See what's happening all around campus (with some events happening as soon as tomorrow), meet more new colleagues, and celebrate Black History Month with us. As always, we welcome your input and feedback at email@example.com.
Awakened Awareness Spiritual Mind Body Practices for Enhanced Well-Being Weekly Tuesdays; starts TOMORROW, 2/7, 7-8:30pm
Through Zoom: Register here
Offered by the School of Social Welfare in collaboration with the Spirituality Mind Body Institute at Teachers College, Columbia University, this free eight-week workshop explores mindfulness and meditation, stress reduction, self-awareness, healthier relationships and spirituality. All participants must be students enrolled at SBU. There is an additional opportunity to participate in research and earn $35. For more information email Diane Monks, LMSW.
Staller Center for the Arts Just added: Comedian/actor Mike Birbiglia, Live at Staller on April 21 for one night only in one of his limited engagements following his sold-out 85-performance Broadway run of his new show “The Old Man and the Pool.” Show & ticket information here.
The Division of Student Affairs Fellowship is an opportunity for students from underrepresented groups who are interested in a career in student affairs. To be considered for this fellowship, students must be a junior at the time of application. Selected students will begin the fellowship in the fall of their senior year. Click here for more information and here for a flyer. To learn more about this opportunity, join one of our information sessions:
Wednesday, February 8 at 12:30pm - In-person session (Student Activities Center 223)
Friday, February 10 at 11am - Virtual session (Zoom link will be emailed after registration)
HELPING STUDENTS: SPECIAL NOTE TO FACULTY/STAFF
Red Book and Timely Care are two resources that can help students in need. If you haven't seen, here is a recent note that went out to all faculty and staff, providing information and guidance on how they can help ensure the health, safety and well-being of all students, and offer care options for students in distress.