building resilience to manage stress and challenges
Understand how you can develop the resilience you need to thrive in graduate school. Resilience helps you bounce back in the face of life’s challenges, whether these challenges are getting a poor grade, breaking-up with a significant other, battling illness, or taking on any number of other tough events.
Aneel Chima, administrative and teaching fellow, Stanford Wellness Education Project
Read more about Aneel
The Wellness Network at Stanford connects you to resources that enhance your well-being, support your health, and help you connect with others.
Learn practical and proactive methods to tame your inner critic and succeed academically and professionally in this interactive workshop, for all graduate students and postdoctoral scholars.
INSTRUCTOR: Stacey Sargent
WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014 from 4:15PM - 6:15PM
Stacey Sargent’s website
Well-Being at Stanford helps you cultivate the knowledge and life skills to live a healthy, vibrant lifestyle, manage stress, build resilience, and ensure positive interactions.
The Resilience Project offers information, resources, and personal stories about how resilience, developed through experiences of disappointment, failure, and rejection, can lead to growth.
This article from the Teaching Commons discusses the kinds of failures that students may face, and how good advising techniques can help them develop coping skills and build resilience.
Learn how to manage graduate life with a positive attitude and productive work habits from two campus experts. Whether you’re a new grad student or just want a refresher to start off the year, this fast-paced session is worth your time.
John Boothroyd, associate vice provost, VPGE, and professor, Microbiology and Immunology
Anika Green, director of educational programs, VPGE
Learn to assess your core leadership strengths and areas for development to become an effective manager/leader.
How to Feel as Bright and Capable as They Think You Are:
Why Smart People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It.
What do research students do to finish on time, to overcome isolation, doubt, and writer’s block, and to enjoy the process?