Past Events

  • 2017 Feb 06

    Attention-Strengthening

    Location: 

    BSC, 5 Linden Street
    5:00pm to 6:30pm

    with Peter Kozel

    Develop strategies and learn about lifestyle changes to manage difficulties with attention. To register, email Peter Kozel - pkozel@bsc.harvard.edu.

    If you need special accommodations, please contact the BSC at least two weeks prior to a workshop.

     

  • 2017 Feb 06

    The Bilingual Mind: Study Strategies I

    Location: 

    BSC, 5 Linden Street
    2:00pm to 3:30pm

    with Aurora Sanfeliz and Niti Seth

    Explore cognitive processes of bilingualism and strategies for reading and writing. To register, email Aurora Sanfeliz - asanfeliz@bsc.harvard.edu or Niti Seth - nseth@bsc.harvard.edu.

    If you need special accommodations, please contact the BSC at least two weeks prior to a workshop or discussion.

     

  • 2017 Feb 03

    Reading Strategies

    Location: 

    BSC, 5 Linden Street
    2:30pm to 4:00pm

    with Craig Rodgers

    Learn to read strategically, effectively, and efficiently. A mini-version of the Harvard Course in Reading and Study Strategies. Register here.

    If you need special accommodations, please contact the BSC at least two weeks prior to a workshop.

     

  • 2017 Feb 03

    Post-Concussion Strategies & Coping Workshop

    Location: 

    BSC, 5 Linden Street
    1:00pm to 2:00pm

    with Craig Rodgers

    For Harvard College students who experience academic, social, or other aftereffects of a concussion. No registration.

    If you need special accommodations, please contact the BSC at least two weeks prior to a workshop.

  • 2017 Feb 03

    What Are You Doing with Your Life? (For Undergrads)

    Location: 

    BSC, 5 Linden Street
    12:00pm to 1:30pm

    with Sheila Reindl and Frank McNamara

    Three 90-minute weekly meetings on Friday afternoons beginning early February; start date and time to be determined based on participants’ availability.

    For Harvard College students. Join others in exploring questions of meaning, purpose, engagement, and motivation while reflecting on influences that have shaped your values, goals and aspirations. Call 617-495-2581 to schedule a 30-minute pre-group consultation.

  • 2017 Feb 03

    Returning to Harvard after Time Away

    Location: 

    BSC, 5 Linden Street
    12:00pm to 1:00pm

     

    with Craig Rodgers

    For Harvard College students. A group to discuss and get support about coming back to Harvard after time away. No registration.

    If you need special accommodations, please contact the BSC at least two weeks prior to a workshop.

  • 2017 Feb 03

    What Are You Doing with Your Life? (For Graduate Students)

    Location: 

    BSC, 5 Linden Street
    12:00pm to 1:30pm

    with Sheila Reindl and Frank McNamara

    Weekly 90-minute meetings on Fridays, beginning early February, time TBD based on participants' availability. Join others in exploring questions of meaning, purpose, engagement, and motivation while reflecting on influences that have shaped your values, goals, and aspirations.

    The group is full but you are welcome to sign up for the waitlist by emailing Frank McNamara - fmcnamara@bsc.harvard.edu

  • 2017 Jan 27

    Peer Tutor Information Session

    Location: 

    BSC, 5 Linden St.
    12:00pm to 1:00pm

    Thinking about becoming a peer tutor but have questions? Join us for an information session to have your questions answered by experienced peer tutors and BSC staff. Pizza and dessert will be served.

  • 2016 Dec 02

    Preparing for January: Senior Thesis Workshop

    Location: 

    BSC, 5 Linden Street
    1:30pm to 3:00pm

    with Sheila Reindl and Claire Shindler

    Develop a plan for your senior thesis work in January. Learn effective writing strategies and ways to manage your time and energy.

    If you need special accommodations, please contact the BSC at least two weeks prior to a workshop.

  • 2016 Nov 16

    Learning in the Context of Loss

    Location: 

    BSC, 5 Linden Street
    2:00pm to 3:30pm

    with Sheila Reindl and SungLim Shin

    Consider with other Harvard students who have experienced the death of someone who mattered to them how your experience of learning is influenced by your experience of loss (and how your experience of loss might in turn be influenced by your experience of learning). Click here to register.

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