Personal Coaching/Drop In Support
“Personal coaching is a process that helps you define your goals and the way to break through the barriers that prevent you from reaching them.” Sessions take place every Tuesday from noon to 1:00 p.m. in Building 10, Room 424. For more information contact Anthony Webb, (937) 512-2752.
Addiction Discussion Group meetings
The Addiction Discussion Group will meet in Building 10, Room 423 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. on every Monday during Winter quarter. Prevention Education Resource Services offers a place to share ideas and thoughts on many topics that involve addiction. For more information contact Anthony Webb, (937) 512-2752.
Study for Success
Having trouble concentrating on your studies? Amity Jetton, an instructor in the Academic Foundations department, helps students discover various methods and strategies that may help their study time become more productive. The workshop runs from noon until 1 p.m. in Building 2, Room 334. For more information, contact Anthony Webb at (937) 512-2752.
Sinclair announces deadline for writing contest
Sinclair Community College has set a Feb. 1, 2009, deadline for its Annual Creative Writing Contest. Sinclair is offering cash prizes for winning entries by high school and adult writers from southwestern Ohio.
Sponsored by Sinclair’s English Department, the contest is open to writers who have received no payment for published manuscripts. There are four categories including Adult Fiction, Adult Non-Fiction, Adult Poetry and High School (any fiction, non-fiction, poetry). Entries must be postmarked by Feb. 1, 2009.
To receive an entry form with complete information about contest rules, call Chuck Freeland at (937) 512-3078 or (937) 512-2589. You can also write to Creative Writing Contest, English Department, Sinclair Community College, 444 West Third Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402-1460.
The Procrastination Solution
Patrick Fleming, an advisor for the Student Leadership Development Office, presents a few ways for students to avoid procrastination and will explore the roots of procrastination. The workshop will run from noon to 1 p.m. in Building 2, Room 334. For more information, contact Anthony Webb, (937) 512-2752.
Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare, performed by The Actors From The London Stage, will run from Feb. 4-6 in Blair Hall Theatre, Building 2. “One of the greatest romantic comedies from the Renaissance serves as a perfect prelude to Valentine’s Day. Shakespeare’s words are brought to life by the highly skilled Actors From the London Stage, the company that brought Sinclair audiences their memorable performance of Hamlet in the 2006-07 season.” Ticket information can be found online at Sinclair.edu/arts.
Combating Math Anxiety
Don’t let math stress you out. On Feb. 18, Brian Cafarella teaches strategies that assist students in combating math anxiety. Cafarella is an associate professor in the Academic Foundations department. The workshop runs from noon until 1 p.m. in Building 2, Room 334. For more information, contact Anthony Webb at (937) 512-2752.