As may you know, the campus will be closed today and tomorrow due poor air quality as a result of the devastating fires in Northern California.
The following is a helpful website that allows you to monitor the air quality index in a given location. It also gives information on how the AQI may impact your health.
More importantly, on behalf of the Department of Kinesiology I want to acknowledge members of our campus community that have been directly impacted by the wildfires across the state. Please let us know if we can help out in any way.
For those that are able, there are many options available to help out those in need with financial contributions or donations of goods.
Linked below is a piece that offers some suggestions if you are inclined to help with the relief effort.
Health Conference, SJSU
CHAMP (the Center for Healthy Aging in Multicultural Populations) at SJSU cordially invites you to our fourth annual Health and Aging conference on Friday, April 24, 2015, 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
This year’s conference, co-sponsored by SJSU and the City of San Jose Department of Parks, Recreation, & Neighborhood Services, is an exciting multidisciplinary event (Anthropology, Engineering, Gerontology, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Psychology, and Social Work) involving several CSU’s in Northern California.
The research presentations address Working with Diverse Ethnic Populations; LGBT issues; Training Future Professionals in Aging; Skeletal & Joint Health; Mental Health of Older Veterans; and University/ Community partnerships to promote healthy aging in senior living communities. Poster presentation topics include cognitive functioning; physical activity; senior peer coaching; assistive devices; and alternative therapies (music, art, dance, and animal assisted therapies).
Visit the CHAMP website: http://bit.ly/1Hi55b0 to register and preview the Conference Program (attached) OR Use the link below to Register. Please share this invitation with your colleagues and students. Note that registration is FREE for students, and only $20 for faculty and professionals. We look forward to seeing you!
Click here to register: http://bit.ly/1Hi55b2