Personal Development

Five Wellbeing Resources for Hopkins Students

For many students, academic performance and career building is the highest priority. But sometimes, it is important to take a minute to step back and think about your wellbeing. Do you eat healthy? Do you get enough high-quality sleep? Do …

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Time Management Tips for a Student

Ways to Save Time
Concentrate your time and effort on one subject at a time (your brain can’t multitask!)
Take small breaks to fight boredom and increase concentration
Write notes by hand. This can help with faster internalization of the …

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Explore and grow in JHU Life Long Learning

Learning doesn’t always happen in school or in a classroom. Learning is a life-long process, and Johns Hopkins is here to encourage all those, who feel passion for expanding their horizons, to join the off-school learning process.

To help you …

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Manage Stress With Healthful Eating

Starting a new semester will bring you closer to learning and less intense COVID restrictions will let you see your friends again. But returning to school, especially after a year of online classes, can be stressful. While studying hard is …

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The Key to Reading People

The article was written for The Character Lab in April 2021 by Hunter Gehlbach is a professor of education and the vice dean at the Johns Hopkins School of Education, where he also directs the PhD program. He also serves …

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Take a Minute: How’s Your Self-Care?

Finding energy, motivation to take your life into your own hands

Article by Clifton E. Shambry Jr., Life Design Educator for Diversity and Inclusion

Are you someone who has been contemplating life choices?  Trying to make sense of things?  Want …

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