UNCG Campus Weekly

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Come to De-Stress with Less … Monday Play … Bridging the Gap

The Lloyd International Honors College collaborates with university partners and special guests to offer three unique programs for UNCG faculty, staff, and students:

New!  De-Stress with Less: Focus and Re-Center
Time: Every Thursday at 1:30 p.m. (till 2:00)
Location: At Faculty Center this week, but locations will vary – Check workshops.uncg.edu for location for the week
No registration required; limited to first 25

Looking for a great way to end your week?! Relax and breathe; stretch and re-center. Join us to learn fun and easy techniques to relieve stress. Focus on personal well-being with special guests. Yoga mats are provided – or bring your own. Relaxation and rebalancing every Thursday at 1:30 p.m.

Monday Play!
Time: Every Monday at 12:14 (till 1:00)
Location: Faculty Center
No registration required

Looking for a great way to start your week?! Come join us for some improvisation and play every Monday at 12:14 (and 42 seconds) in Faculty Center. Co-led by improv/play aficionados Sarah Dreier-Kasik and Omar H. Ali, Monday Play! is the way to kick-start your week with some free play and games.

Play is fundamental to our ability to continue growing and developing – and it’s fun. Drop in for some play any or every week and experience the power of play … All power to the players!

Bridging the Gap!

The purpose of the Student Advisory Council for the UNCG Police is to communicate student questions and concerns and to make recommendations to the Chief of Police. The Council is to serve as the UNCG student body’s voice to the command level of the UNCG Police Department. The Council will work collaboratively with the Chief of Police and Department to examine areas of concern and celebrate areas of success.

Principal Objectives of the Student Advisory Council

* To bring diverse perspectives and help guide the practices of UNCG Police with regard to communication with the campus.

* To promote dialogue between UNCG students, faculty, and staff and UNCG police as a way to support positive community police relations.

* To propose new programs, workshops, and community-outreach events to be co-led by students and the UNCG Police.

The primary benefit of the Council includes giving the UNCG community a safe space to create new opportunities and relationships with police officers.

Photograph, from a Monday Play session, by Mike Harris.