November 2013 – February 2014
Stressed out? Balancing school, life, work? Take a meditation break!
The Spiritual and Depth Psychology Specialization presents an introductory weekly mindfulness meditation drop-in group.
No previous meditation experience necessary.
Wednesdays from 6:00 to 6:45pm. Meets weekly through December 4th.
For more info contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sheesh, 24 hours in a day is not enough! School, work, family, friends, personal life…wait, what personal life? Do you feel like you are constantly drowning? This workshop is just for you! Find out how to manage priorities and then transform them into structured chaos! Make school smooth(er).
Led by Sherry Wong, MAOM
Clinical Conversation: The Black Woman’s Psyche presents a workshop on The Blame, Shame, and Fame of “The Angry Black Woman”
Building upon the discussion from the Black Woman’s Psyche Round Table, the African American Women’s Circle invites you to join a NO COST experiential workshop focused on helping Black women get in touch with their suppressed anger and emotions surrounding social injustice and oppression. This second roundtable will be not only interactive, but eye-opening for those in attendance who wish to better connect with clients of color, and for therapists who feel the burden of having to suppress their emotions due to fear of being labeled.
Co-Facilitated by Jeanne King, MFT, Zandra Ellis, and Tiffany Shelton
Sponsored by Spiritual and Depth Psychology Specialization with the Village Health Foundation
Exploring research by method. Learn to identify the bones of research results: Quantitative, Qualitative, Literature Review, Single Case Study, Double Case Study. Don’t fall into the research pit and become so entranced with your research question that you overlook the practical issues related to data analysis, availability, and interpretation.
Led by Ken Pienkos, BS
English grammar often seems arbitrary and mean, burdening students with unnecessary anxiety over writing their papers “correctly.” This workshop proposes to help students fill in some of the gaps, but will also help students see the method behind English madness.
Together, we will strive to take the pain out of understanding the choices we make when
writing in English–for academic purposes or otherwise–using methods proven to hone the ear and ease the spirit.
Led by Rose DiMatteo, MFA
In advance of the V-Day performances, organizers are hosting a bake sale to raise funds for anti-violence organizations. There will also be the opportunity to purchase valentine cards that could come with a singing telegram.
After the bake sale, AULA will host its first V-Day open mic night. The theme is the V-Day movement, and all forms of artistic expression are welcome. Interested participants can reserve a 3-5 minute spot for the open mic by emailing email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bake Sale 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Open Mic 6:30 p.m.
10 weeks of course sessions, all that reading, a long final paper…and then the PowerPoint presentation, UGH! Don’t get frustrated. Come to this workshop and learn tips for developing a powerful presentation without all the anxiety and with all the fun (seriously).
Led by Sherry Wong, MAOM
BA student: Hugh Rosenberg
SMC alum: Sandy Yang
MFA alum: Nicole Sconiers
author of Escape from Beckyville
Faculty reader: Kim Dower
author of Slice of Moon and Air Kissing on Mars
Room A1000. No RSVP needed.
Many students, fearful of plagiarism, will drop in direct quotes rather than risk paraphrasing or folding research into a paper in their own voice. This often results in awkward writing, poor transitions and the reader feeling as if the writer is hiding behind their quotes.
This workshop will demonstrate (with some hands on work), how to paraphrase and transition effectively and include research while keeping the students voice intact.
Led by Robert Fox, MFA