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Reminder - EA Submissions due February 21 by NOON

 

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From: Jasminka Vujic
To: Ringling College Staff (Full-time), Full Time and Visiting Full Time Faculty, Part Time and Long-Term Part Time Faculty, Staff with Faculty Status
Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Subject: Reminder - EA Submissions due February 21 by NOON

Recruiter - Electronic Arts, Inc

ELIGIBILITY: EA is looking for a UI Artist Intern. Think motion design, graphic design, or even illustrators of visual studies with an interest in UI. See job description on College Central!

Also, EA is looking for a Full time position of a UI Artist. All seniors and alumni are encouraged to apply.

SUBMISSIONS: Submit to the listing clearly labeled: ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS FOR EA - SUBMIT HERE with BOTH your resume and portfolio linked and set to visible no later than Thursday, February 21st by NOON.

INTERVIEWS: The students should check their OCI Status on College Central by 4:30 pm on Monday, February 25. The interviews will take place on Tuesday, February 26 in the afternoon.

Check College Central job and event postings for more information! 


Spring Break Trip Sign-Ups Today!!

 

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From: Kathryn Cuff
To: Ringling College Students
Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Subject: Spring Break Trip Sign-Ups Today!!

There will be two day trips held during spring break. Ticket Sales for BOTH events will begin on Wednesday, February 20th at 8:30am.  Please read below for more information:

Florida Aquarium

Trip to the Florida Aquarium on Monday, March 11, 2019.  Limit of one ticket per person.  Ticket price is $40.00.  Aquarium admission, admission for Dolphin Boat Tour, and Bus transportation is included in ticket price. 

Students will be emailed a waiver that needs to be filled out to complete trip registration. Students need to complete emailed waiver in order to complete trip registration.  Health insurance information will be needed to complete the waiver. Limit of one ticket per person, tickets cannot be purchased for others. 

Ticket is non-refundable once purchased. Buses will depart from the Sculpture Lot (Corner of US41/Tamiami Trail and MLK) promptly at 9am.  We will be leaving the Aquarium at 5pm and should be back on campus around 6:15pm.

To purchase go to Ringling Portal -> Student Life -> Student Activities and Leadership -> Student Activities Trip Sign-Ups

Busch Gardens - Zoo and Amusement Park

Trip to Busch Gardens on Wednesday, March 13, 2019.  Limit of one ticket per person.  Ticket price is $50.00.  Bus transportation is provided and included in ticket price.  Students will be emailed a waiver that needs to be filled out to complete trip registration. Health insurance information will be needed to complete the waiver.

Limit of one ticket per person, tickets cannot be purchased for others.  Ticket is non-refundable once purchased. Buses will depart from the Sculpture Lot (Corner of US41/Tamiami Trail and MLK) promptly at 9am.  We will be leaving the Park at 7pm and should be back on campus around 8pm.

To purchase go to Ringling Portal -> Student Life -> Student Activities and Leadership -> Student Activities Trip Sign-Ups

for more information, visit the Corq App or contact kcuff@ringling.edu 


CORRECTION: Board of Trustees Meeting Parking Notification for Tomorrow, February 21, 2019

 

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From: Kerry Schaffer
To: Ringling College Students, Staff (Full-time), Staff (Part-time and Temporary), Full Time and Visiting Full Time Faculty, Part Time and Long-Term Part Time Faculty, Staff with Faculty Status
Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Subject: CORRECTION: Board of Trustees Meeting Parking Notification for Tomorrow, February 21, 2019

PARKING

Please be aware that parking on campus will be impacted on Thursday, February 21, 2019 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for a meeting of our Board of Trustees.

Spaces in the parking lot on the east side of the Christ-Janer Center will be reserved for our Trustees.

Please keep these parking limitations in mind when coming to campus for work or classes tomorrow.  We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

Thank you. 


