The Department of Sociology and Legal Studies is bringing back the Fall and Wellness Scavenger Hunts for Thrive Month. The purpose of these scavenger hunts are to promote wellbeing through time spent out in nature, exercise, relaxation, and self-care activities.
Join UW United Way and Chef Mark Meinzinger for a live cooking show as they make Polenta, a simple yet versatile meal that can be prepared in so many different ways. Register to watch the live stream from the comfort of your own home and follow along this quick and easy meal that is guaranteed to satisfy all!
Join us for weekly meditations - a great opportunity to take a few minutes to be centred, let go, and nurture your own wellness.
In collaboration with the President’s Anti-Racism Taskforce (PART), we will be hosting a panel discussion on intersectionality (the convergence of two or more identities within a person) and its effects on health and wellbeing. Please register for the discussion to receive the link to join.
Connect with our larger community through an act of service! The SJ Acts program offers opportunities for students to engage in meaningful community service volunteer positions.
Please join the School of Architecture as we Stride to Thrive along the Grand River. Meet at the back terrace at 12:30PM to begin the Thrive Walk, followed by socially-distanced apple cider at 1:15PM. We look forward to walking the streets and enjoying Fall treats with students, staff, and faculty.
Registration is not required.
Share your mental health and wellness journey by expressing how you manage and destigmatize mental health challenges through writing, music, or any expression of art. Submit your creative piece on the Thrive Creative Showcase Submission between October 19 - November 11.
In this workshop, you will explore the difference between a fixed mindset and a growth mindset, highlight your strengths, and set goals to improve your weaknesses. All students in the University of Waterloo community are welcome. View event links through the Renison virtual events website.
Participate in the Thrive Walk at Stratford with student, staff and faculty. Meet in the atrium at 12:15 pm to get ready and receive an awesome Thrive t-shirt! The walk will begin at 12:30 p.m. Registration is not required.
Kick-off Thrive Month by joining the annual Thrive Walk on campus, in your neighbourhood, or at home! If you're joining us on campus, there will be two locations where you will meet with a lead. All COVID-19 protocols will be followed and participants will be required to wear a face covering and remain 6ft apart during the walk. Please register to participate in the walk.
Thrive all year long with Warrior Recreation! Join webinars, online fitness classes, and create personalized nutrition plans. All fitness & wellness classes encompass a holistic approach and incorporate many different styles, techniques, and activities. Regardless of gender, age, or fitness level, you will find a class suitable for you.
If Trauma Could Echo is a community-based project that acknowledges and grieves the untold stories of trauma collected from students, staff, and faculty at Conrad Grebel University College and the University of Waterloo. This project accompanies Yasmeen Nematt Alla's exhibit at the Grebel Gallery, Not Traumatic Enough for a Shock Blanket.