Work and Family Life Faculty Forum

Faculty Enhancements

Faculty members can participate in our Work and Family Life Faculty Forum luncheon.  This is an informal discussion between other faculty members and a guest speaker.  The networking and resources available at this forum are sure to help with your work and family life balance.  Prior themes have included, stress management and well-being, teens, after school programs and child care options.

Work and Family Life Faculty Forum meets the second Tuesday October and February in the Taggart Student Center Sky Room from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm.  The forum discussions will follow a theme selected from faculty feedback gathered from an Aggie Care survey.  Lunch is provided.

Next Work and Family Life Faculty Forum:

Tuesday, February 11, 2014 in the Taggart Student Center Sky Room 12-1pm

 

Information from prior forums:

Check the Stress management and Well-being section of Aggie Care's website to find helpful information from January's Work and Family Life Faculty Forum about recognizing stress and tips for reducing stress.

The guest for the Work and Family Life Faculty Forum for February, Todd Milovich, Coordinator of After School Programs at USU shared information about after school programs.

The guest for the Work and Family Life Faculty Forum for April, Dr. Troy E. Beckert form USU.  He discussed teens and gave helpful information and ideas to assist in parenting teens.

Check the after school programs and summer activities section to find information about the Cache Children's Choir and the summer activity guide to find other fun activities available for children through the summer and after school.  The guests at the May Faculty Forum where:  Dr. Sylvia Munsen Artistic Director and Conductor of the Cache Children's Choir and Debbie Harvey Program Information Representative for Logan City.   

Under the Stress management section you will find information on the "Low Stress Diet"  from the October 8, 2013 Faculty Forum luncheon.

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