Mindfulness Meditation for Academic Success
Fall 2013 through Winter 2014
Newnan Academic Advising Center
G243 Angell Hall
The Newnan Academic Advising Center
is offering 30 minute, drop-in sessions, twice per week.
Current Mindfulness Meditation research suggests that students who practice mindfulness meditation show improved problem solving and creative thinking skills, improved accuracy on standardized tests, and have increased working memory. Students have reported experiencing less mind-wandering, day dreaming and distractions.
All students are welcome!
Here are some of the benefits that past UM students have reported:
improved academic performance
increased concentration and focus
more effective studying
better decision making
For more information contact:
Denise Kozikowski, PhD