Postdoctoral Resident | Denu’s professional interests focus on anxiety, depression, eating concerns, life transitions, identity development, and emotional distress related to chronic or acute medical illness.
The annual tuition deadline is a source of anxiety and stress for many college students twice a year. Tuition and fees at public four-year universities increased by 13 percent between 2010 and 2015 (CollegeBoard.org). The expense of tuition is piled on top of books, housing, food, and other miscellaneous expenses. If you’re worried about making […]
The semester is winding down, summer is coming up, and you’re looking forward to a well-deserved break. Ask yourself what you did this past semester, and reevaluate what you can do for the new school year! Set goals and keep yourself on track to get there as you prepare for a fresh start. This year, […]
It’s that time of the semester again. Are you in finals mode? 3 weeks before: Mentally prepare. Make a schedule. Set some goals Get organized. Especially if you’ve fallen behind, now’s a good time to reevaluate and get back on track. Do you have your exam dates written down? What does your finals schedule look […]
You’re over halfway there! First rounds of midterms are through, spring break is just ahead, and you’re starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. But with all that may come a growing workload, dwindling motivation, more erratic sleeping habits and heightened stress. Sound familiar to you? Try some of these tips […]
With midterms winding down and the semester nearing a close, the anticipation for Thanksgiving break surely begins to mount.
Want to get more active but don’t know how? Try experimenting with exercise in Kines 145: Choosing to Move. This unique, 2-credit course aims to inform students of general exercise principles, how to get up and moving, and the effects of regular exercise on everyday life. As a busy student, making the time to exercise […]
So, Badgers. It’s the last week of classes. As you’re handing in projects and wrapping up lectures, it starts to sink in: finals are next week. Before things get hectic, take this last week to plan some relaxation strategies that will keep you at your best next week. 1. Make an Oasis. After spending hours […]
How Badgers beat the winter blues It’s that time of year when we at UW-Madison begin to wonder, will the spring ever show its warm face again? A lot of Badgers have slowly crept into a state of hibernation, characterized by more sleeping, more eating, less happy, and inevitably less healthy. The winter’s dwindling daytime […]
Photo credit: Jeff Miller, University Communications Welcome to the beginning of a new semester! Whether you’re a brand new Badger or a seasoned campus pro, a new semester still means dealing with all the craziness life throws at you. Class deadlines, roommate tiffs, and a busy schedule can lead to stress—lots of it. Continuous stress […]