How an epidemic of stress is overwhelming students — and what you can do about it
GLOBAL WEBCAST - PART 1
This special event—Is College Bad for your Brain?—explores the epidemic of stress overwhelming college-- and what you can do about it. It highlights a university that puts stress-busting meditation at the core of its curriculum. This is the second event in the ChangeMaking Series, hosted by MUM and the David Lynch Foundation (DLF).
GLOBAL WEBCAST - PART 2
Learn how key habits—sleep, exercise, diet and meditation—can help you neutralize the effects of college stress.
Highlighting a university that is reversing this trend by placing stress-busting meditation at the core of its curriculum.
The statistics are sobering. Three out of four students report feeling stressed. 39% of college freshman report symptoms of anxiety or depression. And there has been a 30% rise in mental health support requests.
With Special Guest, Filmmaker & Global Disruptor, David LynchClosing Q & A (Via Skype)
In a desire to create a college environment that nourishes growth, the David Lynch Foundation (DLF) and Maharishi University of Management (MUM) are presenting a major conference to offer disruptive solutions– “Is College Bad For Your Brain?”– on Friday, February 8 on the MUM campus, followed by its global webcast on Wednesday, February 13. A powerful panel of thought-leaders—neuroscientists, educators, psychologists and students–will convene to explore the epidemic of stress that is overwhelming students and what we can all do about it.