Introductory guide to resilience and wellbeing for undergraduate physics students
A new resource to help you make the most of your time at university.
Your time at university should be a great experience – it is an opportunity to forge new and lasting friendships, gain new skills, and develop a deeper and richer knowledge of physics. The perception is that you’ll work hard and play hard, join some clubs, gain those all-important employability skills, and mostly, you’ll be happy. However, we recognise at times you may encounter stressful and challenging situations but, with support, you can take action to positively overcome these.
The Institute of Physics and the White Rose Industrial Physics Academy have collaborated to produce this introductory guide to resilience and wellbeing for undergraduate physics students. This short guide contains information to help you develop and maintain your resilience and wellbeing. It will support you to deal with setbacks, embrace change and make the most of your time at university.
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