10/07/17--00:00: Unmasking Brain Injury
  • Art Exhibit from Wednesday, October 4th through Friday, October 13th. Introduction by Vicki Vega, Associate Dean, College of Music and Fine Arts and Professor of Music Therapy. This traveling art project engages the general population with those who have brain injury, both in the struggles and successes they encounter. Each mask has been painted by a survivor or caretaker in Louisiana explaining the emotions they feel living with brain injury. “There’s a story behind every mask and behind every mask there’s a person, a person that’s been touched by brain injury.” Loyola is proud to be the first official exhibition venue for this fascinating and moving mask exhibit.

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  • 10/07/17--00:00: Unmasking Brain Injury
  • Art Exhibit from Wednesday, October 4th through Friday, October 13th. Introduction by Vicki Vega, Associate Dean, College of Music and Fine Arts and Professor of Music Therapy. This traveling art project engages the general population with those who have brain injury, both in the struggles and successes they encounter. Each mask has been painted by a survivor or caretaker in Louisiana explaining the emotions they feel living with brain injury. “There’s a story behind every mask and behind every mask there’s a person, a person that’s been touched by brain injury.” Loyola is proud to be the first official exhibition venue for this fascinating and moving mask exhibit.

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  • 10/07/17--00:00: Unmasking Brain Injury
  • Art Exhibit from Wednesday, October 4th through Friday, October 13th. Introduction by Vicki Vega, Associate Dean, College of Music and Fine Arts and Professor of Music Therapy. This traveling art project engages the general population with those who have brain injury, both in the struggles and successes they encounter. Each mask has been painted by a survivor or caretaker in Louisiana explaining the emotions they feel living with brain injury. “There’s a story behind every mask and behind every mask there’s a person, a person that’s been touched by brain injury.” Loyola is proud to be the first official exhibition venue for this fascinating and moving mask exhibit.

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  • 10/07/17--00:00: Drum Circle Performances
  • Performances by School of Music, Music Therapy students and professors

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  • 10/07/17--00:00: Unmasking Brain Injury
  • Art Exhibit from Wednesday, October 4th through Friday, October 13th. Introduction by Vicki Vega, Associate Dean, College of Music and Fine Arts and Professor of Music Therapy. This traveling art project engages the general population with those who have brain injury, both in the struggles and successes they encounter. Each mask has been painted by a survivor or caretaker in Louisiana explaining the emotions they feel living with brain injury. “There’s a story behind every mask and behind every mask there’s a person, a person that’s been touched by brain injury.” Loyola is proud to be the first official exhibition venue for this fascinating and moving mask exhibit.

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  • 10/22/17--00:00: 5 Minute Mini-Meditations
  • Don't have time to relax? Take five minutes to meditate and restore your sense of calm.

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    Trouble focusing? Do you think you have ADHD? Take a free screening and get tips on how to improve your motivation and focus!

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    Ever felt hangry? Too tired to focus? Learn about the behavioral and biological factors that contribute to stress, what you can do improve self-care, and form a plan to implement change.

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    Take time out of your busy day to truly relax for an hour! A trained counselor will lead you through calming guided imagery and progressive muscle relaxation. You will also learn how to do this on your own. At the end of this session, you should feel relaxed, focused and ready to face your challenges.

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