Resilience

can be broadly understood as capacities for persistence, creativity, emotional intelligence, grit, cognitive flexibility, risk-taking, agency, adapting to change, delaying gratification, learning from failure, and questioning success.

The Resilience Consortium is an association of faculty, professionals, and students in higher education -- including representatives of learning services, counseling services, advising programs, academic departments, bridge programs, etc. -- who are interested in understanding and promoting student resilience.

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A Symposium on Academic Resilience in Higher Education


November 19-20, 2018
 

Harvard University’s Bureau of Study Counsel has received a grant from a private donor to help fund a symposium on Academic Resilience in Higher Education in collaboration with the Resilience Consortium.

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Browse all materials by type of material, such as Assessment Tools, Handouts, Programs/Interventions, Videos/Narratives, and Scholarship. 

 

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Browse all materials by topic of material, such as Academic Resilience, Personality/Attitudes, Motivation, and Self-Care/Coping.

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Browse all materials by school, to learn more about what different institutions are doing.

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Join the Resilience Consortium.  You are invited to become a member whether or not you contiribute materials to the site.
 

Become a Member

Contribute links to resilience-related resources on your own campus -- programs, research, handouts, online materials, etc.
 

Submit a Resource

View the member directory to identify colleagues at other schools -- or your own school -- with shared interests in student resilience.
 

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