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By Miranda Massie on May 2, 2019
Understanding Your Travel Benefits Info Session | May 7 | 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Location: UBC Vancouver & UBC Okanagan
Planning a vacation in Canada or abroad? This information session will be useful for anyone wanting to know more about UBC’s travel benefits through UBC’s Extended Health plan and how to be prepared in a medical emergency. Join UBC benefits administrator Janet McHugh for a one-hour session to deepen your understanding of your travel benefits and ensure that your well-earned vacation is as stress-free as possible.
UBC Vancouver: Find out more and register here.
UBC Okanagan: Find out more and register here.
Office Ergo Rep Training | May 7 | 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
If your department is looking for more efficient response and support with regards to ergonomic issues for staff, consider taking the three-hour Ergo Rep Training. Learn about basic ergonomic risk factors and assessments, proper computer workstation set-up, and resources to take back to your unit. Find out more and register now.
Practical Money Management | May 8 | 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Creating a plan to manage your money is a sound way to achieve the goals you want in life, whether it be a house, travel, education or retirement. The quote, “failing to plan is planning to fail,” does apply to the process of managing personal finances. In this session, join money coach Melanie Buffel to learn how to manage and control finances, reinforce good habits, build new ones and create a practical money management system. Find out more and register now.
Ergo Your Office Tutorial | May 9 | 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Optimize your computer work environment to improve comfort and reduce the risk of injury. This one-hour tutorial combines a presentation with a practical session, giving you hands-on experience adjusting typical office equipment. By the end of the tutorial, you will know how to set up your chair, keyboard/mouse, and monitor to promote neutral working postures. Find out more and register now.
Sit-Stand Desks & Platforms | May 9 | 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
This workshop will provide important information about different types of sit-stand desks and platforms available for the workplace. Understanding the pros and cons of each will assist departments, staff and faculty in deciding which option may be most suitable. Product samples will be available for participants to try in order to understand how the different models impact physical positioning and workflow. Find out more and register now.
Nitobe Memorial Garden Guided Walk | May 23 | 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Join a guided tour of the Nitobe Memorial Garden, a traditional Japanese tea-and-stroll garden located at UBC Vancouver. Enjoy nature while socializing and learning about the many unique features of the garden. Limited spots available. Find out more and register now.
Understanding Mental Health Challenges | May 28 | 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Location: UBC Vancouver & UBC Okanagan
Understanding mental health challenges can be difficult and knowing how to interact with someone who might be in a mental health crisis can be even more challenging. The goal of this session is to increase mental health literacy while providing tools and skills to respond effectively in a caring and respectful way. You will learn the skills and knowledge to help better manage mental health issues in yourself, a family member, a friend or a colleague.
UBC Vancouver: Find out more and register here.
UBC Okanagan: Find out more and register here.
30-Day Online Mindfulness Challenge | Begins Every Tuesday
This free, innovative, evidence-based training is for all UBC staff and faculty looking to incorporate mindfulness into the workplace and in their everyday lives. Content is delivered online via any device, and focuses on simple yet powerful and achievable learning objectives. After just 10 minutes a day for 30 consecutive days, participants will be healthier, more productive and better able to problem-solve and work in a team. Learn more and register for the challenge now.
Additional Professional Development Opportunities
Community Leadership Program Info Session | May 6 and 27 | 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Are you interested in an experiential leadership opportunity? The UBC Community Leadership Program (CLP) is an opportunity for emerging leaders to explore what leadership means to them by enhancing leadership skills, partnering with UBC student leaders, and giving back to community organizations. Staff from all employee groups, as well as graduate students, are welcome to apply for this program. Find out more and register for an upcoming info session.
Rehearsing Conflict Workshop Series | Applications due May 29
The Rehearsing Conflict workshop series, June 13-20, is a free professional development opportunity for faculty and staff who want to explore and practice new strategies for difficult conversations, strengthen emotional intelligence, and increase resilience when conflict occurs in the workplace. All UBC employees are welcome to apply. Apply before May 29.
