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TCU Extended Education is offering a free educational series called “Come On, Get Happy” to the public.
TCU Extended Education is offering a free educational series called “Come On, Get Happy” to the public.

 

TCU Extended Education Offers a New Online Series, “Come On, Get Happy”

May 12, 2020

Quarantine got you down? COVID-19 worries adding to the stay-at-home blues?

In the spirit of #TCUTogether, Extended Education is offering the community a free online educational series called “Come On, Get Happy.”

Starting June 2, the five-part series will be offered every Tuesday from 7-8 p.m. via Zoom and features a variety of speakers from across campus. Each class will explore a different perspective of happiness and discuss how it applies to your life, culminating in a panel discussion on June 30.

  • June 2 - On Happiness: Philosophical and Religious Perspectives
    • Barbara J. McClure, MDiv., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Practice, Brite Divinity School

  • June 9 - The Psychology and Science of Happiness
    • Timothy Barth, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology

  • June 16 - Economics and Happiness
    • Rob Garnett, Ph.D., Associate Dean and Honors Professor of the Social Sciences in the John V. Roach Honors College

  • June 23 – What Makes Children Happy?
    • Melodi Faris, M.Ed., Ph.D., Lecturer in Early Childhood Education, College of Education

  • June 30 - A Conversation About Happiness
    • The four presenters gather for a moderated conversation about happiness and an audience Q&A.

The course is limited to 300 attendees, though all sessions will be recorded and made available at a later date. So, come on – get happy! Registration is now open: https://bit.ly/gethappyTCU