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Community Health and Well-being

Fostering student, staff, and faculty well-being

The Faculty of Mathematics is dedicated to supporting the health and well-being of everyone in our math community. Whether you are a student, staff, or faculty member, we are committed to building a positive and inviting environment where you can study, work, teach, and conduct your research.

We believe in mathies helping mathies and in coming together as a community to improve our collective health and well-being. Find out more about the current resources and services that are available to you, and how you can get involved within our community below.


Mathie Wellness

The Faculty of Mathematics offers many helpful tips that can be used to help improve your own health and well-being at work, in the classroom, and beyond.

 


Employee Health and Well-being Committee

Reporting to the Dean of Mathematics, the Employee Health and Well-being Committee is an ad hoc committee in the Faculty of Mathematics. The primary function of the committee is to think strategically about the Faculty’s objectives and priorities with respect to the health and well-being of its employees (e.g., Postdoctoral fellows, staff, and faculty members). The committee also directs the work of the Employee Health and Well-being Working Group, who is responsible for coordinating efforts around developing and implementing faculty-wide projects, policies, services, programming, and supports for employee health and well-being.

Membership on the committee and working group is open to any postdoctoral fellow, staff or faculty member in the Faculty of Mathematics.

 


Student Health and Well-being Committee

Reporting to the Dean of Mathematics, the Student Health and Well-being Committee is an ad hoc committee in the Faculty of Mathematics. The primary function of the committee is to think strategically about the Faculty’s objectives and priorities with respect to the health and well-being of its students. The committee also directs the work of the Student Health and Well-being Working Group, who is responsible for coordinating efforts around developing and implementing faculty-wide projects, policies, services, programming, and supports for student’s health and well-being.

Membership on the committee and working group is open to any undergraduate or graduate student in the Faculty of Mathematics.