Former Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke once acknowledged the importance of community this way:
“Neighborhoods and communities are complex organisms that will be resilient only if they are healthy along a number of interrelated dimensions, much as a human body cannot be healthy without adequate air, water, rest and food.”
Join the College of Arts & Sciences for a Women History Month Celebration centered on ProjectxBella and our guest speaker's journey to spreading awareness about polycystic ovary syndrome. ProjectXBella was created by Shay Vance-King to give individuals the space to freely express their creativity while being inspired by one another. During this workshop, participants will receive general information and guidance on how to manage and reverse PCOS symptoms.
Friday, March 11, 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
Healthy, productive conflict requires courage and confidence. Confidence comes from understanding and regulating ourselves, which allows us to better listen to the other person and courageously engage in collaborative problem solving. An essential skill to building conflict confidence is knowing our own defensive triggers and how to disrupt them.
Tuesday, March 22, 12 p.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Women have been involved in jazz since the early 1920s, not just as vocalists, but as instrumentalists, composers and arrangers. An understanding of jazz would not be complete without highlighting the influence and contributions of women—women such as Bessie Smith, Valaida Snow, Mildred Bailey, Mary Lou Williams, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughn.
Tuesday, March 29 at 6 p.m.
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March wellness resources
Have you suffered from a concussion? You're not alone. Visit this site to see a collection of 4,000+ personal accounts with concussion, from injury to diagnosis, recovery and beyond.
Healthy Buffs is a weekly series of tips and information on health topics important to college students.
Health and Wellness Services has a variety of programs that run throughout the fall and spring semesters that support students, faculty and staff.
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The Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) is dedicated to serving the emotional and psychological needs of the campus community.
Herd Mental Health Month is back! To normalize mental health support, share important wellness resources and raise funds for related campus programs, Herd Mental Health Month is all about serving CU Boulder students.
SKOServe is a series of mini educational trainings that explore various topics related to volunteering and social and environmental justice. Students can attend any or all of the trainings in the series and will have the opportunity to gain new knowledge and skills, examine their connection to community issues, develop new ways to engage, and learn about ways to get involved.
CU in the Community offers opportunities for students to connect with the community through volunteerism each semester in collaboration with local nonprofit organizations meeting real community needs in the Boulder area. Participants commit to a one time volunteer project of their choice and gain understanding of social and environmental issues, engage in direct service, reflect on their impact, and learn about continued engagement in communities.
Tim Wadsworth, noticed an odd trend in the 1990s: Immigration reached record highs, but crime fell more precipitously than at any time in U.S. history. Wadsworth’s research suggested one answer: that new immigrants tend to have tightly knit families and a strong sense of community.
Fill your Instagram timeline with positive content
Positively Present features artwork by Dani DiPirro. You can find inspiration, positive mantras and a community of reaffirming people from this account!
Humans of New York share the stories of NYC through the people of NYC. Read about the commonality we all share as humans and be reminded of the herd of our humanness.
National Geographic Travel lets you explore the world without ever leaving the comfort of your home. Its bio says it best: “It’s a big world. Explore it through the lens of our photographers.” The account features images from some of the best travel photographers, serving as a reminder of how breathtakingly beautiful the planet is. From Alaska to Paris, this account is the perfect virtual getaway.
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