Study Abroad Session For Fine Arts and Graphic Design Students, February 25, 11:30AM

 

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From: Heather Gibson
To: Ringling College Students, Staff, Full Time and Visiting Full Time Faculty, Part Time and Long-Term Part Time Faculty, Staff with Faculty Status
Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Subject: Study Abroad Session For Fine Arts and Graphic Design Students, February 25, 11:30AM


From: Amy Pettengill, Director of International Student Affairs

Please join us to hear exchange student Jamy Gallmann talk about the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

Semester Study Abroad options are available to Fine Arts and Graphic Design majors. The session will be held on Monday, February 25 at 11:30 a.m. in Room 314 of the Goldstein Library. Lunch will be provided. 


Photography and Imaging Visiting Artist Talk By John Ganis, February 21, 11:30AM

 

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From: Heather Gibson
To: Ringling College Students, Staff, Full Time and Visiting Full Time Faculty, Part Time and Long-Term Part Time Faculty, Staff with Faculty Status, Faculty with Emeritus Status
Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Subject: Photography and Imaging Visiting Artist Talk By John Ganis, February 21, 11:30AM
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From: Thomas Carabasi, Department Head, Photography and Imaging 

The Photography and Imaging Department hosts visiting artist John Ganis, noted fine art photographer and author, who will give an artist talk on Thursday, February 21, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. on the first floor of the Cooley Photography Center. All are welcome to attend; lunch will be served.

Bio:
John Ganis received his M.F.A. in Photography from The University of Arizona, where he studied with Harold Jones, Todd Walker and W. Eugene Smith. He was a professor of Photography at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit from 1980 to 2018, and is currently living and working in Florida. He is the author of two books documenting the effects of both land use and climate change on the landscape of the United States: Consuming the American Landscape and America's Endangered Coasts: Photographs from Texas to Maine. Images by John Ganis have also been included in the books Land Matters: Landscape Photography, Culture and Identity by Liz Wells, and Undermining: A Wild Ride Through Land Use, Politics, and Art in the Changing West by Lucy Lippard. Photographs by John Ganis are included in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, The Detroit Institute of Arts, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Center for Creative Photography, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and The Art Institute of Chicago.

Attached Image: 
Beach Houses Destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, Ocean Ave., Mantoloking, NJ, 2013


The Larry Thompson Academic Center Spring Semester Hours

 

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From: Karen Wetherby
To: Ringling College Students, Staff, Full Time and Visiting Full Time Faculty, Part Time and Long-Term Part Time Faculty
Date: Monday, February 18, 2019
Subject: The Larry Thompson Academic Center Spring Semester Hours

The Larry Thompson Academic Center will be open beginning Monday, January 14, 2019 on the following schedule:

Mon.

Tues.

Wednes.

Thurs.

Fri.

Sat.

Sun.

7:30AM

7:30AM

7:30AM

7:30AM

7:30AM

7:30AM

7:30AM

2:00AM

2:00AM

2:00AM

2:00AM

10:00PM

10:00PM

2:00AM

Labs and Studios that are open during extended building hours:
2nd - none
3rd - 307, 310, 316, 321
4th - 407, 408, 412, 413, 418, 419
5th - 507, 508, 510, 511, 517, 518, 521

The Institutional Photo Studio is now located in room 516. 

Lab Protocols
NO food or drink in the computer labs.
Buddy system after midnight.
Carry RCAD identification at all times.
NEVER prop any door open .
Maintain a CLEAN and orderly work environment.
No Pets.
No use of projection and audio systems.
Use the Public Safety escort services when arriving and leaving facilities late at night. Officers make security escorts a priority during the hours of darkness, but cannot be of assistance if they do not get a call.

Reminder:
The 24-Hour Open Lab is located in the new Alfred R. Goldstein Library.


Basch Visual Arts Center Evening and Weekend Hours

 

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From: Karen Wetherby
To: Ringling College Students, Staff, Full Time and Visiting Full Time Faculty, Part Time and Long-Term Part Time Faculty
Date: Monday, February 18, 2019
Subject: Basch Visual Arts Center Evening and Weekend Hours

The Basch Visual Arts Center will be open evenings and weekends on the following schedule:

Mon. Tues. Wednes. Thurs. Fri. Sat. Sun.
Closes at Closes at Closes at Closes at Closes at 12:00 Noon 12:00 Noon
MIDNIGHT MIDNIGHT MIDNIGHT MIDNIGHT 6:30PM 8:00PM 8:00PM

Rooms available:
First-year classrooms 135, 201, 202, 212, 213
Check with technicians for schedules of individual shops and darkroom.
Room 319 on modified schedule for Visual Studios majors only.