May 6-12: Mental Health Week
May 21-27: UBC Recreation Free Week
May 27-June 2: Bike to Work Week
Photo credits: VPFRO Communication, Canadian Mental Health Association, UBC Recreation and UBC Campus and Community Planning
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By Melissa Lafrance on January 11, 2018
Thriving Campus features testimonials, contributions and personal experiences linked to health and wellbeing from UBC staff members. This month we feature Liz Hudson, inventory manager at UBC Press.
Thriving at Work
My first secret to thriving at work is my daily bike commute. My bike commute clears my head in the morning and gets oxygen to my brain [so I’m] ready for a day of work; then it clears my head at the end of the day before my evening activities at home.
Second, I thrive because I love to learn and connect with others. At UBC we have so many opportunities to do activities, interact with others and learn new things. Either with office mates or solo, I’ve participated in a multitude of activities on campus including mindfulness training, tennis lessons, Pick your Peak Stair Challenge, Museum of Anthropology’s yoga classes (MOGA) the UBC Library/United Way Spelling Bee, Staff & Faculty Sports Day, Recess for Adults, Bike to Work Week and Toastmasters — and this is a curated list. With each activity, I’m grateful to work in a place that offers this wide range of activities.
I’m also really grateful for an office environment that is positive and supportive. Within the UBC Press office, we do regular clothing exchanges and potlucks. Each event that UBC offers or that our office organizes makes me feel part of a community and that, for me, is the key to thriving.
Thriving at Home
I thrive at home by maintaining a positive attitude and making my health a priority. I play on a soccer team and hockey team, and I enjoy playing tennis. Belonging to a team is the perfect activity: it satisfies my need for social interaction and physical exercise. I’m also an avid cook and love to try new healthy recipes (and some unhealthy ones!)
I also do volunteer work as a member of the Hockey Helps the Homeless committee here in Vancouver. I’ve coached my daughter’s soccer team and was manager of her soccer teams over the years. Similar to my work environment, I thrive at home by building a community of like-minded people and appreciating all that I have.
Liz Hudson works at UBC Press in the marketing department. She feels lucky to have landed a job at UBC Press after many years selling textbooks to universities across western Canada. With a degree in French and English from Western University, Liz previously taught high school French in Ontario and Alberta before moving westward and settling in Vancouver. Liz has a husband, two kids in elementary school and a few fish. Liz enjoys playing sports, hanging out with her family and hosting dinner parties with friends.
Photo credit: Liz Hudson
By Miranda Massie on October 3, 2017
This Month’s Feature
September 25-October 9: Thrive Recipe Contest
Cook your way to UBC Food Services fame! Submit your favourite healthy (thriving) snack recipe for a chance to win a $50 UBC Food Services Gift Card. The winner and two friends will also work with UBC Executive Chef David Speight to perfect their recipe and have it featured at a UBC Food Services outlet for the whole campus to enjoy. It will also be the feature snack at the University-wide Thrive Kick-off party on October 30.
Other Events and Activities
October 4: UBC Outdoor Art Walking Tour (12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.)
See UBC’s beautiful outdoor art while getting moving! Since the late 1950s, UBC’s Outdoor Art Collection has captured the imagination of visitors from around the world. No need to sign up or register: just meet at the Belkin Art Gallery and bring your friends and coworkers.
October 10-13: United Way Week of Caring
The 2017 UBC Community United Way Campaign kicks off with a Week of Caring. Visit one or all of the amazing events this week and have your passport stamped for a chance to win at the Campus Culture Challenge. Events include the Pancake Race IX (Oct. 10), Turkey 2K Trot (Oct. 11), Arts Food Truck Festival (Oct. 12), and Campus-wide 50/50 ticket sale (Oct. 13).
October 11: Fall and Winter Cycling Workshop (12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.)
This intermediate-level workshop is a great way to encourage warmer weather riders to try biking in the fall. Participants will learn more advanced tips and tricks about biking to work in winter riding conditions, including dressing for the weather; advanced cycling safety and use of your gears; cold weather care for your bike, lights, and visibility; and more. Lunch is included.
