We are pleased to announce that the Flexwork Pilot was a success as confirmed by our survey and anecdotal data, and Cabinet has approved a flexible work arrangement policy. Flexible work arrangements must continue to ensure we achieve and maintain service and operational excellence while delivering a thriving and vibrant campus experience in keeping with the university’s Jesuit character and the expectations of our students. You can find detailed information on the Staff Flexwork Program website.
University Recreation facilities have been closed during the pandemic. Please view their website in the fall for exciting opportunities to promote physical health and wellness.
The Sanvello App provides on-demand help for stress, anxiety and depression. To access Sanvello Premium, faculty and staff can sign-up for free using their SU email address (@seattleu.edu). Download on the Apple App Store. Get it on Google Play.
Zen Meditation for Daily Living
October 7, 14, 21, 28
Come to the Campion Hall Multifaith Prayer Room or join Via zoom (given campus policy)
Have you ever considered meditation? The Center for Jesuit Education invites faculty and staff to explore the practice of meditation (inspired by the Zen tradition) and how it can enhance your daily life. We will meet four Thursdays at 12:30 for an hour. The sessions will be led by Eddie Daichi Salazar. Feel free to come with your curiosity, questions and “beginner’s mind.” All are welcome, and no experience with any kind of meditation is required, however, attendance at the first session on October 7 is required. For more information and to RSVP, please contact Eddie Salazar (email@example.com).
In the spirit of the Ignatian value to live as “contemplatives in action,” Soul Sessions provide a brief (15 minute) time to breathe, reflect, and find inspiration for our students’ education, for the work of racial and social justice, for attending to needs of our families and colleagues, and for the betterment of the world.