This program will teach residents about healthy relationships. Many young adults will use the hashtag #GOALS when talking about relationships, but are those relationships healthy? This program will allow residents to talk about what they believe is a healthy relationship. We will also discuss domestic abuse and things that may not be visible from the outside of a relationship. I think this will...
Have any goals for this winter quarter? Do you know what S.M.A.R.T goals are?
What is one thing you have either learned from the first half of the year or want to do going into the second half??
Mason jars were provided and quarter/ year goals were discussed. Everyone decorated their jars and put many inspiring quotes on a poster and inside the jars. Everyone seemed more motivated for the quarter and enjoyment.
What better way to study than with a decorated notebook that shows your personality?
Second quarter will be starting and residents have seen how real college gets! It is all fun and games until someone doesn't pass or gets on AP/STD. This program will educate residents on how to set realistic and tangible goals. Often with goals, students plan too large of a goal and have extreme difficulties completing or reaching said goal. Another misstep with making goals is not having powe...
discussing health and wellness as students
A small talk on staying on top of your goals and to keep at it until it is fully accomplished
To recap the quarter, we will be using this time to reevaluate goals for the rest of the year.
Residents will be able to relieve stress by painting personal canvases and they will also allow their expression to depict something that describes them, or a quote that inspires them.
This is a program geared towards residents constructing both short-term and long-term academic goals and finding ways to achieve those goals. Residents will write down their goal(s) on a paper anonymously, and put it in a jar/hat. The jar will be passed around, and someone will pick a note at random. Then everybody will hear the anonymous goal and share advice for how that person can go about t...
To start off winter quarter, I will be encouraging my residents to think hard about what they wish went differently/better for them during fall quarter (their "regrets" but in a less negative way). They will be asked to write their "regrets" on a balloon, and then to pop their balloon to simulate leaving their regrets behind them. In order to start anew for this coming quarter, residents will b...
As residents return, feelings of excitement may also bring their priorities into question. Students begin their second quarter at the University, and reflect on the lessons of fall quarter as well as conversations that took place during winter break.
This program aims to help residents identify what is and is not important them, and to reach a level of mental clarity. With a clear mind, ...
Floor meeting on health and wellness, setting personal and community goals, and learning about campus resources and supports.
I plan to host a passive program in the Biology House to have a more engaging living environment where all my residents can actively participate. I want to create a poster made to look like a tree trunk and label it as "Goals for the New Year." I want by residents to then use cut outs in the shape of leaves and write down their goals, dreams or aspirations for the new year. In this way they c...
Give out wallet sized index cards that can serve as a New Years Resolution reminder so that we can carry our goals deeper (or throughout) this new year!
Residents will make goals for the rest of the year and have the option to post them in the common room, so they will be reminded of them every time they make the long trek to class!
This meeting will be aimed at educating students on the values of taking care of ones' self, and acknowledging unhealthy habits and working to replace them with healthier things. There will also be a goal-setting activity, when students will reflect on their first semester to set goals for their second semester.
Residents will come together to discuss the new semester and set some goals on how and where to get involved.
RA Preethi will be buying blue books, scantrons, cookies and milk for the study break program. Before getting any of these treats, residents will create a floor collage of all their Fall quarter accomplishments and goals for their future quarters.