Wednesday, March 2, 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Location: Student Center Room 320 Attorneys from ARAG Legal will host an informative session on why Powers of Attorney are needed. Learn how to define processes, permissions and provisions - whether financial or medically warranted. This informative session will also have time for questions about this very complex issue. This is usually a very popular workshop and space is limited – so register early!
Wednesday, February 24, 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Location: Student Center Room 320 An overview of the most common issues and symptoms that show up around mental health in the workplace and how to "map" the conversation around them. You'll also hear some real time scenarios, and learn about the Employee Assistance Program and how to access it.
Wednesday, February 17, 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Location: Student Center Room 320 Do you find yourself walking down the packaged food aisle in your grocery store and making decisions based on what’s on the front of the package? Do you feel confused about what is truly healthy? Learn the truth about food marketing and gain practical and applicable tips to use on your next grocery run. Empower yourself to understand what’s really in the food you’re buying.
Friday, February 12, 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Location: Student Center Ballroom (Gold) From lacrosse to LEGO® bricks, music to mathematics, there's a summer camp for every kid. With so many choices, the Georgia Tech Summer Camp Expo is here to help! Showcasing Georgia Tech and select metro Atlanta summer camps including specialty camps. Camp representatives will be on hand to answer questions regarding enrollment, application submission, and camp activities.
The Georgia Tech community is invited to a very important presentation on detecting and preventing child abuse. During this session, Ann Franke, a national higher-education consultant on child abuse detection and prevention, will share the following vital information on recognizing:
Profiles of child predators on college campuses nationwide, and
Signs of predatory behavior and of child victimization.
This is a must-see presentation for anyone who works with minors on or off Tech's campus.
Georgia Tech students, faculty and staff may receive a 20% discount on most items during this week when they show their BuzzCards to the cashier before purchase. Discount may not be applied to textbooks, computer hardware and software, NOOKs, calculators, class rings, iPods, clearance, graduation regalia, convenience items or previously discounted items.
Georgia Tech welcomes its first director of the newly formed Center for Community Health and Wellbeing to campus this week.
Suzy Harrington, who assumed this role Dec. 7, comes to Tech from Oklahoma State University, where she served as chief wellness officer. Harrington’s responsibilities at Tech will include overseeing the Campus Recreation Center, Stamps Health Services, and Health Promotion.