Monday, 17 November 2014

University Chaplain Holding Office Hours at Duncan McArthur

Not sure seeking help from a counsellor is right for you? You might want to try our Chaplain. The University Chaplain, Kate Johnson, will be holding office hours on West Campus on Monday's between 12:30 and 1:30 in room A203. "What is a chaplain?" you might ask. Please see the poster attached for more information.

Friday, 31 October 2014

Happy Halloween...and a Safe One Too!

Since it's Friday and also Halloween (I know we're super lucky this year). I thought it seemed appropriate to show you the cutest baby Halloween costumes of all time!

So please have lots of fun tonight! But also be safe...and just in case COR is open from 10pm to 7am tonight and tomorrow night!

Teacher Candidates: Work/Life Balance

Now that you are in the middle of's time for a check-in! How are you feeling? What does your body feel like? Is there tension in your shoulders? Are you feeling tired? It's time to take a second and check in with yourself. Attached is a quiz that has been developed by the Canadian Mental Health Association. Check it out and then think about what you can do to take care of yourself and find that balance by engaging in some self care. What do you need to do to take care of you?

Monday, 12 May 2014

Grad Writing Space in Faculty of Ed

Be on the look out for news regarding a writing space for Education Graduate Students to work on research. See the attached ad for dates/times and locations...these locations will change as the weeks progress but for now the times will stay the same. Please contact me at for feedback or more information!

Monday, 10 March 2014

Mind Full? Or Mindful? Grad Wellness Evening!

Grad Students, a special Wellness Evening will take place on March 24 from 6-9pm! See the attached advertisement for more info about how to sign up and the deadline!

Thursday, 6 March 2014

Beating the Winter Blahs

Winter is one of the most beautiful seasons. However, some of us may feel they would rather enjoy it by looking out the window from the comfort of  their living room. I think most will agree it's been a tough winter in Kingston this year and perhaps it's time to reframe the way we view winter. Here are some tips to reprogramming the way we think about winter: