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presented by: the ASUC Mental Health Commission x Career Center) ———– Rejections can weigh so heavily on us because our brains are hardwired to pay more attention to negative events than positive ones. This is called the “negativity bias” and it is exactly why we can feel so disheartened by “We regret to inform you that we’ve decided to go with another candidate (but you were highly qualified!)”. Whether you’ve experienced (or haven’t yet) a rejection from a club on campus, graduate program, or job/internship, this workshop is designed to help you develop tools to cope and bounce back from a rejection such as how to ask for feedback on your interview and make adjustments for future opportunities.