Durriya Meer and Counseling Center staff will lead a QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeping Training on how to recognize the warning signs of suicide and how to intervene effectively to refer someone to help.
Scott Shane, former New York Times reporter and visiting scholar at the SNF Agora Institute, will discuss previous and current issues with Russian election Interference as part of the International Studies Leadership Council fall speaker series entitled "The 2020 Election and the Future of American Democracy."
Dean Eliot A. Cohen and Anne Applebaum, a senior fellow at the Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University and Pulitzer-winning historian of Soviet atrocities, will discuss Applebaum's new book, Twilight of Democracy: The Seductive Lure of Authoritarianism.
Clinicians from the mySupport Onsite Clinical Team will share the range of mySupport services available as well as simple and effective strategies to reduce anxiety, build resiliency, and promote healing during times of crisis.
Learn the basics of Photoshop while you design your own button for the upcoming election at the DMC. Once you are finished your design you can email it to the DMC and we will physically make your button and mail it to you (if within the US)
Even though all majors are required to do research, immersing yourself in research 100% for a year really lets you get a realistic idea of what research as a career (or as part of your career) entails. This is what the concurrent Neuroscience BS/MS program is all about.
Join Sherry Kolbe, Program Manager of the State Health Insurance Assistance Program at the Department of Aging, to learn about transitioning to Medicare. She will cover when to enroll for Medicare, the basics of Medicare– including Medigap and Advantage plans, and assistance available to individuals with low income.