Lab Protocols
NO food or drink in the computer labs.
Buddy system after midnight.
Carry RCAD identification at all times.
NEVER prop any door open.
Maintain a CLEAN and orderly work environment.
No Pets.
No use of projection and audio systems.
Use the Public Safety escort services when arriving and leaving facilities late at night. Officers make security escorts a priority during the hours of darkness, but cannot be of assistance if they do not get a call.



Apply Now to be a TEACHING ASSISTANT for PreCollege or Summer

 

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From: Diane Zorn
To: Ringling College Students, Full Time and Visiting Full Time Faculty, Part Time and Long-Term Part Time Faculty, Staff with Faculty Status, Academic Affairs Management
Date: Monday, February 18, 2019
Subject: Apply Now to be a TEACHING ASSISTANT for PreCollege or Summer
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Applications for Teaching Assistants for PreCollege 2018, June 18-July 21, are being accepted NOW at Continuing Studies (SCS). 

Students with good scholastic standing, that want to assist faculty in this credit-bearing academic intensive for high school students 16-18 years old, are encouraged to apply.

Teaching Assistants (TAs) work approximately 20-25 hours per week for 5 weeks. Duties include pre-program training and preparation, assisting faculty in class, monitoring and working directly with students in open studios, participating in faculty/staff exhibition, attending academic field trips and co-curricular programs as assigned. TAs must be available to work days and evenings, Sun-Sat. Housing +/or an equivalent stipend are available during the training and program.

PreCollege TAs earn $10/hr plus housing or a housing stipend equal to the value of housing for the 5-week appointment. 

Learn more about PreCollege at www.ringling.edu/precollege. See the job posting on College Central https://www.collegecentral.com/ringling/. 

Your statement of experience +/or resume is required as well as contact information for two faculty references.

The application form is attached, and available in hard copy at Continuing Studies at Roskamp Center #204, or by email request to scs@ringling.edu, or at Career Services.

The deadline to apply is March 16. APPLY NOW!

Email application to: scs@ringling.edu

Drop off at Continuing Studies: Roskamp Center #204

Questions: email scs@ringling.edu or call 941-955-8866. 

Candidates selected to be invited for an interview will be contacted by March 22. Hires for this position will be subject to a background check.

Applicants will also be considered for TA positions for Summer Immersions and/or Summer Studios, June 03-July 27. Housing is not included with Summer programs TA positions.


Green Ambassadors and SGA Present: "Green Week"

 

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From: Jekeyma Robinson
To: Ringling College Students, Staff, Full Time and Visiting Full Time Faculty
Date: Monday, February 18, 2019
Subject: Green Ambassadors and SGA Present: "Green Week"

Greetings,

In efforts to educate on sustainable living practices and raise awareness, Green Ambassadors and SGA are celebrating "Green Week" this week.  Please see the list of activities below:

Art Plastique ??? Plastic Bottle vs. Mason Jar Exchange 

Monday, February 18, 11:30 am

Bring a plastic water bottle and contribute to the installation. Get a free Mason Jar!

Scott???s Plaza

Bubble up! ??? a soap making party

Tuesday, February 19, 7 pm

Handmade custom soap made by you!

AC 413 ??? Process Room

Succulent in a bottle ??? DIY Plastic  Bottle Planter 

Thursday, February 21, 11:30

Learn how to make a simple planter from a plastic bottle. Get a free baby succulent!

Scott???s Plaza

Acoustic Open Mic

Friday, February 22, 7 pm

Enjoy Ringling???s Talents at the moonlight while eating smores.

Lawn behind BVAC

Green Printing ??? tote-lly amazing

Sunday, February 24, 1 pm

Learn how to screenprint more sustainably and get a free tote.

