Common Meal: Spirituality & Healing
Tuesday, March 8th | 6pm | P&S’s Merritt Conference Room
The Office of the University Chaplain will be hosting a common meal discussion at CUMC for the first time ever. Entitled “Spirituality and Healing,” this common meal will feature a panel of religious leaders speaking for 3-5 minutes each about the role that spirituality plays in their work and traditions with regards to healing and wellness. It will be moderated by Columbia University Chaplain Jewelnel Davis. A vegetarian dinner will be provided.
As a reminder, Common Meal provides students, faculty, senior administrators, and New York City community leaders with a venue to discuss a specific topic or an emerging issue affecting the Columbia Community over a vegetarian meal. Those interested in attending, including yourself, should email email@example.com to reserve a spot.
"There is no royal road to anything, one thing at a time, all things in succession. That which grows fast, withers as rapidly. That which grows slowly, endures."
- Josiah Gilbert Holland
Monday, March 7 | 5:00-6:30pm | HSC LL 109B
Join us for an early evening of knitting and connecting. Needles & instruction provided - all levels welcome & encouraged! To be added to our CUMC Knits email list, please email us here.
Pet Therapy Wednesday, March 9 | 5-6pm | Bard Hall Lobby Come hang with Ely for some giant puppy love.
States of Grace: A Journey of Loss, Resilience & Renewal
Wednesday, March 9 | 5-7pm | HSC 401
The Columbia University Medical Center Project for Interprofessional Education and Practice, with support from the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, welcomes you to special screening of the award winning film States of Grace and to a discussion with the protagonist and filmmakers. For more information please see the event invitation and the event flyer.
Mental Health Rounds: Social Justice is a Mental Health Issue
Thursday, March 10 | 11:45am-1pm | HSC LL 103
Presenter: Mayowa Obasaju, Ph.D
Please join us in welcoming Mayowa Obasaju, Ph.D, for the second Mental Health Rounds, an ongoing lunchtime educational series hosted by the Mental Health Service in collaboration with students from across CUMC. *Lunch will be served.
Make Your Own Air Plant Terrarium Crafternoon
Thursday, March 10 | 12-2pm | Bard Hall Lobby
Fill a mason jar with decorative rocks, shells and/or a figurine to make a happy home for your new air plant!
Wellness Appointments What are they?
Totally free & confidential, Wellness Appointments provide you with a solution-based approach to address personal, academic & professional concerns. We'll help you strategize, prioritize, problem solve, & develop an action plan targeted toward your individual concerns. Learn more in our FAQs.When are they? We no longer have designated walk-in hours. Instead, we encourage you to email us to set up a Wellness Appointment. Of course, if you stop by and our door is open and we have the time in our schedule, we would be happy to meet with you. For important information regarding these changes, including why we've made them, how to make a Wellness Appointment and the best times to reach Jane & Justin, please read more here.
Mind Body Programs Meditation Center for Student Wellness Monday | HSC LL 202 Wed | 12:05-12:25pm | Bard Hall 101 Milstein Hospital
Monday | 12:30-1pm | 5th Floor Chapel Wed | 12:30-1pm | 5th Floor Chapel
Friday | 12:30-1pm | 5th Floor Chapel Psych Institute Tuesday | 12:30-1:00p | 1st FL Rm 1200Yoga & Pilates We're offering a mid-semester ticket package deal for anyone who would like to take advantage of this low-cost opportunity to start or continue their yoga & Pilates practice. Register for 5 tickets for $40 ($8.00/ticket)here. After registration is complete, please make sure that you fill out our online waiver. You will not be permitted to take class without a signed waiver.
Nutrition Services Meet with onsite dietitian, Colby Golder, R.D., M.S., to learn about healthy eating, managing illness or disease through diet, weight gain or weight loss strategies, or improving athletic performance. Please call 212-305-3400, prompt 1 to check availability and schedule an appointment with Colby. Read more about our rockstar R.D. here.
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