Healthy Gators 2010
Volume I Issue 3
Healthy Gators Chooses Stress
This year Healthy Gators 2010 will focus on helping UF faculty, staff
and students reduce their stress levels. Throughout the year we will
increase awareness on how stress influences health and offer practical
tips for preventing and managing stress.
Fall Stress Busters
Study Skills Survival Fair--A chance for freshmen and other
students to learn about campus resources for academic success and
stress management. Part of Weeks of Welcome. Friday,
September 15, 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Reitz Union Colonnade.
Gators on the Go--A free web-based exercise program that allows
UF faculty, staff and students of any fitness level to track their
activity level during the fall semester. Visit
www.healthvyators.hhp.ufl.edu for more details.
Mark your calendars for the Gators on the Go kickoff event
featuring UF First Lady Chris Machen. The event will take place
on Tuesday, September 26 at the Reitz Union Colonnade. Chris
will lead a one-mile walk at 11:30 a.m. and give a speech at Noon.
Contact Vladimir Oge at vladl(kufl.edu if you intend to walk
and/or are interested in working at the info table some time between
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Program-- This eight week
series begins on September 26 and teaches participants to mobilize
their deep inner resources for learning, growing and healing. Open
to the public. Continuing education credit is available. Register at:
www doce-conferences ufl edu/Basic/ 192 asnx
Sidewalk Signs Soon you will see the
Healthy Gators 2010 logo painted on campus
sidewalks to mark different running/walking
routes! Routes range from 1 to 5 miles. A map
of the routes will be posted on our website by
September 5th. The signs should be completed
by the end of the fall semester.
Thursday, August 31
2:00 p.m., 215 FLG
Programming and Comm/PR
Tuesday, September 12
1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m., 215 FLG
Study Skills Survival Fair
Reitz Union Colonnade, July 6, 2006.
Over 150 students attended.
Student Health Care Center
Center for Spirituality and Health
UF News Bureau