Let’s Take a Walk on April 1: The American Heart Association’s National Start Walking Day
In honor of National Start Walking Day, Dean Tom Prohaska is leading Who’s Walking Wednesday at noon on Wednesday, April 1. Meet up with him in the “Wellness Circle” in front of Merten Hall and take a 30 minute campus walk. Wondering who else is leading “Who’s Walking Wednesday”? Check it out!
April 1: Dean Tom Prohaska
April 8: Tom Calhoun
April 15: Nance Lucas (Special Team Theme Walk – Bring your colleagues in themed outfits (same color t-shirt, same baseball hat, etc.); the largest team on all three campuses wins a pizza party courtesy of the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being)
April 22: Mason Academic Advisor Network
April 29: Doc Nix/Jeremy Freer
May 6: Mason Academic Advisor Network
May 13: Dr. Ángel Cabrera
May 20: Available opportunity to “exercise your leadership”
May 27: CHSS Dean’s Office
Who’s Walking Wednesday is available on all three campuses. To sign up to lead a walk, please visit http://hr.gmu.edu/worklife/lunch, scroll down to Walking Wednesday, and select the campus of your choice.
HR & Payroll is delighted to be a part of the Spring into Well-Being celebration underway at Mason through April 30. Spring into Well-Being and Mason’s Well-Being University initiative are dedicated to helping faculty, staff, students, and alumni build lives of vitality, purpose, resilience, and engagement. To learn more, visit http://wbu.gmu.edu.
Updated Reminder: April is Financial Literacy Month
In honor of Financial Literacy Month (and Spring into Well-Being) we have a number of opportunities to share with you.
Register for classes at http://hr.gmu.edu/learning; click on the course calendar tab.
· Some NEW resources from TIAA-CREF
o TIAA-CREF is offering classes in their new Virtual Environment online learning portal at http://www.tiaa-cref.org/VE. The TIAA-CREF portal offers 24/7 access to in-depth financial education, including self-paced seminars. There are also live webinars scheduled on a range of financial well-being topics; a sample includes “Inside Money: Managing Income and Debt”, “Money at Work: Foundations of Investing” and “Equally Prepared: Financial Planning for the LGBT Community”. For a Spring schedule of live webinars, please visit TIAA-CREF Webinars.
o They have also developed a curriculum resource so you can focus on the classes that meet your individual needs.