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Arizona State University
- ASU CareerWise. Personal resilience resource for graduate women in science and engineering.
- Phoenix Flops. A documentary short about overcoming failure and being resilient.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Portraits of Resilience. At once a photo essay and a compendium of life stories, Portraits of Resilience brings us face to face with twenty-two extraordinary individuals, celebrating the wisdom they have gained on the front line of a contemporary battle.
- Navigating College With Resilience. A series of videos interviewing students about topics such as struggling with academic interests, managing time, and going out of state for college.
St. Joseph's University
- Rebound Program. Saint Joseph's University program for academically challenged first-year students.
- The Story of Failure. Cross campus collaboration to support students in normalizing failure and growing resilience.
University of Otago
Uiversity of Pennsylvania
- PennFaces - The Resilience Project. University of Pensylvania. Stories of successes and failures, ups and downs, hardships and self-discoveries - fostering resilience and open dialigue on campus.
University of Toronto Scarborough
- Strengths-Based Resilience. The Strengths-Based Resilience program is designed to help you develop resilience, defined as the ability to cope with adversity. The program invites you to reflect actively on your experiences that demonstrate various aspects of your resilience.
University of Washington
The links in the Resource Library have been submitted by members of the Academic Resilience Consortium and represent resilience-related activities on their campuses -- programs, research, handouts, online materials, etc. If you are a member of the Academic Resilience Consortium and would like to submit a link to the Resources Library, or to add/edit links you have already submitted, click here.
Resources below are listed alphabetically by school. As you browse, it might be helpful to consider each link in terms of:
- TOPIC (e.g., academics, career/major, mptivation/meaning/purpose, personal development, personalityattitudes, rejection/adversity, self-care/coping, social justice, and issues of success and failure),
- TYPE (e.g., assessment tools, courses or class assignments, events/displays, handouts/presentations, articles/reports/research, news/PR, programs/interventions, quotable quotes, videos/interviews/narratives, and website/blogs/podcasts), and
- SETTING (e.g., large or small institution, designed for a particular student population, etc.