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College Coaching Most students are incredibly stressed about getting into college. Actually, that’s the easy part. The question is--Who will give you the advice and support you need once you’re there? • “Ready, Set, Think:Summer Pre-college Bootcamp”• Personal college adviser Louis Newman Be ready to hit the ground running with this four-session workshop that prepares you for the academic challenges you’ll face in college. Covers self-reflective learning, critical reading, writing as atool for thinking clearly, quantitative reasoning, disciplinary thinking, parsing your assignments, and tackling research projects. Interactive assignments and reflective exercises in each session. Includes free copy of the author’s book, Thinking Critically in College: TheFour 90-minute sessions scheduled on consecutive Sundays in either June or July. Essential Handbook for Student Success.Ongoing personalized guidance and support for every step of your college journey. Expert advice for all aspects of about majors, minors, and other special programs; planning extra-curricular assessment of learning goals and progress; sCollege SuccessCoaching) • Individual coaching sessionsStudents sometimes need a bit of adviceas they face a decision, or some supportwhen they’re facing a challenging situation.A coaching session or two can help resolvethe situation, providing the academicand/or personal support your student needsto get back on the path to success. Available on an hourly basis.leaves of absence; exploring internships;academic life: course selection; decisionsactivities; off-campus study; ongoingpost-graduation plans. Improve your studySkills and get the most out of your collegeeducation. Unlimited access to your collegecoach is available by the semester or on an annual basis. Learn more about College Success Coaching or schedule your free 30-minute consultation with Louis Newman Contact: info@thinkingcritically.us College can be a challenging time. Louis Newman has decades of experience working with college students. Whether your student is struggling academically, or personally, or just looking for someone to help guide their college journey, Louis will provide the support they need to succeed academically and maximize their college experience.

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As a college student, you’ll face a wide range of challenges--• What should you major in, and what if you want to change your major? • You just got the worst grade in your life and you’re not sure how to regain your academic confidence.• You think you’re entitled to an exemption from an academic policy, but don’t know whom to ask. • You can’t decide whether to... join one more club, go on an off-campus program, or apply to grad school right after college...and need some perspective.• You missed two weeks of class and now don’t know if you should drop the class, change your grading option, or just power through. • You need a recommendation letter for an internship, but don’t know how to approach your professor for one.• You’re dealing with a personal crisis and don’t know whom to talk to.Throughout your college career, there will be many times when you need advice and mentoring from someone who knows your name and your story. Louis Newman was the Dean of Academic Advising and Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education at Stanford University. He is also the John M. and Elizabeth W. Musser Professor, Emeritus at Carleton College, where he taught for thirty-three years. He is the author most recently of Thinking Critically in College: The Essential Handbook for Student Success (Radius Book Group). In addition to being a renowned scholar in his field, he has a lifelong passion for improving undergraduate education. Throughout his long career he has been praised by colleagues and students alike for the profound impact he has had on their learning and their lives--as a gifted teacher, trusted advisor, and mentor. What Louis’ former students say: You always put me at ease and offered sage and realistic advice. --Ainsley T.With Louis, I can see what it means to put moral ideals into practice. . .what it means to be an advisor and teacher and moral guide. --Geoffrey C. During a time of life when I was often lost in abstractions, you consistently and gently pointed me back to my relationships with people and to being part of a community. --Dan K.I will always be indebted to you for your endless knowledge, wisdom, kindness, and advice. Most of all, your warmth and guidance as a mentor helped shape me into the person I am today. --Danny U. Louis was (and continues to be) a compassionate and empathic mentor and advisor. During a particularly tough time. . . Louis was helpful, caring and understanding. I will never forget how carefully he listened to me and how kind his words were during that time.--Kate K. Louis Newman

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As a college student, you’ll face a wide range of challenges--• What should you major in, and what if you want to change your major? • You just got the worst grade in your life and you’re not sure how to regain your academic confidence.• You think you’re entitled to an exemption from an academic policy, but don’t know whom to ask. • You can’t decide whether to... join one more club, go on an off-campus program, or apply to grad school right after college...and need some perspective.• You missed two weeks of class and now don’t know if you should drop the class, change your grading option, or just power through. • You need a recommendation letter for an internship, but don’t know how to approach your professor for one.• You’re dealing with a personal crisis and don’t know whom to talk to.Throughout your college career, there will be many times when you need advice and mentoring from someone who knows your name and your story. Louis Newman was the Dean of Academic Advising and Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education at Stanford University. He is also the John M. and Elizabeth W. Musser Professor, Emeritus at Carleton College, where he taught for thirty-three years. He is the author most recently of Thinking Critically in College: The Essential Handbook for Student Success (Radius Book Group). In addition to being a renowned scholar in his field, he has a lifelong passion for improving undergraduate education. Throughout his long career he has been praised by colleagues and students alike for the profound impact he has had on their learning and their lives--as a gifted teacher, trusted advisor, and mentor. What Louis’ former students say: You always put me at ease and offered sage and realistic advice. --Ainsley T.With Louis, I can see what it means to put moral ideals into practice. . .what it means to be an advisor and teacher and moral guide. --Geoffrey C. During a time of life when I was often lost in abstractions, you consistently and gently pointed me back to my relationships with people and to being part of a community. --Dan K.I will always be indebted to you for your endless knowledge, wisdom, kindness, and advice. Most of all, your warmth and guidance as a mentor helped shape me into the person I am today. --Danny U. Louis was (and continues to be) a compassionate and empathic mentor and advisor. During a particularly tough time. . . Louis was helpful, caring and understanding. I will never forget how carefully he listened to me and how kind his words were during that time.--Kate K. Louis Newman

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As a college student, you’ll face a wide range of challenges--• What should you major in, and what if you want to change your major? • You just got the worst grade in your life and you’re not sure how to regain your academic confidence.• You think you’re entitled to an exemption from an academic policy, but don’t know whom to ask. • You can’t decide whether to... join one more club, go on an off-campus program, or apply to grad school right after college...and need some perspective.• You missed two weeks of class and now don’t know if you should drop the class, change your grading option, or just power through. • You need a recommendation letter for an internship, but don’t know how to approach your professor for one.• You’re dealing with a personal crisis and don’t know whom to talk to.Throughout your college career, there will be many times when you need advice and mentoring from someone who knows your name and your story. Louis Newman was the Dean of Academic Advising and Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education at Stanford University. He is also the John M. and Elizabeth W. Musser Professor, Emeritus at Carleton College, where he taught for thirty-three years. He is the author most recently of Thinking Critically in College: The Essential Handbook for Student Success (Radius Book Group). In addition to being a renowned scholar in his field, he has a lifelong passion for improving undergraduate education. Throughout his long career he has been praised by colleagues and students alike for the profound impact he has had on their learning and their lives--as a gifted teacher, trusted advisor, and mentor. What Louis’ former students say: You always put me at ease and offered sage and realistic advice. --Ainsley T.With Louis, I can see what it means to put moral ideals into practice. . .what it means to be an advisor and teacher and moral guide. --Geoffrey C. During a time of life when I was often lost in abstractions, you consistently and gently pointed me back to my relationships with people and to being part of a community. --Dan K.I will always be indebted to you for your endless knowledge, wisdom, kindness, and advice. Most of all, your warmth and guidance as a mentor helped shape me into the person I am today. --Danny U. Louis was (and continues to be) a compassionate and empathic mentor and advisor. During a particularly tough time. . . Louis was helpful, caring and understanding. I will never forget how carefully he listened to me and how kind his words were during that time.--Kate K. Louis Newman

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College Coaching Most students are incredibly stressed about getting into college. Actually, that’s the easy part. The question is--Who will give you the advice and support you need once you’re there? • “Ready, Set, Think:Summer Pre-college Bootcamp”• Personal college adviser Louis Newman Be ready to hit the ground running with this four-session workshop that prepares you for the academic challenges you’ll face in college. Covers self-reflective learning, critical reading, writing as atool for thinking clearly, quantitative reasoning, disciplinary thinking, parsing your assignments, and tackling research projects. Interactive assignments and reflective exercises in each session. Includes free copy of the author’s book, Thinking Critically in College: TheFour 90-minute sessions scheduled on consecutive Sundays in either June or July. Essential Handbook for Student Success.Ongoing personalized guidance and support for every step of your college journey. Expert advice for all aspects of about majors, minors, and other special programs; planning extra-curricular assessment of learning goals and progress; sCollege SuccessCoaching) • Individual coaching sessionsStudents sometimes need a bit of adviceas they face a decision, or some supportwhen they’re facing a challenging situation.A coaching session or two can help resolvethe situation, providing the academicand/or personal support your student needsto get back on the path to success. Available on an hourly basis.leaves of absence; exploring internships;academic life: course selection; decisionsactivities; off-campus study; ongoingpost-graduation plans. Improve your studySkills and get the most out of your collegeeducation. Unlimited access to your collegecoach is available by the semester or on an annual basis. Learn more about College Success Coaching or schedule your free 30-minute consultation with Louis Newman Contact: info@thinkingcritically.us College can be a challenging time. Louis Newman has decades of experience working with college students. Whether your student is struggling academically, or personally, or just looking for someone to help guide their college journey, Louis will provide the support they need to succeed academically and maximize their college experience.

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College Coaching Most students are incredibly stressed about getting into college. Actually, that’s the easy part. The question is--Who will give you the advice and support you need once you’re there? • “Ready, Set, Think:Summer Pre-college Bootcamp”• Personal college adviser Louis Newman Be ready to hit the ground running with this four-session workshop that prepares you for the academic challenges you’ll face in college. Covers self-reflective learning, critical reading, writing as atool for thinking clearly, quantitative reasoning, disciplinary thinking, parsing your assignments, and tackling research projects. Interactive assignments and reflective exercises in each session. Includes free copy of the author’s book, Thinking Critically in College: TheFour 90-minute sessions scheduled on consecutive Sundays in either June or July. Essential Handbook for Student Success.Ongoing personalized guidance and support for every step of your college journey. Expert advice for all aspects of about majors, minors, and other special programs; planning extra-curricular assessment of learning goals and progress; sCollege SuccessCoaching) • Individual coaching sessionsStudents sometimes need a bit of adviceas they face a decision, or some supportwhen they’re facing a challenging situation.A coaching session or two can help resolvethe situation, providing the academicand/or personal support your student needsto get back on the path to success. Available on an hourly basis.leaves of absence; exploring internships;academic life: course selection; decisionsactivities; off-campus study; ongoingpost-graduation plans. Improve your studySkills and get the most out of your collegeeducation. Unlimited access to your collegecoach is available by the semester or on an annual basis. Learn more about College Success Coaching or schedule your free 30-minute consultation with Louis Newman Contact: info@thinkingcritically.us College can be a challenging time. Louis Newman has decades of experience working with college students. Whether your student is struggling academically, or personally, or just looking for someone to help guide their college journey, Louis will provide the support they need to succeed academically and maximize their college experience.