May 9, 2018|Campus Life, Events, Soapbox|

Julie Cosenza – Communication, Learning Disabilities and Higher Education

May 9, 2018|Campus Life, Events, Soapbox|

Let’s face it—no one has ever heard the term dyslexia and felt warm and fuzzy about it. Instead, the term conjures thoughts of deficiency, difficulty, and a fate of academic underachievement. But Julie Cosenza, academic [...]

May 3, 2018|Community, Events, Undergraduate Success Center|

Roadmap to Latino Prosperity Forum at John F. Kennedy University Paves the Way Toward the Future of Latinos and of the United States as a Whole

May 3, 2018|Community, Events, Undergraduate Success Center|

What exactly is Latino prosperity? According to Mara Perez, Founder of Latino Futures, the think-tank-centered initiative fueling the Latino Prosperity Movement, “Latino prosperity is Latino socio-economic prosperity for the wellbeing of Latinos in the United [...]

John Banks And Dr. David Peterzel – The Psychology of Virtual Reality 2.0

As the long-heralded technology enabling virtual reality (VR) hits the mainstream, it is raising an entirely new realm of questions about the nature of self and one’s relation to the world and to others. [...]

Holistic Counseling Studies Graduate Pam Costa Talks Sex and Relationships at TEDX Stanford… and the Thursday Soapbox Here at JFK

How does one go from a high tech career at places like Apple and Facebook to establishing herself as an expert in sex and relationship therapy? Pam Costa’s journey began with addressing her own struggles [...]

April 30, 2018|Community, Holistic Health Education, Soapbox|

Fall Ferguson – Cultivating The Concrete Jungle

April 30, 2018|Community, Holistic Health Education, Soapbox|

People who connect with nature tend to lead healthier and happier lives than people who don’t. In today’s fast-paced society, we have forgotten how to take our proper place in the ecosystem and are [...]

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