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Find out how to build connections with better storytelling

Faculty and staff are invited to join Matthew Dicks, author of Storyworthy and Someday is Today, for a workshop titled “Building Connection, Communications and Personal Healing Through Storytelling.”

Dicks, a master storyteller and multiple Moth GrandSLAM champion, will assist participants improve their ability to tell great stories while exploring their life more deeply and forming interesting new relationships with their workshop colleagues.

Strengthening the ties that bind us together at Case Western Reserve University is important for our individual and community well-being. This eight-week program will teach the art of storytelling and will include interactions between program participants as people share the stories they have written. Attend this series to learn how to be a good storyteller and to experience the many ways in which storytelling can improve our lives.

This Wellness Program series will be held Tuesdays from Sept. 20 to Nov. 8. Each session will be held via Zoom from 4 to 5:30 p.m., with the last 30 minutes of each session devoted to Q&A.

Register to participate.