AC 413 ??? Process Room

Please let me know if you have any questions!

Thanks,
Jekeyma Robinson 

 


Awesome, Inc Submissions

 

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From: Jasminka Vujic
To: Ringling College Students, Staff (Full-time), Full Time and Visiting Full Time Faculty, Part Time and Long-Term Part Time Faculty, Staff with Faculty Status
Date: Friday, February 15, 2019
Subject: Awesome, Inc Submissions

Recruiter - Awesome Inc

Ashley Kohler (EP & President) and Craig Sheldon (Director of Design) of Awesome, Inc will be on campus giving a presentation and conducting interviews.

 

PRESENTATION: Friday, February 22nd, 11:30 am - 12:15 pm in Library 113.

SUBMISSIONS: Applicants should submit their resume with a link to their portfolio (include password if necessary) to https://goo.gl/forms/vvCuJ0Lg1NiLcd8W2 no later than 12:00 pm (noon) on Wednesday, February 20th. In person submissions are NOT required.

 

ELIGIBILITY: All years and majors are welcome to apply. Candidates should have a strong knowledge of graphic design, composite, typography, and 2D animation. Knowledge of After Effects, Photoshop, and Illustrator are necessary. Please refer to the job description for further details.

 

INTERVIEWS: Those chosen for an interview will be notified by 4:30 pm on Thursday, February 21st. Interviews will take place all day Friday, February 22nd. To find out whether you were selected for an interview, you must log in to College Central and click the left-hand navigation button that says ???CHECK OCI STATUS.??? If you were selected, it will indicate the time of your interview. If you are not, it will say ???not selected.???

Please check College Central Events for more information.

 


Career Services Events for the Next Week - Feb 18-22

 

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From: Jasminka Vujic
To: Ringling College Students, Staff (Full-time), Full Time and Visiting Full Time Faculty, Part Time and Long-Term Part Time Faculty, Staff with Faculty Status
Date: Friday, February 15, 2019
Subject: Career Services Events for the Next Week - Feb 18-22

February 19

INSIGHT 2019 FOR YOU

February 19 is Faculty Professional Day (no classes), so plan to participate in your Student Professional Day! This annual event brings professional artists and company representatives (including alumni) from a variety of backgrounds to campus to share experiences, expertise and industry INSIGHTS with you.

SCHEDULE: 12:00 pm - Keynote Speaker Mike Inman

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm - INSIGHT event - over 30 company reps and art professionals for you to speak with, including 14 Ringling alumni

For more information, please visit College Central Events

Recruiter Interviews - PIXAR

Interviews will take place in the Library, second floor, room 235 on February 19 and 20.

February 20

Recruiter Interviews - PIXAR

Interviews will take place in the Library, second floor, room 235 on February 19 and 20.

For more information please visit College Central Events

Recruiter - Disney TV Animation

Serah Vieira and Lexie Fleischmann will be on campus giving a presentation and conducting interviews.

PRESENTATION: Wednesday, February 20, 11:30 am - 12:15 pm at the Academic Auditorium

For more information please visit College Central Events

February 21

Recruiter - Disney TV Animation

INTERVIEWS will take place on February 21. Those selected for the interviews will be notified on Monday, Feb 18 by 4:30.

 For more information please visit College Central Events

February 22

Recruiter - Awesome, Inc

PRESENTATION: Friday, February 22, 11:30 am - 12:15 pm

For details visit College Central Events 

 


18th Annual Women???s Exhibition

 

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From: Betsy Trejo
To: Ringling College Students, 4th Year Students, 1st Year Students, 2nd Year Students, 3rd Year Students, Staff, Full Time and Visiting Full Time Faculty, Part Time and Long-Term Part Time Faculty, Staff with Faculty Status, Academic Affairs Management, Acad. Affairs Assistants, AMS Test
Date: Friday, February 15, 2019
Subject: 18th Annual Women???s Exhibition
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CALL TO RINGLING COLLEGE ARTISTS (Faculty, Staff and Students)!

