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by Kalamalama staff

Want to sharpen your skills and improve your academic performance at HPU? The Center for Graduate and Adult Services offers a new program, “Enhance your Educational Experience,” or EEE. It is aimed at assisting adult learners and graduate students reach their educational goals by providing learning support services in a variety of areas.

Starting in spring 2007, these workshops will focus on computer skills, public speaking, and test taking. The first of the series of workshops will take place on Wednesday, February 21, from 5:30–7 p.m. at the center, which is located at 1164 Bishop Street, Suite 911, in the UB building (Finance Factors Center).

“ Students are encouraged to take advantage of these seminars,” said Norma Kop, a Graduate and Adult Services advisor. “They will give students the edge that will help them thrive in their classes.
Kop added that adult learners and graduate students who have many years of professional work experience and may need to readjust to formal classroom settings, will find these workshops beneficial.

“ Adult learners and graduate students have unique personal, professional, and family situations that can sometimes pose challenges to their educational goals,” Kop explained. “The workshops are designed with these specific needs in mind.”

Future EEE topics will include overcoming math anxiety, time management, and health and wellness for a more balanced life.

Subsequent topics include:

• Public Speaking: Wed-nesday, March 14

• Test-Taking Strategies: Wednesday, April 18

Workshops will be held at 5:30 p.m. in the center, unless otherwise noted. Updated information will be available on hpu.edu/graduate and /adult.


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