What Motivates You?
An evidence-based workshop where you will discover how motivation influences academic success.
Get the most out of university by discovering how you think about it.
This interactive session uses research and insights from the psychology of motivation to support your academic success. Motivation concerns why you do what you do. In the context of higher education, research has shown that some forms of motivation are more strongly related to academic success than others. In this session you will complete a self-assessment that will reveal sources of your own academic motivation and learn how your motivational orientation may affect your satisfaction and success at university.
Click here to register for 1 of 4 options: Monday 31 October, 5-6:30PM | Tuesday 01 November, 3:30-5PM | Wednesday 02 November, 5-6:30PM | Friday 04 November, 3:30-5PM
Brought to you by the seven Colleges and the Arts & Science STEP Forward program
Featuring guest speaker Sean Kinsella, Student Affairs Professional and Professor of Indigenous Studies
Saturday, Oct 29 10-4pm
Register at https://goo.gl/forms/LYn6Pluq48r8spmB2
Enjoy an afternoon full of thousands of pumpkins and tons of fun! There will also be wagon rides, corn mazes, farm animals, live entertainment and so much more!
Sign up starts October 11th at the ICSS Office (Innis College Rm.107) Tickets are FREE! Spots are limited so first come first serve!
On Sunday Oct. 16, we are meeting at Innis Residence at 11:40am, the bus will leave at 12pm, and arrive at the farm at 1pm. We are leaving the farm around 4pm and arrive at Innis residence around 5pm.
This month, it’s all about a HealthyU. Throughout October, we’ll be sharing great tips and valuable advice on eating well, being physically active, taking care of your mental health and staying safe. Plus, there are weekly contests offering sweet prizes like grocery store gift cards, tickets to the Hart House Wizards’ Ball, a Fitbit and more!
And ssh… there might be flash contests too! Keep your eyes peeled for tweet-ups and more!
The grief support sharing circle is an informal drop-in mutual support group for students who have experienced death, as well as students experiencing anticipatory grief.
Oct 18, Nov 15, Jan 17, Feb 28, Mar 21 in Rm 702 Faculty of Social Work from 5:10-7:30pm
More info: griefsupport.utoronto.ca