Well-being in Higher Education: Raising Literacy and Advancing the Conversation

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- Add to Calendar 2024-02-26 12:00:00 2024-03-01 16:00:00 Well-being in Higher Education: Raising Literacy and Advancing the Conversation Join over 20 higher education associations as we come together in dialogue around well-being. This buzzword is seemingly everywhere, but what does it really mean? Why does it matter? How can we each contribute to this critical work? The Well-being in Higher Education event is one of the outcomes of the Health and Well-being in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success and will help put the Inter-association Well-being Definition into practice. Expected learning outcomes for this event are that, after attending, participants will be able to: Articulate why well-being is critical to the mission of higher education; Discuss how each campus position is inherently a part of well-being work; Describe the aspects of well-being and differentiate between wellness and well-being; and, Identify opportunities for collaboration to increase campus well-being. Registration details and a more detailed schedule of sessions will be available soon - so stay tuned for more information! Sessions will be open to all and may be recorded. More information. Online Online noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Join over 20 higher education associations as we come together in dialogue around well-being. This buzzword is seemingly everywhere, but what does it really mean? Why does it matter? How can we each contribute to this critical work? The Well-being in Higher Education event is one of the outcomes of the Health and Well-being in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success and will help put the Inter-association Well-being Definition into practice. Expected learning outcomes for this event are that, after attending, participants will be able to: Articulate why well-being is critical to the mission of higher education; Discuss how each campus position is inherently a part of well-being work; Describe the aspects of well-being and differentiate between wellness and well-being; and, Identify opportunities for collaboration to increase campus well-being. Registration details and a more detailed schedule of sessions will be available soon - so stay tuned for more information! Sessions will be open to all and may be recorded. More information.


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