Monthly Archives: June 2016

Design Thinking Promises Life-Changing Results

The New York Times recently published an article about a strategy that has been helping entrepreneurs and engineers develop successful new products and businesses. You’re probably wondering, Well, how does this help me as a student? Well, when used effectively, according to writer Tara Parker-Pope, design thinking can provide a solid foundation for understanding what is blocking you from forming positive habits and achieving your goals, whether academic, career or personal.

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In a Study Rut? Try a Location Change!

Here at Academic Support, we believe that a good study space facilitates effective studying. It is important to pick a study location so that, once you get there, you (and your brain!) knows that it is time to get down to business. This place should be well lit, and free of distractions . . . but how does one find this space?

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