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KHA Introduces Fall 2017 Workshop Series Designed for Students by Students
October 27, 2017
The Keystone Honors Academy launched the "CU Student to Student Workshop Series," as a new programming initiative for fall 2017. The series is designed to inform, engage and model essential academic, co-curricular and life skills to students across the University. Each workshop is completely designed, developed and delivered by a student or group of students enrolled in the Keystone Honors Academy who have mastered a particular area of expertise and are excited about sharing it with their peers. The insightful student lead workshops were well received, having collectively seen over 100 Cheyney University students, staff and faculty as audience members.
The programming kicked off on Thursday, September 14, with "Timing is Everything", a presentation facilitated by with a presentation from KHA sophmore Joi Oliver which gave students first-hand insight, tips and tools on time management.
Junior Megan Sowersby, followed with "The Sky's The Limit" on Thursday, September 21, where she discussed how to find, apply and get the most of a study abroad experience.
During the presentation, "Reflections From A Trip to Belize" junior Veronica Becerra and senior, Shaneka Briggs shared their life-changing experience while studying abroad in Belize during summer 2017.