What can adversity, struggle, and failure teach us about success, meaning, identity, resilience, and ultimately, how to Fail Forward?
Come hear local leaders share the setbacks, struggles, and failures they experienced on their paths to success in a panel discussion moderated by Undergraduate Academic Affairs’ Dr. Anne Browning and Dean Ed Taylor.
Wednesday, April 4th
Doors & Dinner – 5 p.m. | Main Event – 5:30-7 p.m.
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Rough midterm? Bad breakup? No idea what your passion is supposed to be? Feel like you’re never going to get that coveted internship? Are you pretty sure that your thesis adviser would rather have a colonoscopy than read through yet another draft of your dissertation proposal? Convinced that you will fall short of your parents’ expectations even if you get into that fancy sounding major?
You are not alone.
Join the UW Resilience Lab for Fail Forward, an evening of storytelling where some of our outstanding UW leaders will share their experiences of success and failure, risk and redemption in a panel discussion moderated by Undergraduate Academic Affairs’ Dr. Anne Browning and Dean Ed Taylor.
Wednesday, April 26th
5 p.m. – Doors open & dinner
5:30 – 7 p.m. – Main event
Welcome by President Cauce
Intellectual House – UW Seattle campus
The event is free to attend, but space is limited, so save your spot today: