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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

NTSS celebrates
National Nontraditional
Student Week

NTSS
Dave Rice (center), Nontraditional Student Services, shares a story with fellow Veteran Services Task Force members (left to right) Duane Whitmire, co-chair; Brandon Chandler, student and veteran; and Dr. Brett Holden, co-chair and theatre and film faculty.

It's National Nontraditional Student Week, and BGSU's Nontraditional and Transfer Student Services (NTSS) is offering several special workshops and launching a support group targeted to those students.

Tonight (Nov. 9), NTSS and the Counseling Center will begin offering a peer-to-peer support group where nontraditional students can ask questions, discuss struggles and learn creative ways to cope with balancing multiple roles. The group will meet from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesdays in Room 2 College Park. Call 2-8136 for more information, or come to any of the meetings.

Nontraditional students can also participate in a number of workshops offered by NTSS and the Counseling Center. Study and test-taking skills will be the focus tomorrow (Nov. 10). Attendees can learn about techniques they can incorporate into their schedules. The workshop runs from 11 a.m. to noon in Room 2 College Park. It will be repeated from 2-3 p.m. on Dec. 3.

Learn how to deal with stress in a workshop from 10-11 a.m. on Nov. 18 in Room 2 College Park. Participants will learn about how stress works and impacts their daily lives. More importantly, they'll learn strategies to help recognize and understand the signs of stress and how to manage it.

In addition, NTSS will honor veterans at Wednesday's (Nov. 10) home football game. A free, special pre-game tent will be set up for veterans from 5:30-7:30 p.m., with free food and drinks for all service members and their families.

 

 


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There's still time to save the woods
The fund drive to keep St. John's Wood in Wintergarden Park a nature preserve continues, led on campus by students in BGSU's Omicron Delta Kappa chapter.

The ODK students are offering orange wristbands for a minimum $1 donation. To purchase a bracelet or make a donation, contact ODK President Liz Harper at harpere@bgsu.edu or ODK staff secretary Deb McLean at 2-8550 or dmclean@bgsu.edu. All donations are tax-deductible. Checks can be made payable to the Bowling Green City Parks and Recreation Foundation. Send checks to McLean through campus mail at 217 Life Sciences Building.

 

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November 09, 2010