|Event Title||Meaning Making for Graduate Students 3-week Series (May)|
|Location||Graduate Student Center, 211A West Cameron Ave|
|Sponsor||The Graduate School|
|Date/Time||05/17/2018 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM|
What is meaning making? According to Roger Kegan's theory of meaning-making development, meaning making "is a conceptualization of how human beings make meaning of themselves, of others, and of their experiences throughout their life-span." In this 3-week summer series, you'll have the opportunity for personal self-reflection through free writing and small group discussion that will be supported by short articles and readings on meaning-making and purpose of life.
All sessions will be held at the Graduate Student Center at 211A West Cameron Avenue from 12-1:30 pm on 3 consecutive Thursdays. Please sign up for the series only if you're able to attend all 3 sessions. Lunch will be provided and REGISTRATION is required.
Week 1 (May 17): The past--Exploration of my Identity: Who am I and where am I from?
Week 2 (May 24): The present--Resiliency and Joy: How does graduate school fit into my life's purpose? How can I sustain my passion for my work and build my resilience during challenging times? What brings me joy and how does it fit into my academic life?
Week 3 (May 31): The future--Hopes and Dreams: What are my plans post-Master's or post-Doctoral degree?