Join us on a 20-30 minute walk while we talk about health, wellness, and life in general. From the Employees Retirement System of Texas, podcast host Lacy Wolff walks and talks with her mentors, friends, experts and leaders about health and wellness. Learn more through the link below, or search ERS Walk and Talk through your favorite podcast platform! Learn more and participate whenever convenient for you!
This hour long workshop for students will go in depth on student stress.
President’s Annual Fall Address
MVP is volunteering with Cougar Cupboard, which is an on campus food pantry available to all enrolled undergraduate or graduate students who may need access to additional food.
Join CAPS to learn the skills needed to prevent suicide and help create a community of care at UH!
Engage your whole body while you pedal to the beat of popular hits. Cycling will build muscle strength and help boost your cardiovascular endurance.
UH Wellness offers meditation to provide a space for ?emotional and mental development.
Brought to you by the University of Houston HPE Data Science Institute and the Society of HPC Professionals
Stop by this interactive activity to help you learn more about dating violence. Participants move, act, think, and make choices as a person experiencing an toxic relationship.
Breathing and meditation have never felt better, through this class participants will combine the pair with posture to center the mind. This practice is beneficial for reducing stress and anxiety as well as building strength and flexibility.
Long day of classes? Work your muscles with a gentle workout filled with different types of stretching. Be prepared to improve flexibility and range of motion.
Choreographed dance moves are combined with musical rhythms to create a dynamic workout that is designed to be fun and upbeat. Moving to the music allows your mind to relax while your body is in constant motion. This session is with Myles!
This year’s unique speaker will touch on topics including the power of culture and intersectional storytelling, migration, gender justice, and climate justice. They will also share strategies on how to build cultural power to catalyze lasting social change. Following the keynote and Q&A, there will be a social justice poster-making session. Pre-register to ensure your seat is saved!
The Arab-American Educational Foundation Chair in Modern Arab History cordially invites You to The AAEF Nijad and Zeina Fares Annual Distinguished Lecture in Modern Arab Studies: “Concerning the Political in Art” presented by Rabih Alameddine, award-winning writer, novelist, and Kapnick Distinguished Writer in Residence at the University of Virginia’s Creative Writing Program.
This one-time workshop, in a partnership between the Cougar Cupboard and the Bauer College of Business, is aimed to help students save money when grocery shopping, create a budget, and more! Each workshop will be virtual.
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Add some rhythm to your day with some dance. Merengue, salsa, and more! This session is with Dani!