The Mitchell Annual Sustainability Symposium will take place on December 4, 2020. This year's event is organized into four distinct sections; feel free to join us for select presentations or the entire day. Register to receive the Symposium Zoom link.
Jade Fabello shares tips on how genuinely caring makes or breaks your leadership.
Keep UT System Active is a custom wellness challenge to keep employees engaged through different styles of activity for a healthier lifestyle. One UT Austin team, Longhorn Steps, has demonstrated their commitment to this program and are a role model to the UT Austin community by winning first place not only here, but across all UT institutions (tie).
Taking place at the Lady Bird Johnson Auditorium, the Department of Neuroscience presents UT Brainstorms: A Conversation on the Brain! This aims to inform and educate the Texas community on neuroscience research and influence on our daily lives.
"'Healthy and engaged employees have higher morale, are more productive, and are better equipped to thrive in their career and support the students they serve,' says the director of UT HR’s program known as HealthPoint: Balance & Well-being in Work & Life."
Claire Moore and Henry Guevara of Human Resources partnered with the School of Nursing and the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education for a project led by Dr. Sharon Brown involving culturally tailored diabetes prevention in the workplace. The project led them to co-author an article that was published in April’s peer reviewed journal, The Diabetes Educator. It is the official journal of the American Association of Diabetes Educators.
Edible Austin featured Claire Moore and the University of Texas at Austin Farm to Work program in one of their 2015 issues.
The Daily Texan featured the 2017 Great American SmokeOut hosted by Nosse Ovienmhada, the Tobacco Free Campus Coordinator.