Posts Tagged ‘Mental Health’

By: JENNIFER YAWSON | ALBION COLLEGE | jyawson@albion.edu JENNIFER YAWSON IS THE DIRECTOR FOR CAMPUS PROGRAMS AND ORGANIZATIONS AND THE ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FOR THE ANNA HOWARD SHAW WOMEN’S CENTER So often we focus on what’s going wrong in our lives, how busy we are, or how little time we have for a personal life. We…

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By: Joe Martin, Ed.D | Article from 2017 Fall CLT Magazine A student once asked me, “Dr. Martin, why do you care so much about us?” I guess I need to put this question into context. My class (as a whole) had just done horribly on one of my tests. After apologizing for letting them…

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By Caroline Rothstein – Jus Wiggin Entertainment caroline@carolinerothstein.com – www.carolinerothstein.com | Article from Spring 2015 CLT Magazine   I began college experiencing two of the worst things that ever happened to me: a month into my freshman year, I was sexually assaulted on campus; a week later, my younger brother was hit by a car…

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Dr. Amy Young, Ph.D.,University of Michigan Ross School of Business and Dr. Blake Faulkner. Ph.D. , The Pacific Group Entry into the 21st century brought a rapid evolution in how people communicate and interact with each other. We are just now starting to see the first generation to have grown up only knowing this new…

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By Dee Dube, SwiftKick Universities, companies, and teams that institute core values for their people typically include dedication among their priorities. The concept of grit takes dedication and adds the stipulation of unconditionality; through thick and thin, someone with grit will stick with it. It is a kind of courageous loyalty, a tenacity that gets…

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