Category: Wellness

GatorCare’s Rome to Paris walking challenge starts Feb. 1

Register for its February walking challenge to virtually explore a variety of famous European landmarks — Bon Voyage!

Explore the therapeutic horticulture program at Wilmot Botanical Gardens

Programming offered at the Greenhouse is based on the belief that an active connection with plants and nature can have a profound effect on quality of life.

Final call: Sign up for a discounted CSA membership

By participating in this program, you support a local farm and receive a box of high quality produce each week.

Explore tools to better manage your time

Join ComPsych, UF’s EAP provider, for a webinar on Jan. 26 at noon to explore tools that can help you organize your life and gain control of your time.

360 Mindfulness series returns Jan. 22

Online and in-person groups will meet from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. each Monday throughout the spring semester.

Sharpen your financial skills with upcoming webinars

Explore financial literacy resources, on-demand workshops and upcoming webinars offered by the Florida Retirement System and the City of Gainesville.

Nominations open for 2024 Champions for Change Awards

Hosted by the UF Office of Sustainability and the Healthy Gators Coalition, the Champions for Change Awards celebrate those who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, innovation, and dedication to driving positive change in sustainability or health and wellness while at the University of Florida.

The nomination period for the 2024 Champions for Change Awards runs now through March 18.

Couch to 5K program kicks off Jan. 22

Whether you’re looking to run your first marathon or start your jogging routine again, the Gator Strides Couch to 5K program will help you get up and running.

2024 subscriptions to Noom and Calm available now

One-year subscriptions are available for the first 2,000 faculty and staff who sign up for Noom and the first 5,000 faculty and staff who sign up for Calm.

Want to be a better leader? Stop thinking about work after hours

It’s not uncommon for managers to continue thinking about their job after the official workday is over, but this tendency may not be beneficial.

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