Anne Carragher Wellness Challenge
Week 3: Emotional Wellness
If you ever have questions or need anything, don't hesitate to let us know. All of this information can always be found on our website! www.seattleu.edu/wellness/challenge.
For updates during the week, make sure to join and follow the Wellness Challenge event on Facebook! We will be posting pictures of some of the events where you can get points.
Have You Filled Out Your Week 2 Scorecard Yet?
Individual Points Leaders
- Carolyn van der Meulen (371 pts)
- Melissa Yapp (358 pts)
- Rosie Sabaric (348 pts)
- Tim Albert (340 pts)
- Maria Parks (334 pts)
Still a close challenge! There are plenty of opportunities to get that score up so you're on this list next week. Check out the events below and don't forget about the bonus challenges!
Feed Your Brain
Remember the Wellness Challenge isn't about doing everything - it's about doing the things that matter most to you!
Week : Events
SU Etiquette Dinner
Students will be able to practice professional etiquette and social skills they can use at interviews, business lunches and networking events. The evening will include a three-course meal and a presentation from an etiquette expert. All students are welcome to attend. Tickets are $10 (cash, check or meal plan) and must be purchased by Jan. 21 at either Albers Placement Center (Pigott 331) or Career Services (Student Pavilion 110). Space is limited. Get your ticket early as this event usually sells out.
Marijuana legalization: Highs and lows
Now that marijuana is legal in Washington state, how is implementation working? What are the challenges?
Come hear Washington State Attorney Bob Ferguson and Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes discuss some of the legal conflicts, public safety and public health issues.The interview will be led by multimedia journalist Joni Balter and Director and Professor of Seattle University's Institute of Public Service Larry Hubbell. Register Here>>
Lunches with leaders
Each Lunches with Leaders event features a campus or community leader who is making a positive change in our community, and there is time at the end for questions and discussion. This month's speaker is Francisco Bujanda, a Campus Minister who will speak about values based leadership and the role of discernment in leadership. The event is open to all Seattle University community members, but free lunch is provided on a first come, first serve basis to the first twenty people who RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
International dinner- around the world: no visa required
Come celebrate different cultures, cuisines, and global music with friends and family. Great prize drawings throughout the evening! Tickets: $10 students, $20 for staff, faculty and community members.
Wellness and Health Promotion
- Contact Jazz about registration and general questions
- Contact Kira about events and challenges
- Contact Ryan about scorecards and points