The day consists of speaking engagements from mental health professionals, interactive workshops and a wellness fair. Events are free and open to the public.
Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017
Main gym, PAC
87 Campus Drive
Be Well Day launches the university’s integrated wellness strategy for faculty, staff and students—thought to be the first of its kind at a Canadian post-secondary institution—and recognizes the university’s commitment to creating an inclusive environment that supports the mental, physical and emotional health and well-being of all who study and work at all of our institutions.
Available for interviews:
Patti McDougall—vice-provost of teaching and learning
Cheryl Carver—associate vice-president of people and resources
Elizabeth Waslen—student, U of S
Shiney Choudhary—student, U of S
For more information, visit usask.ca/wellness
The morning keynote address will be live streamed (http://live.usask/ca?sn=17122)
For more information, or to arrange an interview, please contact:
Media Relations Specialist
University of Saskatchewan