The Graduate Insider
Welcome back Sun Devils! During these hectic times, it is more important than ever to stay informed on current events and to take care of your mental and physical well-being.
As October marks the midpoint of the fall semester, many graduate students have begun to feel mid-semester fatigue set in.
In our April 7 edition of the Grad15 webinar, Nika Gueci with the ASU Center for Mindfulness, Resilience and Compassion shared resources and tips on mindfully navigating times of disruption.
ASU’s Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience is offering the ASU community an hour of contemplation every day from 12:00 noon – 1 p.m. Billed as “Caring and connection in the time of COVID-19,” the sessions are open and free.
Mindfulness is so important that ASU created the Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience in 2017. But what exactly is mindfulness and why is it so important?
Because of the unique pressures of graduate school, it’s important for grad students to take part in mental health services provided by ASU when they feel they need counseling.
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