The Penn Vet Wellness Task Force, Culture Committees, Student Wellness Committee, and HOOF (Helping Others On the Frontlines) Committee have compiled resources to help you stay connected and well during this time of social isolation and stress. These resources can help you practice self-care and stay mentally well. We can all practice self-care but if you feel you need more help during this time, please do not hesitate to reach out to Dr. Page Buck, the counselor at New Bolton Center, or CAPS. Dr. Buck remains available remotely and has sent the message below. Please also see more contact information on the Penn Vet Wellness Resources page.
Healthy Eating and Cooking
Take a Free Course or Learn a New Skill
For more opportunities to engage in learning and professional development during this pandemic time, check out the Penn Vet Professional Development LibGuide
Please enjoy these issues of The Locust Scroll where we explore ways to connect and find hope during challenging times. Please also subscribe to the newsletter to stay updated on opportunities to engage with the Penn community this summer. We hope you are Thriving @ #PennAtHome! -
Natasha Menon, President, Undergraduate Assembly
Dr. Greg Callaghan, President, Graduate and Professional Student Assembly
Dr. Valarie Swain-Cade McCoullum, Provost’s Distinguished Senior Fellow, Graduate School of Education; Vice Provost for Student Engagement
Campus Recreation instructors are posting videos of at-home workouts on Instagram and Twitter (@PennCampusRec) in a series called “Quarantine Chronicles,” using #QuakerEveryDay to showcase the various methods the University community is using to practice physical wellness.