An Opportunity to Gain Wisdom from Some of Liberty’s Greatest Professors
The Graduate Workshops provide Liberty graduate students the opportunity to learn and grow in community alongside each other while hearing wisdom from some of Liberty’s professors and speakers.
The first workshop of the 2022-2023 academic year, titled Resiliency in Leadership, will occur Sept. 15 from 12-1:30 p.m. at the Alumni Ballroom. The goal of the workshop is to learn how to become a more well-rounded leader and how to become more resilient in the different environments a leader may face.
Lunch and giveaways of monthly planners and raglan sleeve T-shirts will be provided, and all students who are either graduates or are in postgraduate programs at Liberty are welcome to attend the event.
The Sept. 15 workshop will be led by Jesse Castro, Liberty’s head wrestling coach.
“The Graduate Workshop is geared to equip Liberty’s graduate and postgraduate students for life outside school,” Eli Stewart, Office of Student Life representative, said. “Faculty and staff from across campus lead engaging workshops that promote leadership, mental health, spiritual well-being, financial literacy and career readiness.”
Graduate student Peter Lundrigan said that opportunities like these help him become more prepared for the workplace after graduation.
“Events … like Graduate Workshops definitely help me gain experience and get me ready to move onto life outside of Liberty,” Lundrigan said.
Graduate Student Life recently announced its series for the remainder of the 2022 semester, with sessions focused around abstract thinking and fundamentals of branding. Graduate Student Life is partnering with Liberty Athletics, the graduate Writing Center and Career Services for these workshops.
For more information, students can visit www.liberty.edu/students/off-campus/graduate/graduate-workshops/.
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