October 14-15: UBC Apple Festival
A family event for all ages, the UBC Apple Festival celebrates one of BC’s favourite fruits. From learning about the diversity of apples to tasting rare and unusual varieties, the Apple Festival is a great opportunity to discover more about this delicious fruit.
October 18: Kids Bike Library
Need a bigger bike? Come to the Kids Bike Library at the Bike Kitchen to exchange old kids’ bikes for a better fitting ride. Free kids bike tune-ups from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
October 19: ShakeOut BC (10:19 a.m.)
British Columbia is located in one of the most seismically-active regions in the world with more than 1,200 earthquakes recorded each year. While most are too small to be felt, the risk of a major one causing significant damage is real. Take part in UBC’s annual earthquake preparedness drill.
October 23-29: Bike to Work Week
Get more out of your commute while enjoying fresh air, improved health and a lower carbon footprint. Jump on a bike and invite a friend or colleague to join. You’ll feel great being active, get to where you want to go faster, and save money. Plus you have a chance to win some great prizes, including a cycling tour in Italy or new bikes!
October 27: The Pumpkin Run (2:00 p.m.)
Want to increase your daily step count with a scenic walk outside? Looking to fit a bit of fitness into your day? No problem – take part in this 6km Pumpkin Run (or walk) on the Point Grey Campus. Take part in the event as an individual or as part of a relay team.
October 30-November 3: Thrive Week 2017
Get ready to find new ways to build your positive mental health each and every day. Thrive is an annual, University-wide initiative for all students, faculty and staff. Join the UBC community, including campus partners and volunteers, by participating in a series of engaging and diverse events, activities and experiences.
October 31- November 9: Get Your Flu Shot
Even healthy people can get very sick from the flu and spread it to others. Getting the flu shot is your best protection against the flu bug. Book the 2017 clinic dates into your calendar now. The clinics will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Weight Watchers at Work (Tuesdays, 12:00 p.m.)
Join the UBC Weight Watchers at Work group today. Conveniently located at the UBC Bookstore, meetings take place upstairs. Program includes personalized food and fitness tracking, 24/7 chat and more.
Photo credit: UBC Food Services
By Miranda Massie on October 3, 2017
Just because it’s fall, doesn’t mean you have to put the bike in the garage. Bike to Work Week is back from October 23-29 and we have a month’s worth of tips for helping you keep up your cardio.
Week 1: Wet weather tips
Check out this handy video of the Top 10 Tips for Cycling in the Rain
Week 2: Ride inside
For the fair-weather riders out there, try taking an indoor spin class as an alternative to riding outside. Many community centres offer classes, or visit one of the many spin and cycle studios around town.
Week 3: Sign up for BTWW
Get more out of your commute while enjoying fresh air, improved health and a lower carbon footprint. Jump on a bike and invite a friend or colleague to join you for Bike to Work Week at UBC. Enter for a chance to win a cycling tour of Italy or a new bike!
Week 4: Track your progress
Staying motivated can be challenging, but these apps can help keep you focused on your goals as you track your distance, routes, calorie-burning success and more! You might just be your best competition.
Photo credit: UBC communications and Marketing
By Miranda Massie on May 4, 2017
This Month’s Feature
May 23-29: UBC Recreation Free Week
You are invited to try as many classes as you want, for free!
Drop in to fitness, yoga, Pilates, dance, martial arts, boot camps and aquatics classes for free from May 23-29. No experience is required. Try as many classes as you like, and then register for your favourites!
Others Events and Activities
May 5 – June 4: Candle: UBC Master of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibition
The Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of work by the 2017 graduates of the Master of Fine Arts program.
May 9: Weight Watchers at Work (UBC)
Join the upcoming 20-week Weight Watchers at Work program at the UBC Bookstore. Drop by on May 9 to register between 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. with no starter fees (other participant fees apply). See the program flyer for details.
