The Addiction Discussion Group will meet in Building 10, Room 423 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. on every Monday during spring 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.
The Personal Coaching service will meet every Tuesday during spring quarter in Building 10, Room 424 from noon to 1 p.m. Personal coaching offers students a way to take better care of themselves, stay focused and set priorities. For more information, contact Cindy Warner at (937) 512-2752.
Produced by the Dayton International Peace Museum, NonViolent Solutions is an interactive exhibit featuring eight case histories promoting nonviolent methods. The exhibit runs through April on the Library’s mezzanine level.
Gwen Jones, Student Leadership Development office manager, presents Face the Fears workshop in Building 2, Room 334 from noon to 1 p.m. The workshop shows techniques in advancing past the fear-stage of doing something new. For more information, contact Anthony Webb at (937) 512-2752.
Sinclair to hold 35th annual Writers’ Workshop
On April 24, Sinclair Community College hosts the 35th annual Writers’ Workshop. Registration for the event will be held on the first floor of Sinclair’s Conference Center in Building 12 at 11 a.m. The general public has a $25 registration fee. Senior citizens and Sinclair students, staff and faculty may participate free of charge.
The workshop runs from noon to 5 p.m. and will include keynote speaker Jim Daniels. The Thomas Stockham Baker Professor of English at Carnegie Mellon Univeristy, Daniels is known for his working-class poetry.
Other presenters include: David Lee Garrison, Judy Johnson and Rebecca Morean.
For more information, contact the English department at (937) 512-3078.
Jazz Ensemble Concert with Chris Vadala
The Sinclair Community College Department of Music presents the Jazz Ensemble with guest saxophone artist Chris Vadala at 8 p.m. in Blair Hall Theatre. Admission is free.
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Dr. Thomas McElfresh presents the Self-Confidence workshop in Building 2, Room 334 between noon and 1 p.m. McElfresh is with the Mental Health Technology department and will share different methods on building and maintaining a high level of self-confidence. For more information, contact Anthony Webb at (937) 512-2752.