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Small Group Discussions to Strengthen Resilience in Aftermath of Tragic Events in Texas and Ohio

Many of us may be struggling to understand the recent mass shootings and why such a terrible thing would happen. We may not ever find satisfactory answers to these questions.

We know it’s typical to experience a variety of emotions following tragic events. These feelings can include shock, sorrow, numbness, fear, anger, disillusionment, and grief to name a few. You may feel that the world is a more dangerous place today than you did yesterday.

We have ways to strengthen our resilience — the ability to adapt well in the face of adversity — in the days and weeks ahead. One way is to talk about it.

Flint Campus

  • Monday, August 12 at 2pm in FL 222
  • Wednesday, August 14 at 1pm in FL339
  • Dr. Julia Felton will conduct small group discussion sessions

Grand Rapids Campus

  • Wednesday, August 21, at 12pm in Room 492, Secchia Center
  • Dr. Claudia Finkelstein will conduct small group discussion 

Lansing Campus

  • Thursday, August 29 at 12pm in Room A116, East Fee Hall
  • Dr. Felton will conduct small group discussion 

Together we are stronger.

These sessions are open to all faculty and staff.

If interested, please respond to vince149@msu.edu with the campus, date and time which best suits your schedule.