Dealing with Stress

This seminar examines the Stages of Stress, it's negative impact on our daily performance and how we can reduce that impact by applying a few simple, healthy behaviors. The program is predicated on the understanding that great success in lowering stress levels and increasing health can by accomplished by most people without drastically altering their lifestyles.
February 28, 2013
09:00 am - 11:00 am
Joseph R. Pearson Hall, Room 204
4-4946


KU in the news
The Wall Street JournalMon, 04/14/2014
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#KUtbt to the dedication of Hoch Auditorium in 1927. After Hoch was lost in the fire of 1991, the building was rebuilt as Budig Hall, but the three lecture halls inside are still known as Hoch Auditoria. What is your favorite class you've taken in the 1,000 person classroom in Budig? Tags: #KUcampus #tbt #History #Auditorium

#KS needs 213 new #doctors annually to maintain current level of #physicians per capita by 2030. http://t.co/pYHMDGmj84 #Doctors4KS #ksleg
KU-Van Go partnership supports young people in need Van Go, a Lawrence social service agency, and student interns from the University of Kansas use art to teach job and life skills to high-needs youth. Since the program was established in 1997, hundreds of teens in crisis have found success as they create art for the community. In 2013, Van Go and KU received the inaugural Outstanding Community & Campus Collaboration Award at the Campus Compact Heartland Conference on Civic Engagement. The award recognizes an outstanding, involved, and sustained campus--community partnership.


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