18th Annual Women???s Exhibition

Please, join us in recognizing and celebrating Women's History Month and Women in the Arts!

  • Receiving Dates: Monday, February 18th ??? Friday, February 22nd  | Robert Perkins Student Life ??? Front Desk
  • Exhibition Dates: Friday, March 1st ??? Friday, March 29th | Robert Perkins Student Life Wing Gallery
  • Closing Reception: Thursday, March 28th 11:30am | Robert Perkins Student Life Wing
  • Requirements: All mediums accepted and welcomed! Content must be related to women. Submission entry form to be completed at time of receiving.

This special exhibit originated in 2002 to celebrate the history of women in the arts by Student Life's Reenie Page, Selby Gallery's Laura Avery, and revered former faculty member of Fine Arts, Roxie Thomas Location: Robert Perkins Student Life Wing, 2nd Floor of the Ulla Searing Student Center We look forward to the celebration!


New Faculty Workshop Series: Teaching and Learning Lab

 

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From: Kristina Keogh
To: Ringling College Staff (Full-time), Staff (Part-time and Temporary), Staff, Full Time and Visiting Full Time Faculty, Part Time and Long-Term Part Time Faculty, Staff with Faculty Status
Date: Thursday, February 14, 2019
Subject: New Faculty Workshop Series: Teaching and Learning Lab
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Dear RCAD Faculty,

The Goldstein Library is excited to introduce a new pedagogy workshop series, Teaching and Learning Lab (TALL). This new series, facilitated by RCAD Instructional Design Librarians Claire Kapoun and Andrew Wang, will provide a space for participants to discuss and share teaching concepts and techniques. The goal of TALL is to promote more mindful and student-centered pedagogical practice, as well as to strengthen the teaching community at RCAD. All faculty are welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be provided; brown bag lunches encouraged.

The first TALL meeting will focus on Lesson Planning and Backward Design. We will be meeting in Room 235 in the Goldstein Library on Tuesday, March 5 from 11:30am-12:30pm. We recommend going over some readings/video clips prior to the session, but it's not required: https://ringling.libguides.com/lab/lesson. Please RSVP to research@ringling.edu.

Hope to see you then!


SPECIAL VALENTINE'S DAY SCREENING OF HITCHCOCK'S VERTIGO

 

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From: Susan Trovas
To: Ringling College Liberal Arts Faculty
Date: Monday, February 11, 2019
Subject: SPECIAL VALENTINE'S DAY SCREENING OF HITCHCOCK'S VERTIGO

Big Screen Film Series  -  Everyone is invited!

SPECIAL VALENTINE'S DAY SCREENING OF HITCHCOCK'S VERTIGO

Where: Academic Center Auditorium 

When:  Thursday, February 14, 7:00 pm

Don't have a date for Valentine's Day? Spend it with us as we celebrate the 60th anniversary of Hitchcock's masterpiece.

Dr. Stan Tsigounis, currently teaching a course on film & psychoanalysis at New College, and Dr. Christopher Wilson, Ringling's architecture and design historian, will be on hand to introduce the film from two unique perspectives.

The plot: The usual affable Jimmy Stewart, best remembered as George Bailey in the sentimental It's a Wonderful Life, plays a man obsessed with his client's wife. Stewart's usual guy-next-door persona was subversively undermined by Hitchcock when he cast the star in this role.

 Questions? Contact Susan Doll at sdoll@c.ringling.edu or Del Jacobs at djacobs@c.ringling.edu


Join Students of Color Alliance (SOCA) and Campus Activities in Celebration of Black History Month!

 

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From: Jekeyma Robinson
To: Ringling College Students, Staff, Full Time and Visiting Full Time Faculty
Date: Friday, February 8, 2019
Subject: Join Students of Color Alliance (SOCA) and Campus Activities in Celebration of Black History Month!
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Good Afternoon, Ringling College Community,

Please find the attached flyer showcasing several events that are being sponsored by the Students of Color Alliance in celebration of Black History Month, as well as the movie series sponsored by C.A.B.  Another email will be sent about additional events taking place!

For more information about these events, please email SOCA at soca.ringling@gmail.edu.

