UT Staff Council's Sustainability Committee and the Office of Sustainability partner to host this annual lunch event for staff. The event will feature a plant-forward, create-your-own burrito bowl lunch!
NOTE: Registration deadline is Tuesday, April 4, 2023. Space is limited and attendees confirmed for the in-person lunch will receive a calendar invite confirming their seat. Anyone who cannot be accommodated for the in-person lunch will be provided with the link to attend the virtual version of the event.
Adorable plants will be distributed to in person attendees.
As the university continues to adjust to a ‘post-pandemic’ daily workplace, and also to sudden, but seemingly more frequent extreme weather events, we need to step back and reflect on self-care and community-care. During the lunch, we will be exploring actions that could lead to a more sustainable future for university employees.
Our panel discussion will be focused around this question: How can UT staff be engaged in their own health and well-being, and what are the opportunities to support equity, resiliency and community action related to health and well-being?
We’ll hear from the following experts who are doing research and innovating to help define the future of health and well-being, and discuss the environmental, economic, and equity implications of different possibilities.
- Susan Harnden, Director of HealthPoint, Office of the Associate Vice President for Human Resources
- Johnny Lee, Micro Mobility Coordinator, Parking and Transportation Services
- Dr. Miriam Solis, Assistant Professor of Community and Regional Planning, School of Architecture
Please consider joining colleagues for the April 2023 Waller Creek Clean-up.