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Award-winning author and stress mgmt. expert to speak to students Nov. 30
Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Maria Pascucci, award winning author of Campus Calm University and founder of, will be speaking at SUNY Fredonia on Tuesday, Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. in 202 McEwen Hall. is a website designed to empower students to become leaders and change-makers, while avoiding stress. Pascucci, president of Campus Calm™, directs student leaders through the mindsets every college student needs in order to create a successful, less stressful college experience. Her presentation is being put on for all student leaders, as well as anyone interested in becoming a less stressed and more successful person in and after college.

Pascucci is the author of the academically acclaimed book CAMPUS CALM UNIVERSITY: The College Student’s 10-Step Blueprint to Stop Stressing & Create a Happy, Purposeful Life. Her book won a gold medal in the 2009 13th Annual Independent Publisher Book Awards.

Recognized as a leading authority on college stress, Maria speaks to college audiences on universities across the nation. She has appeared in The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Huffington Post, Feministing, The Buffalo News, Next Step Magazine and dozens of media outlets around the world.

As the founder and president of Campus Calm, Maria gives voice to the secret practices, concerns and conversations of a generation of young men and women who believe that it is acceptable, even necessary, to sacrifice health and happiness in pursuit of perfection. A former college perfectionist and “stressaholic,” Maria is a trailblazing young entrepreneur on a mission: to spread a dose of “campus calm” to stressed-out students worldwide. Campus Calm has subscribers from around the world.

"I used to spend hours trying to find the perfect words to prove to the world that I was talented,” says Pascucci. “Today, I look for the honest words – the words that will reach others and let them know they’re not alone when they dream crazy dreams.”

A Buffalo resident, she attended Canisius College and graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in English and History with a concentration in Writing and Women's Studies..

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