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Savvy Student Newsletter:
February 2022

Academic Skills Center's

Savvy Student Newsletter

Have You Seen the Changes on
Your ASC Website?

In our ongoing efforts to support your learning, we have added some new pages to our website! In our Success Strategies pages, we have added new pages including

We've also added a new section to organize our Mindset and Wellness resources with new pages including

Remember, we are adding new resources each month, so be sure to visit often for new strategies to be a Savvy Student!





Embracing the Challenge



Whether you’re an established author with several publications under your belt, or a novice writer working your way through your first academic paper, writing isn’t easy. But, if you adopt the right mindset and recognize that writing is an ongoing process, you’ll enjoy more productive and less stressful writing sessions.

Embracing the Challenge: Three Writing Mantras to Change Your Mindset


Upcoming Events

Learning to Learn

Thursday, February 17, 2022
from 7:00 - 8:00 pm EST

During this webinar, two Walden University peer mentors will help you revamp your study routine with proven strategies for studying more efficiently and learning more deeply.

Register for Learning to Learn

Time Management

Thursday, March 17, 2022
from 7:00 - 8:00 pm EST

Effective time management is an essential academic, professional, and personal skill. During this webinar, two Walden peer mentors will offer advice for setting priorities and getting organized, so that you can achieve your goals.

Register for Time Management

Don't be quickly discouraged by the word "NO" Sometimes rejection is a guide for redirection.
-Abdul Hadi, Walden Student

When it comes to finding internships for Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling, I would suggest looking a year before you begin your practicum. I found that there is a lot of competition in securing an internship with other students in and outside of Walden University. I also highly recommend joining a professional organization in your field of study. In addition to learning more about your major, they also display job openings, open doors to getting letters recommendations, and referrals, and more importantly, meeting new people in your major and an opportunity to network. These tips have helped me tremendously in securing my internships.
-Kendell Flowers, Walden StudentKendell Flowers


Success Strategies

Whether you are looking for strategies for School-Life Balance, Self-Care, or are interested in finding new Learning Strategies and developing your reading skills, we have a variety of resources to help you succeed.


From NVivo PDFs to One-Way ANOVA APA Write-Up videos, our resources cover a wide variety of statistical topics to help you in your coursework. Visit our Statistics Home Page today!


Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office is an essential part of your journey; whether it is formatting in Word or creating a presentation in PowerPoint. Visit our Microsoft Office Page today!


Visit the Academic Skills Center website!




All the Skills You Need to Succeed.

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