OSU-Tulsa Professor to Discuss Research and Tips on Raising Emotionally Resilient Children
Whether it’s bullying, teasing, jealousy, sibling disputes or playground fights, many young people are caught up in conflicts every day and they don’t know how to handle them.
Dr. Amanda Morris, OSU-Tulsa associate professor of human development and family science, will discuss healthy conflict resolution and other issues in her presentation “Raising an Emotionally Resilient Child: What Science Can Tell Us and Some Practical Tips” on Thursday, April 15 at noon in the Helmerich Research Center.
Morris will discuss the latest science on strategies that parents, teachers and caregivers can use to facilitate the development of emotional resilience in children and youth.
Enhance Your Study Skills
OSU-Tulsa’s Learning Services Center will offer a free study skills workshop on Tuesday, March 30 from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in North Hall 153. Workshop topics include time management, studying for exams and effective test-taking tips and strategies.
For more information, call 918-594-8232.
Where Will an OSU Degree Take You?
OSU-Tulsa students graduate from the elementary education degree program with the skills, experience and credentials necessary to make a direct, positive impact on a child’s future. In-demand OSU graduates enjoy challenging and rewarding careers developing young minds and creating life-long learners. Check out what OSU-Tulsa students have to say about their experiences at OSU-Tulsa.