This Friday, Dr. Robert Deluty (UMBC’s Associate Dean of the Graduate School, Associate Professor of Psychology) will talk with graduate students about stress. This is an important seminar that is back by popular demand. Each year, following the seminar, students have said that their stress was reduced, that they felt that anxiety had been reduced, and that they were given encouragement to continue to press forward.
Friday, Dec. 6, 2013, 4:30 – 6:00 PM
Public Policy Building, Room 206
This seminar is for all graduate students, at all levels. We will be serving coffee, tea, fruit, and cookies. Please plan to attend. Graduate students who attend any school within the University System of Maryland are invited attend.
UMBC students: RSVP here: http://my.umbc.edu/groups/promise/events/18777.
If you are from another school in the USM and can’t access the link above, you may RSVP with a comment to this post. This post will also appear on our PROMISE AGEP Facebook page.
Special note: Dr. Deluty generously provided some of the resources that we used for our research when we wrote the PROMISE AGEP-T grant proposal to the National Science Foundation for our current round of funding. His insight was instrumental with respect to our studies on providing community and outlets for good mental health.