Tag Archives: Suzanne Lagemann

Freshman Transition Expert’s Tip of the Month – April

Now that you are back from Spring break and are awaiting the first signs of Spring, hopefully sooner than later, it’s time to think about planning! Planning what, you might ask? Well, planning out that the last six weeks (or … Continue reading

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Freshman Transition Expert’s Tip of the Month – March

“Go Easy on Yourself” I would like to share with you this article from The New York Times website. It discusses how one should “Go Easy on Yourself” and to remember that self-compassion can help with accepting yourself for the … Continue reading

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First Year Transition Expert’s Tip of the Month – February

After a few weeks into the semester, I discuss Time Management with my students in my New Student Seminar. Many of my students find this topic the most helpful because no one manages their time perfectly and learning a few … Continue reading

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Freshman Transition Expert – Happiness and Joy abound in 2011 if you know where to look

January 2011 First year Transition Lately, I have been reading about success and happiness. Throughout my readings, I found myself asking, “Why search for happiness? Why do people talk about finding more happiness?” With the start of the new year, … Continue reading

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Freshman Transition Expert’s Tip of the Month – December

Finals have either begun or will begin soon for you. This is the end to a ‘first’ experience in your life. Finals represent the chance for you to demonstrate all that you have learned and acquired over the last 3 … Continue reading

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