May 13: Wesbrook Village Run for Women
Join the Wesbrook Village Running Room and Wesbrook Village in community, celebration and fun – supporting BC Women’s Hospital & Health Centre in its initiatives to help women in our community who bravely face mental health issues. Choose from 5K, 10K and walk/run options. Registration required.
The Vancouver Youth Symphony Orchestra will celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday in grand style, with a full program of Canadian works and guest artists at the Chan Centre. This is a family-friendly event. Please join our celebration and show your Canadian pride!
May 29 – June 4: Bike to Work Week
From May 29 – June 4, UBC will defend its title as reigning champion of the “Best Workplace (1000+ employees)” and “Best in Higher Education” categories during Bike to Work Week! Grab some co-workers, put together a team and get ready to ride. Make sure to visit our celebration event on June 1st from 4pm to 6pm to grab some treats, cycling resources, get a free tune up and register your bike with Project 529’s anti-bike theft system. For more information, and to register, visit the HUB website.
May 31: UBC Forward Food Summit
The Forward Food Summit brings together food-service professionals, industry leaders and others in a peer-to-peer environment to share insights into the latest trends for implementing and marketing plant-based menus. Click here for more details or to RSVP.
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By Miranda Massie on June 8, 2016
Fitting in Fitness is a health series for staff and faculty that shares tips and suggestions on how to increase physical activity.
Missed Bike to Work Week but still want to get outside? Check out these great tips and workouts to help you ride off into the summer sunset.
Enjoy the natural beauty of the city while keeping fit with these three local bike tours!
All you need to know to prepare for a summer full of cycling. Includes information on buying a bike and helmet, maps and route planning, bike research and data, and more.
Can’t get outside? Try these training tips for a successful spin workout.
Up your game on your off-days with these exercises that you can do anywhere.
By Miranda Massie on May 3, 2016
UBC based events and activities:
This May, the David Suzuki Foundation is challenging people around the world to join the 30×30 Challenge by spending 30 minutes a day in nature for 30 days. The goal: to reconnect human beings with nature for the sake of their health and mental wellbeing.
Free week at Bodyworks Fitness: May 2-7
Bring a friend and join Bodyworks for a free trial of popular fitness classes! Come as many times as you like between May 2-7. Registration is also open for the Spring/Summer Term. Click here to view the spring 2016 brochure.
Summer Yoga Series (Blusson Spinal Cord Centre): May 3-Aug 25
Do you work at or near VGH? Activate yourself this summer with lunchtime fitness classes. Taught by certified instructors and offered Tuesday and Thursday throughout the summer. Sign up for strength based full body workouts, combo yoga-pilates classes or both! (Cost: $230/32 classes; $120/16 classes; $85/10 drop-in classes)
The Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of work by this year’s graduates of the Master of Fine Arts program.
Free week at UBC Recreation: May 14-20
UBC Recreation Free Week is a chance for staff, faculty, students and the general public to try out any instructor-led classes in the Student Recreation Centre and Ponderosa Commons Studio. Drop-in to fitness, yoga, pilates, dance, martial arts, and boot camps for free. No experience is required, so try the classes out and register for your favourites! Full listings available here.
Our health and our work are interdependent. In view of changing demographics, work and labour markets, and social contexts, the key challenges to be addressed in work and health research and practice will be discussed. Join Dr. Ute Bültmann, University of Groningen, Netherlands for this public talk.
Difficult conversations come with leadership positions, and being able to navigate such conversations effectively is crucial to both personal and organizational success. Explore the reasons for fear and discomfort and learn strategies to manage emotional conversations by blending the application of skills, tools, knowledge and self-awareness. (Cost: $275)
Bike to Work Week: May 30-June 5
There’s no better time to get active and energized on your way to campus than Bike to Work Week. To help you prepare for your ride, UBC and HUB are offering a free lunch-hour workshop!
Free lunch-hour workshop on May 19
12:00 – 1:00 pm
Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability (CIRS) Policy Labs, 2260 West Mall [map]
This fun and interactive workshop will get you ready for Bike to Work Week, providing useful tips for cyclists of all abilities, from new riders to those who already bike to work. Certified instructors will discuss bike safety scenarios, taking bikes on transit, route planning, what to wear/carry, and much more.
