Development Within the Family
Short Session II (July 2-July 30)
Ecological approach to individual development and interpersonal relationships through consideration of family processes across the life span. Practice in application of principles.
At the beginning of the course, several conceptual frameworks and theories that explain family behaviors and relationships will be introduced, so students will understand the dynamics of family interaction. Through the remainder of the course, concepts related to interpersonal relationships and family will provide students with basic life skills that can be used to enhance the quality of their lives. Since family relationship issues are continually changing throughout the lifespan due to changes in family composition, family roles, and family crises, students will develop an understanding of all aspects of family interaction that will connect to many dimensions of their lives.
Instructor: Kate Morrissey Stahl, MA, MSW, LCSW
We Are What We Eat! How Your Gut Influences Your Overall Health
Short Session II (July 2-July 30)
The course emphasizes how what we put into our gut influences the signals sent from the gut to the nervous, immune, and metabolic systems. This course will also cover how these signals become altered during metabolic disease such as obesity, and how these changes then impact the gut microbiome. Prerequisite: BIOL 1103 or BIOL 1107 or permission of department.
As a non-profit organization, the International Cherry Blossom Festival relies heavily on volunteers and interns. Linda Maddox, Executive Director of Central City Park, the “hub” of the festival, is still seeking full-time interns, especially for Spring 2016.
Ms. Maddox needs mature, personable, motivated people with an understanding of event planning and/or a willingness to learn. These people must be comfortable working alone and with others. Following are more details about the internships:
Ms. Maddox’s team works year-round and builds the Festival from the ground up. According to Ms. Maddox, “It’s really quite a bit of magic – hard work, but hopefully the most fun you can have working.” Next year’s Cherry Blossom Festival dates are March 25-April 3, 2016. She can use interns year-round, but primarily during the fall months and at the start of the new year, January through April.
If you are interested, please contact Linda Maddox at Lmaddox@cherryblossom.com or (478) 330-7057.
2015 Judson Women's Leadership Conference
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
The Judson Women's Leadership Conference was created to help young women, entering or already in the workforce, achieve greatness in their lives by providing insight and tools which will help them become leaders in their respective fields. This full day conference has been designed to create a great learning environment to share and analyze the unique strengths, challenges, and opportunities facing women. Participants will discover powerful strategies to move their leadership forward as they interact with peers and deepen understandings of the practices of successful women. FREE WITH STUDENT ID.
Visit this link for more information and to register.
Saturday @ the Rock: Backyard Beekeeping
Saturday, June 20, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Rock Eagle 4-H Center
Saturday @ the Rock is an environmental education program at Rock Eagle. It is open to participants of all ages. Each scheduled Saturday they host a program on a different topic of interest.
With a variety of uses, honey has been harvested for centuries. Beekeeping is still practiced today using traditional methods mixed with modernized tools. On June 20, join Putnam County Extension Coordinator, Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent, and beekeeping expert, Keith Fielder, as he teaches participants the basics of backyard beekeeping and offers advice on how to start and maintain a colony. Cost is $5.
Check out the FACS Events page for a complete listing of everything going on this month.
These influential leaders helped shape the future of the college
Study Away (international and domestic) scholarships help cover the cost of your trip.
The UGA Student Dietetic Association is an organization run by students majoring in dietetics.
Final Day at Ridge Hospital
10 surgeries, a live birth, and scrubbed into a C-section....what a time