developing self-awareness and self-knowledge
Stanford students! Experience meditation practices that quiet the mind, refresh the body and support an open heart. You will be introduced to three ways to meditate so you can select and develop a practice that is right for you at this time. Learn first hand how meditation promotes inner peace, emotional balance, concentration, health, well-being, compassion and altruism. Join us to delight in learning how to meditate and nurture inner resources that support a life of sustained excellence, innovation and engaged service.
Being a graduate student requires sophisticated and often non-intuitive academic skills.
You may experience a heavy academic load while at Stanford, particularly in your first years as you learn to balance classes with research.
Being a successful graduate student requires effective management of time and well-honed academic skills.
Volunteering can make a big impact on Stanford and the local community.
Graduate school can be an emotionally challenging time.
As a graduate student, you may be the first person to recognize when a fellow student needs help.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides several outreach services to support students' mental health and overall emotional well-being.
Graduate school can be an emotionally challenging time for a variety of reasons.
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