Conferences · Roundups · Thoughts from Counselors

Post-Secondary Disability Training Institute Wrap-Up

Post-Secondary Disability Training Institute Wrap-Up: How Academic Counseling Promotes Resiliency, Self-Advocacy, and Retention by Brandi Willis Schreiber This year the TECHniques Center is on fire presenting at conferences across the nation! Although it has already been a fabulous year sharing what we do and what we’ve learned with other professionals and institutions, representing Student Disability… Continue reading Post-Secondary Disability Training Institute Wrap-Up

Thoughts from Counselors

How to Conquer the Mid-Semester Slump

By Michael Abbott It is that time of the semester already, and since it is a summer term, we only just began a couple of weeks ago. You may be feeling tired, worn out, and stressed due to the pace of the classes, but hey, you are half-way done! Motivation may be low, but don’t… Continue reading How to Conquer the Mid-Semester Slump

Thoughts from Counselors

The Batman Effect

By Michael Abbott I recently had the opportunity to read a blog post reporting on researcher Stephanie Carlson’s recent findings between pretend play and executive functioning. In this blog post Carlson discusses how she and her colleagues came up with the idea to have children pretend to be Batman including wearing a cape while performing… Continue reading The Batman Effect

Campus Engagement · Thoughts from Counselors

Summer Success through Internships and Shadowing

By Katie Ericson, Senior Academic Counselor Summer. What a wonderful time of year! School’s out for the summer, the pools are open, and trips with family and friends are scheduled. But there’s still work to be done! While many students find this time of year to put school on pause, maybe take a summer class… Continue reading Summer Success through Internships and Shadowing