Spring 2019 Lunch-N-Learns

    A Lunch-N-Learn is where a presenter presents information about at least one of the eight dimensions of wellness. Faculty and staff may bring a brown bag lunch.  

    No registration required.

    To earn one HealthQuest point for attending a Lunch-N-Learn, sign-in when you arrive (must provide email).

    In 2019, earn up to 5 HealthQuest points for attending any combination of these wellness committee events:
    Move-N-Learn, Lunch-N-Learn, or KU Faculty and Staff Wellness Fair.


    January - Center for Physical Activity and Weight Management (PDF)

    • Tuesday, January 8 from 12:10-12:50 pm in the Kansas room at the Kansas Union
    • The KU Weight Management Program is a scientifically proven approach to successful weight loss, continued weight maintenance and diabetes prevention.

    May - Understanding Your Role as a Mandatory Reporter (PDF)

    • Wednesday, May 1 from 12:10-12:50 pm in the English room at the Kansas Union
    • Gender Based Violence is a broad and overwhelming topic. In this foundational training, participants will break down the definition of gender based violence and learn how it intersects with their daily lives personally and professionally. The majority of faculty and staff positions at The University of Kansas require mandatory reporting.  You will learn the policies and procedures for mandatory reporting and identify problematic behavior. 
    • Content Warning: SAPEC educational programs use situations and topics that can be triggering to some survivors of sexual violence and/or intimate partner violence. Support for all affected by sexual violence and/or intimate partner violence is available through the confidential Care Coordinator at care@ku.edu.  The Care Coordinator is not a mandatory reporter.



    Membership to Ambler Student Recreation Fitness Center is not required to attend. 


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