Center for Teaching and Learning

Education on the Edge: Flourishing Through Chronic Too-muchness

Thursday, February 23, 2023 - 4:30pm to 6:00pm

Virtual, TBA

In order to PLAN AHEAD for next semester's Education on the Edge event so that faculty can put this in their syllabi, the CTL is announcing the next virtual event for FEB 23 from 4:30-6pm. The topic is "Flourishing through chronic too-muchness" and will be VERY applicable to all CSUN students, professors, staff,  and .....well, everyone! Please save the date!

Flourishing through chronic too-muchness

The Michael D. Eisner Center for Teaching and Learning at CSUN presents the Schools First Federal Credit Union Education on the Edge speaker series.

"Flourishing through Chronic Too-Muchness"

with R. Kelly Crace, Ph.D, author of Authentic Excellence: Flourishing and Resilience in a Relentless World, Associate Vice President for Health & Wellness at The College of William & Mary, and Director of the Center for Mindfulness and Authentic Excellence (CMAX)

This will be a virtual event, on Thursday, February 23rd, 4:30 - 6 PM (Pacific Standard Time)

Our relentless world of demands, uncertainty, pace, and noise can be overwhelming. In 2019, our normal was over-worked and stressed; in 2022, it has drifted into overwhelmed and strained. How do we allow for the honesty of being affected by life and still function and perform at a level we hope or expect of ourselves? This workshop explores evidence-based strategies to flourish while managing absurdity and challenge.

American Sign Language interpreters will be provided.