Are you the one who hates raising your hand in class, even when you know the answer? Do you prefer a few deep friendships over hanging with anyone and everyone? Does your ideal Friday night involve the words “Netflix” and “jammies”? Maybe you’ve always been encouraged to “put yourself out there,” or “stop being so shy.” If this sounds like you, then join your fellow introverts to learn about what it really means to be a “quiet one” in a world that chatters 24/7. You’ll learn about your brain’s physiology, the personality characteristics common to introverts, and how to hack your brain during those times when you need to act like an extrovert. Then, we’ll dive into strategies for getting the most out of your college experience while staying true to who you are.
This Connection is open to all first-year undergraduate students (freshman, transfer, and international).
- Time and Location: Fridays (12:10-1:00PM); South Hall (room TBD)
- Registration: This Connection is full
- Waitlist in AggieLife: Click the link to "RSVP" for the waitlist in AggieLife (https://aggielife.ucdavis.edu/event/5280005). If a spot becomes available, First-Year Aggie Connections will reach out. For help troubleshooting the registration system, please email email@example.com.