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Balance & Resilience

Pie with Deans

Pie with the Deans sessions are open to any graduate or professional student to chat with the deans at the Graduate School. Stop by for pie and an informal visit with the Graduate School deans.  Come and go as needed. 

Pie with Deans

Pie with the Deans sessions are open to any graduate or professional student to chat with the deans at the Graduate School. Stop by for pie and an informal visit with the Graduate School deans.  Come and go as needed. 

Time Out! Summer Bash: Pizza, ice cream, activities for kids and adults

With summer in full force, the Time Out Program is sponsoring our first ever Summer Bash!  Designed for our students with children and their families, we invite you to join us!  We will have pizza and make your own ice cream sundaes (with Cornell Dairy) for the entire group.  Cornell's Touchdown the Bear will be making a special visit; bring your cameras.  Children will then be supervised for play activity by the Cornell Child Care Center (if good weather, they will be outside).  During this time, parents will be able to network and talk informally with one another.  At the end of the eveni

Time Out: Child development under 5 years

How many times during the day have you asked yourself, “is my child normal”?”  This session is designed to allow participants to hear directly from the experts as they share examples of behavior that is typical of children under 5 years old and help to expand the continuum of what normal really looks like.  Experts will offer feedback to individual parent concerns, along with providing many experienced based examples of addressing the questions of child development.  Whether you have a child under 5 and want to hear what the experts have to say or perhaps you are b

Time Out: Stress (management) in the family

Let’s face it, having kids can be stressful.  On top of that, being a Cornell student can be challenging, along with perhaps having a partner with you on this journey.  Have you wondered how stress can impact a family unit?  What does stress look like to our children?  More importantly, how can families better manage stress to support their children and themselves?  Our guest expert will lead a frank discussion about the impact of stress in the family and what family units can do to better help support one another.  Presenter:  Catherine Thrasher-Carroll, Cornell H

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