Pizza will be served, so invite your colleagues and register today! Register to email@example.com to reserve your space.
Staff Pension Plan Fair: June 8, 2016
The UBC Staff Pension Plan (SPP) Pension Fair will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. on Wednesday, June 8 at the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre. Whether you are new to UBC, or have been part of the Staff Pension Plan for years, the Pension Fair is a great opportunity for you to learn more about your pension plan and gain some pension knowledge. There will be a variety of information tables for members to visit and learn more about the Plan as well as other retirement benefits and services. Visit the SPP Pension Fair event website for details on the venue, information tables, what kinds of questions you may want to ask, and more. No need to register!
By Miranda Massie on October 29, 2014
Bike to Work Week– Oct. 27-Oct.31
UBC`s community of staff, faculty, students and residents can support healthy workplaces and sustainable transportation by hopping on their bikes for one week, starting Monday Oct 27. Get healthy, active and energized at work, reduce your carbon footprint and win prizes!
UBC Thrive Week-Nov. 3-7
Thrive is a week-long series of events focused on building positive mental health for UBC students, faculty and staff. This year, UBC’s Vancouver campus will host over 40 events aimed at increasing understanding, building skills and developing coping strategies to feel good and build positive mental health year-round.
Grace Under Pressure: Managing Stress Through Strategy (UBC AAPS)-Nov. 3, 5
Develop a better understanding of your own reactions to stress and your ability to manage it. UBC AAPS will be hosting three sessions for members – one at St. Paul’s Hospital and two at Point Grey. A UBC THRIVE EVENT! Please note that these events are open to UBC AAPS members only.
Faculty and Staff at UBC are invited to answer questions on various topics such as career, resources and support, wellbeing, community, and leadership. The survey is confidential and anonymous and offered online (paper surveys available). Make sure that your voice is heard!
Influenza (flu) season is here and it’s important to think about protecting yourself and those around you from the flu. Get your flu shot to ensure you stay healthy throughout the fall and winter months. UBC is offering free flu shots to staff, faculty and students on a first-come, first-served basis. Learn more and be sure to reserve your spot! A UBC THRIVE EVENT!
Early Alert Training-Nov. 4, 5, 7
Early Alert is an early intervention response system that helps faculty, staff and TAs provide better support for students who are facing difficulties that put their academic success at risk. A UBC THRIVE EVENT!
UBC celebrates Movember’s mighty mustache-growing season by bringing together top experts in men’s health to discuss practical skills, tools, and approaches to keeping guys healthy. You won’t want to miss this diverse line-up of faculty, staff, and students who share the latest findings on the needs of men in maintaining positive mental health. A UBC THRIVE EVENT!
UBC’s Largest Zumba Class-Nov. 7
Give yourself a break and join UBC Recreation in celebrating Thrive at UBC with the University’s Largest Zumba Class. Free giveaways and snacks! Open to all abilities, no registration required. A UBC THRIVE EVENT!
Remembrance Day Ceremony (UBC)-Nov. 11
This year will mark sixty-three years that the University of British Columbia has hosted a Remembrance Day ceremony. This special ceremony is an opportunity for faculty, staff, students and members of the on and off-campus community to honour and remember all those who served in times of war, military conflict and peace.
alumni UBC Achievement Awards-Nov. 19
This November, the alumni UBC Achievement Awards will honour seven inspiring members of the UBC community who, through their extraordinary activities, have connected the university with communities both near and far to create positive change.
Mammography Screening Clinic-Nov. 20
The Screening Mammography Program (SMP) Mobile Services will be visiting UBC and providing FREE screening mammograms to women ages 40 to 79. Regular screening mammograms can find breast cancer early, usually before it has spread. Make it part of your regular health routine and book an appointment today! Pre-registration is required: To register, call 604.877.6187
Have a great healthy workplace idea, but need some seed money to get it off the ground? Already running healthy workplace programming but want to take it to the next level? The Healthy Workplace Initiatives Program (HWIP) is a fund available to UBC departments and units to support healthy activities for faculty and staff in the workplace.
