Join the College of Applied Sciences and Arts in celebrating its first annual, campus-wide, Health and Wellness Week, November 13-17, 2017. This week is designed to spread and increase awareness of healthy lifestyles at San José State University.
Have you heard of Green Mondays? Learn more and participate in exciting cooking demonstrations, Green Tastings and Tabling, and catch the provocative film “What the Health” on Monday, November 13.
Are you tired of ramen and mac & cheese? Attend one of the CHEW Cooking Classes held throughout the week at the Student Wellness Center where you can learn to prepare delicious enchiladas and fajitas. Compete with fellow students, faculty and staff in our fitness challenges held at the Spartan Complex and Yoshihiro Uchida Hall and at the end of the week, enjoy a restorative Meditation Retreat.
Don’t forget to attend the CASA Service Awards and Special Guest Presentation by Ysabel Duron, Founder and Director at Latino Cancer Institute, on Wednesday, November 15. Duron will speak on “22nd Century Medicine: Life Care Not Health Care.”
Use hashtags #SJSUTreatYourselfWell and #CASAHealthWellnessWeek to get reposted on CASA’s social media – SEE YOU THERE!