Tuesday, December 19, 2017

STEM Mentorship for Girls Opportunity


Do you want to be a STEM mentor for middle school girls? Join Students for the Advancement of Women in Science (SAWS) as they host the Charles Carroll Science Club!

We are looking for mentors who enjoy working with children, and are passionate about sharing science in a fun and interactive way!

Please contact SAWS.umd@gmail.com for more information!

Adele’s Circle of Women Scholarship

Adele’s Circle of Women Scholarship grants annual scholarships to help deserving students who advance the role of women and girls in their academic studies and activities, who plan to further this leadership in their personal and professional lives.  The scholarship seeks to aid emerging student leaders and/or recognize accomplished student leaders.  The five scholarships provide a $500 award to a current University of Maryland undergraduate or graduate student.  Established in 2015, the Adele’s Circle of Women Scholarship is generously funded by Terp alumnae. 

Eligibility Requirements for five (5) $500 scholarships:
  • Previous recipients of Adele’s Circle of Women Scholarship are not eligible to apply.
  • Current UMD student (undergraduate or graduate)
    • Emerging Student Leaders:
      • One (1) First Year Student
      • One (1) Second Year Student
    • Accomplished Student Leaders:
      • One (1) Third Year Student
      • One (1) Fourth Year Student
      • One (1) Graduate Student
  • In good academic standing with the University
  • Demonstrates good citizenship and a positive attitude
Applications are due no later than February 3, 2017 to be considered for a 2017-2018 award. Awards will be given at Adele’s Circle of Women spring event – HerStory.  All applicants are strongly encouraged to attend the event to be held on Thursday evening, April 13, 2017 in the Stamp Student Union.
Interested students should complete the application at https://orgsync.com/84788/forms/295736.  If you have any questions, please email tzacker@umd.edu.

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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

A Message of Care to All University of Maryland Students from the Staff of the Counseling Center



The approaching end of the Fall semester may bring added stress from studying for exams, completing projects, preparing for December graduation, and making plans for the winter break.


Stress is a normal part of college life that may show up as:
·         Difficulty falling or staying asleep
·         Difficulty concentrating
·         Pulling back from friends
·         Getting into arguments

·         Drinking more than you usually do
·         Procrastinating
·         Feeling tense
·         Feeling ill


If you experience these common symptoms of stress, try these links to self-care strategies:

·         Being physically active
·         Eating healthier meals
·         Maintaining good sleep habits
·        
Meditating
·         Doing deep-breathing
·         Taking a break
·         Talking to a friend




These links provide additional helpful information:



When stress reaches a point that you have trouble managing daily responsibilities, struggle more than usual with academic work, or feel hopeless, it may be time to seek professional help.  The following resources are available on campus:


The Counseling Center in Shoemaker Building 301.314.7651

The Mental Health Service in the Health Center 301.314.8106


University Chaplains, Memorial Chapel 301.314.9866


After-hours crisis counseling from the Counseling Center at (301) 314-7651.


The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/how-we-can-all-prevent-suicide/

As you head into the final days of the semester, your greatest challenge may be to manage stress.  Self- care is critically important at this time, and that includes asking for help. Know that we can help!

Sincerely,

The University Counseling Center Shoemaker Building