Off Campus Events
Surrey International Film Festival-Nov. 1-14
This festival encourages emerging filmmakers to tell their stories, and showcases short independent films from around the world, culminating in the presentation of awards at the gala.
Hometown Hockey Tour, Burnaby-Nov. 8, 9
Ron MacLean is coming to Burnaby, BC, with the Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour to celebrate the city’s iconic hockey story. You’re invited to join the free weekend outdoor hockey festival packed with interactive activities for all ages.
Top Ocean Wise chefs compete head-to-head for the title of 2014 Ocean Wise Chowder Chowdown Champion. Taste all the delectable original chowders, paired with local craft beer, and vote for your favourite, all in support of sustainable seafood.
Anonymous Art Show, North Vancouver-Nov. 20-Dec. 20
The North Vancouver Community Arts Council & CityScape Community Art Space are very excited to announce the 10th Annual “Anonymous Art Show”.
Gulf of Georgia Cannery Farmers Market, Steveston-Nov. 2, 16, 30
Join the community every other Sunday from 10am-3pm inside the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site. The market continues the tradition of the Steveston winter market as a local attraction and a neighbourhood gathering place.
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By Miranda Massie on May 6, 2014
Weight Watchers@Work UBC Open House-May 13, 2014
The UBC Bookstore will be hosting a Weight Watchers at Work open house to kick of the latest series of sessions. Register to attend if you are interested in participating. A new series will begin on June 3.
UBC Tennis Centre-Spring Programs
Moving Minds Walk- May 15, 2014
Moving Minds is an annual free event promoting the use of breaks from work to support one’s health and wellbeing. This walk/run offers education as well as a community atmosphere to enable UBC community members to create healthy habits that promote vitality. For more information click here.
Diversity and Inclusion: Spring Symposium– May 16, 2014
This one-day symposium focuses on creative pathways to move communities, campuses and organizations into inclusion. presentations and discussions include practices in Aboriginal recruitment and inclusion, transgender and gender variant inclusion, and mental health inclusion in the work place.
UBC’s Bike to Work Week– May 26-30, 2014
The UBC community can support healthy workplaces and sustainable transportation by hopping on their bikes for one week, starting Monday May 26. To help get you ready, UBC and HUB are offering a Lunch-Hour Primer on May 13!
UBC Breastfeeding Cafe–May 28, 12pm-1pm
Are you a UBC mom with questions on latching or pumping? Looking for a welcoming place to meet others and nurse your baby or toddler? Ask questions, share your experiences with other moms in a non-judgmental environment. Click here for more information.
National Mental Health Week-May 5-11, 2014
The Canadian Mental Health Association is holding its annual Mental Health Week in May. Participate in local community events, donate to the cause and join the conversation around mental health.
When you shop at Vancouver Farmers Markets, you help keep BC farmers farming. Yaletown location opens May 1, while the Trout Lake and Kitsilano locations open May 10 and 11.
A two-month long series of free events and programs throughout Surrey that include storm drain marking, bird watching, hatchery tours and more!
The Robert Lee YMCA (955 Burrard Street Vancouver) has offered all UBC Staff, Faculty and non UBC Hospital staff a free two-week trial for the month of May (classes included) – For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cloverdale Rodeo-May 16-19 2014
This year marks the 126th year of this local country fair. The event includes family friendly entertainment, BBQ competitions, the West Coast Lumberjack show and lots of rodeo action.
Richmond Move for Health Festival-May 10, 2014
Enjoy main stage entertainment, “Discover your Sport” with Richmond Sports Council, explore interactive community booths, walk with the Mayor and meet Active Jack. Fun for the whole family!
Community Meditation-North Vancouver
Meditation can be incorporated in to daily life. Join the Kadampa Meditation Centre for weekly community classes at the John Braithwaite Community Centre Wednesdays from 7pm-8pm. Registration required.
Alive Interactive Magazine-May issue
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