Thanks,
Jekeyma Robinson 


Potential Summer Courses

 

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From: Justin Selph
To: Ringling College Students
Date: Friday, February 1, 2019
Subject: Potential Summer Courses

Hello students,

As you begin thinking about your summer plans we wanted to let you know we are planning on offering several courses this summer, they are listed below. The summer semester will begin May 21 and run through June 28. They are all 3 credit courses and will be billed at the part-time rate of $1,970 per credit hour. The courses will need 10 students to run and will have a maximum of 15 students in each.

We will have more information closer to registration time including day/times of the courses.

ELEC 286X Animal Drawing - Drawing techniques in animal anatomy and structure. Emphasis on gesture prepares students to engage in creating artwork depicting animals in motion and with personality. Several field trips will provide live animal drawing opportunities. Examines animals depictions in art history as well as exploring the latest science discoveries and conservation efforts. Pre-requisite(s): MEDA Figure I & II

ELEC 285X Realtime Visual Effects for Games - In this hands-on studio class, students will explore, experiment, and gain firsthand knowledge of the purpose and practice of creating visual effects for real-time games.  Emphasis will be placed on the analysis of motion in nature and the principles of animation through the lens of preparing and choreographing effects sequences. The student will learn workflows, processes and how to utilize Maya, Houdini, and the Cascade Editor in the Unreal engine to create real-time effects. Students will also increase their knowledge of performance and optimization technical terminology including overdraw, draw calls, shader complexity, particle and emitter counts. Prerequisite(s): GAME 221

ELEC 380X Creature Animation - Advanced study of character animation, with an emphasis on body dynamics, such as locomotion cycles, climbing, falling, dying, and fighting, as applied to bipeds as well as non-bipedal creatures, including horses, cats, insects, birds, and snakes. Introduction to animating CG characters interacting with live-action counterparts. Prerequisite(s): ANIM222 or GAME222

GAME 280 Physically Based Materials & Procedurals - Instruction on Physically Based Rendering (PBR) Materials and Procedurals. Utilizing industry leading software packages, students will develop stunning surface definitions by way of functions, vectors, and node systems. With this knowledge, students create visually sophisticated and dynamic materials that push the limits of the latest technology available. Pre-requisite GAME 222 or equivalent. 


Support Groups | Starting this week at the Peterson Counseling Center

 

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From: Heather Murray
To: Ringling College Students, Staff, Full Time and Visiting Full Time Faculty, Part Time and Long-Term Part Time Faculty
Date: Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Subject: Support Groups | Starting this week at the Peterson Counseling Center
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SUPPORT GROUPS AT THE PETERSON COUNSELING CENTER
All students are welcome!

WEDNESDAY

Transgender Support Group
11:30 a.m. ??? 12:45 p.m.
This group is for individuals who identify as FTM and MTF. The group addresses a variety of topics from hormone treatment to navigating different spaces.
*If interested, please contact Center for details regarding location.* 

THURSDAY

Finding Balance: Stress Management Group
11:30 a.m. ??? 12:15 p.m.
At times, college can be really stressful. Attend this group to learn a variety of effective relaxation and coping skills to maintain life balance. Group includes guided relaxation exercises, interacting with registered therapy dog, Tux, mind body techniques, and creative self-care strategies. Carve out an hour of your day to recharge ??? you deserve it!

FRIDAY

Beyond the Binary
11:15 a.m. ??? 12:30 p.m.
This group provides a space for folks who identify as non-binary to find support and community amongst each other and address both concerns and successes.
*If interested, please contact Center for details regarding location.*

Rest and Revive
3:30 p.m. ??? 4:30 p.m. | Fitness Center Group Room
Last Friday of each month: Jan. 25, Feb. 22, Mar. 29, Apr. 26
Through short sequences of restful poses without effort, you will be guided into a peaceful body/mind meditation experience. This class enables students to let go of the stresses of daily demands???including the need to do things right and pressure to achieve. Come and truly let go of physical and mental stress!

Call (941) 893-2855 or email counseling@ringling.edu for more information.