Spring 2019 Move-N-Learns

A Move-N-Learn is a free, guided tour of a building or location on KU's beautiful campus!  Get some physical activity while learning something new!

For a better tour experience, registration is required prior to the tour. Please register on the link provided under the event you wish to attend.  

As of January 10, 2019, Move-N-Learns will be awarded one HealthQuest point per event!    

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.

Individuals seeking reasonable accomodations should contact contact Faculty and Staff Wellness at wellness@ku.edu

 

 

For more pictures of past Move-N-Learns, visit us on Facebook or Twitter!

 

 

January - Stouffer Place Apartments (PDF)

  • Wednesday, January 9, 2019 from 12:10-12:50 pm
  • Registration required on MyTalent; however, those who work for KU Alumni Association; Kansas Athletics, Inc.; KU Endowment Association; Kansas Memorial Unions; Hilltop Child Development Center; and Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) should email wellness@ku.edu.
  • Please meet in the main lobby located in the southeast corner of the building

February - Earth, Energy & Environment Center (EEEC) (PDF)

  • Wednesday, February 20 from 12:10-12:50 pm
  • Tour Lindley, Ritchie, and Slawson Halls
  • Registration required is closed. 
  • Please meet at the south entrance of Slawson Hall, right outside the Beren Petroleum Center


March - Integrated Science Building

  • Wednesday, March 20, from 12:10-12:50 pm
  • Registration is closed.   Individuals who work for KU Alumni Association; Kansas Athletics, Inc.; KU Endowment Association; Kansas Memorial Unions; Hilltop Child Development Center; and Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) should register by emailing wellness@ku.edu.
  • Meeting location: Outside ISB at the Jayhawk statue

April - KU Natural History Museum

  • Wednesday, April 17, from 12:10-12:50 pm
  • Learn about the Biodiversity Institute, mosasaur, and Paleo era (amazing fossils, including large and small dinosaurs, fish fossils, plus our gorgeous and lush Paleo Garden with plant fossils and their living relatives).  
  • There may be a few minutes at the end to explore other areas such as the live bees/beehive, live snakes on the 6th floor, or the Explore Biodiversity case.
  • The original grotesques are all around the museum right now while Karl Ramberg is out front carving new ones.
  • Registration is required: Move-N-Learn featuring the KU Natural History Museum. Individuals who work for KU Alumni Association; Kansas Athletics, Inc.; KU Endowment Association; Kansas Memorial Unions; Hilltop Child Development Center; and Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) should register by emailing wellness@ku.edu.
  • A maximum of 30 participants can attend and a waitlist will automatically be generated.  If you register and are unable to attend, please withdraw your registration on MyTalent:
  1. 1. Log in to https://mytalent.ku.edu
  2. 2. Navigate to the My Learning Landing Page (Home -> Learning)
  3. 3. In your “My Learning Assignments” tile, you should see your course selection.
  4. 4. In the Call to Action area (top right of the item detail) you will see “Enrolled”. Select the down-pointing arrow and select “Withdraw”

 

 

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

 

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