2015 - 2016
Over the years, the “Year Of” program has provided a framework for looking at the relationship between science and religion, humans and our environments, the relationships between self and society, methods of conflict transformation, and – this year – our wellness.
During this Year of Wellness, we are hosting events, discussions, activities, and academic explorations of how our preconceived notions intersect with the reality of physical, mental, spiritual, economic, and relational wellness.
The title provides the frame for topics that encourage academic debate as the college aims to consider:
- How do we compose wellness?
- Is wellness composed merely in our relationships with food, sleep, and exercise? What about our relationships with other people?
- How does wellness look between friends, lovers, and family?
- What happens during major life transitions? What do we do to maintain wellness throughout these transitions?
- Is wellness a perfect ideal that we strive for, or is it found in the “good enough” moments in life?
- What happens in the times when wellness “hits the fan”?
- Wellness: An International Perspective April 30, 2016
- “Coming Back”: Military Veterans Transitioning Home & How Civilians Can Support Them April 16, 2016
- Living, Loving, Dying in Games and Virtual Reality April 7, 2016
- How Do You Get To Be Happy? Practice, Practice, Practice April 2, 2016
- Save a Life through Hope and Understanding March 29, 2016
- Let’s Talk About Sex March 18, 2016
- The Reality of Eating Disorders February 29, 2016
- PRIDE: Parade, Prom, Community February 25, 2016
- Personal Financial Success February 12, 2016
- Stigmafree: by NAMI In Our Own Voice, and NAMI on Campus Moorpark College November 30, 2015
- Artistic Wellness and Self-Preservation: Love’s Longevity in Cutie & the Boxer November 30, 2015
- Promoting Animal Wellness Through Behavior Management November 30, 2015
- Investing in Yourself: Financial Literacy November 4, 2015