Faculty, staff, and administrators are invited to a 3-day professional development online event to connect virtually with colleagues, learn tools, tips and trends in higher ed, and grow UFV towards the future together.
The theme for this year’s PD Day virtual event is wellness - “Be Well. Learn Well. Work Well. The connection between good health and academic and workplace performance.” We will be focussing on how wellness plays a big impact on our personal and work lives.
All keynote, and workshop sessions will take place on Zoom.
The social will take place on GatherTown.
You must be registered separately for every session you want to attend .
Today you will be welcomed by Dr. Joanne MacLean, as we commence our three day "Wellness" event.
Keynote, Dr. Lee Brown will discuss fundamental principles of Aboriginal Healing with an emphasis on emotional health and wellbeing, and will be followed by workshops until noon.
Today you will can choose between some great wellness workshops in the early afternoon, facilitated by UFV Faculty, or Homewood Health.
Comedian, Rajnish Dhawan will end today with his performance titled "Culture Shock." Be sure to register for some laughs.
The third and final day of our "wellness" event, Dr. James Mandigo will welcome you and introduce our keynote.
Keynote, Dr. Susan Biali Haas will present: "Live Well: Manage Stress, Prevent Burnout, and Live A Resilient Life".
Emotional health and wellness in the time of a pandemic.
Former director of the Institure of Aboriginal Health in the College of Health Disciplines and the Indigenous Doctoral Program in the Department of Educational Studies at UBC.
Live well: Manage stress, prevent burnout, and live a resilient life.
Expert in Burnout Prevention, Stress Management and Resilience. Mental Health Advocate.
PD Day is supported by:
and the Teaching and Learning department.
For more information, email Teaching and Learning.