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Wurtele Center for Work and Life Workshops

You can sign up for workshops by checking the box next to them below and clicking the Sign Me Up! button at the bottom:

Upcoming Workshops

 Wurtele Center General Interest Meeting9/9/15Clark Hall, 50 Elm StreetInstructor: Jessica Bacal
* This workshop does not require registration - just show up!
Time: 12:15 pm - 12:45 pm

Come for a quick lunch, learn more about the Wurtele Center for Work & Life and about the kinds of programs that you can develop for your peers as part of our board.
 Grab an iced coffee, get a Wurtele Center t-shirt and learn about the WCWL9/10/15Chapin LawnInstructor:
* This workshop does not require registration - just show up!
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 am

Join us for iced coffee and t-shirt making, and learn about Wurtele Center for Work & Life programs this fall.
 Michelle Tea: "How to Grow Up"9/10/15Neilson Browsing RoomInstructor:
* This workshop does not require registration - just show up!
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm

Michelle Tea has "spent the past decades alternately fighting off adulthood . . . and timidly, awkwardly, earnestly stumbling toward the life of a grown-ass woman: healthy, responsible, self-aware, stable." Come and listen to her talk about it! Also, buy her new memoir, get it signed, and eat good snacks. workshop image
 One Drop of Love9/18/15Hallie Flanagan TheaterInstructor:
* This workshop does not require registration - just show up!
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

A multimedia solo performance by Fanshen Cox DiGiovanni, incorporating filmed images, photographs and animation to tell the story of how the notion of ‘race’ came to be in the United States and how it affects our most intimate relationships.
 One Drop of Love9/19/15Hallie Flanagan TheaterInstructor:
* This workshop does not require registration - just show up!
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

2nd performance: A multimedia solo performance by Fanshen Cox DiGiovanni, incorporating filmed images, photographs and animation to tell the story of how the notion of ‘race’ came to be in the United States and how it affects our most intimate relationships.
 Overthinking: Why It's a Problem and How to Stop It10/7/15Campus Center 103/104Instructor: Rachel Simmons
* This workshop does not require registration - just show up!
Time: 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm

 The Art & Science (Yes, There Is a Science) of Being Happy10/20/15Campus Center 103/104Instructor: Rachel Simmons
* This workshop does not require registration - just show up!
Time: 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm

Take Photos, Tell Your Story11/5/15CC 204Instructor: Amanda Herman
Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Can photography change the way you see yourself? Your future? During this four-part workshop (October 29, November 4, 12, 19 and 20), you'll use digital cameras to do short, fun and creative assignments to engage with your physical and emotional landscape. On the last day of the workshop, you'll present your work at an off-campus art event.
 Pizza + Ice Cream = Lunch - An Introduction to the Spinelli Center for Quantitative Learning9/25/152nd Floor, Neilson LibraryInstructor: Cat McCune
* This workshop does not require registration - just show up!
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come to the Spinelli Center and eat lunch while hearing from its director, from peer tutors who work there and from students in all disciplines – including sociology, psychology and economics – who have made use of the center. Students who’ve come to past lunches have said:

“It made me feel less inhibited about receiving help from other students in quantitative subjects.”

“It is really nice to actually see the Q-tutors and get myself into the QLC space.”

“I didn’t know there was GRE review in the center.”

“I liked getting ice cream!”



Past Workshops

 practice8/6/15Instructor:
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm