Join the RASD Health Concerns Committee for this fun and interactive presentation featuring Lisa Komnik, Clinical Assistant Professor of Athletic Training at Stony Brook University. Walk away with info on the career, tips/tricks to gain more energy, (perhaps even participate in a short light exercise session) and finish off the event with free resources to help your community presented by Head of the Health Sciences Library, Jamie Saragossi.
WHEN: Monday, November 16th at 2:15 PM
REGISTER HERE: https://tinyurl.com/rasdhcc20
Did we mention that the first 30 registrants will receive a lunch container with snacks? (This may not be our annual breakfast, but we can do late lunch snacks)
See the attached flyer for complete details.
QUESTIONS: Email Sal Filosa, Committee Chairperson, firstname.lastname@example.org
During this time of transitions and challenges, empathy for others and ourselves is even more important than ever. Social worker Jessica Price has been incorporating empathy awareness into her elementary guidance plan for years. In doing so, she began to realize how much of what she was working on with young people in regards to empathy was relevant for all ages. Learning to embrace empathy and share our stories in a way that others can connect to is a lifelong objective. With so many new obstacles in our way to connect with others in spite of social distancing, this hour will be focused on reconnection during COVID. We can show kindness amidst the masks, stress, and frustrations that we are facing today.
This conference is open to everyone, so feel free to spread the word.