Performance Salon is a program of dramatic readings dedicated to providing students a myriad of opportunities to work in concert with professional actors as an ensemble engaged in the process of performing roles from the classical and modern canon of world dramatic literature as well as new works.
Learn how to identify stressors, take necessary steps to remain calm, and handle tense situations in a constructive, positive manner.
Please view the American Communities Program's installation in the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library featuring material objects that undocumented immigrants brought with them on their journeys. The objects will be accompanied by flash autobiographical narratives. Exhibit runs from Nov. 6, 2017 through Dec. 28, 2017 on the first floor of the library.
This social event is designed for international students (but all students are invited) to meet each other and make new friends and re-connect with other friends.
How do we take care of ourselves when we’ve always been taught to put others first? Spoken word and performance artist Jade Phoenix Martinez helps us unpack the challenges of practicing self-care and articulate what wellness means for Asian/Pacific Islander Americans. Provided in partnership with Counseling and Psychological Services.
Online info session for those interested in earning an advanced degree in counseling with a focus on school based family counseling.