SNR Wellness Initiative
E-mail notices of SNR and UNL Wellness activities.
A plan of four goals covering environmental wellness, walking breaks/meetings and increased graduate student involvement for 2018. Read the plan.
SNR has a small array of outdoor games items that can be checked out for use on the SNR North or South Lawns. You can find these items at Nebraska Maps and More. Currently the collection includes some frisbees, baseballs and a kickball. Donations of small size sporting equipment are welcome.
The "Be a Recycling Champion" initiative is aimed at reducing the number of unacceptable items that are tossed into recycling bins. Join Mayor Beutler and local advocates to urge the public to #RecycleRight and make Lincoln cleaner, greener, and more beautiful. Learn More
Rides from Hardin Hall or other starting points along the MoPac Trail to Eagle NE. Look for a couple more in early August and September on a Tuesday night. Contact Mark Mesarch at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Join the SNR Team in the National Bike Challenge. Track the miles you ride for fun, working out or commuting to work. When you sign up join the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, East Campus organization and the School of Natural Resources team. The last couple of years Lincoln has been the top city in the challenge. Help keep us on top while having fun and being a great steward to the environment. The challenge runs from May 1 to September 30. Join in for the season, a month, or just a ride.
Beginning January 1, 2018, the University of Nebraskaâ€“Lincoln will be smoke-free, tobacco-free and vapor free. Read More...
Life balance is extremely important in our society with its ever increasing pace. SNR is fully committed to supporting and encouraging our wellness activities because it is good for the productivity of our unit, but more importantly it is good for the wellbeing of our faculty and staff. John Carroll SNR Director and avid bicyclist
I was able to successfully lose 40 to 50 pounds and have kept most of it off over the years because I've accepted that it just takes a long time to make lifestyle changes and I'm okay with that Crystal Stiles Applied Climatologist