8:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Why is student well-being (and faculty and staff well-being, too) important to learning, degree completion, and other missions of our university? What might we consider doing, individually and collectively, to improve student well-being and better achieve our goals for them, for us, and for our society? Come find out (or rather come be part of the questions and the partial answers). Register now to take part in your choice of the working breakout-sessions (each based upon the topic of one of the seven pithy “tED Talks” delivered by our own faculty and staff); learn from a national expert, Dr. Nance Lucas, Executive Director of the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being, George Mason University; and share food and ideas at light breakfast, scrumptious lunch, and an afternoon dessert table.