NC State will honor its employees next week as part of a statewide effort to recognize state employees.
The governor has designated Sept. 27 to Oct. 2 as State Employee Recognition Week and Sept. 30 as State Employee Appreciation Day.
On Sept. 30, NC State will send employees a special video message from Chancellor Randy Woodson and members of his cabinet. In recognition of the week, University Human Resources has scheduled a series of virtual events for employees.
“I am immensely proud of our employees and all they have accomplished while facing a myriad of challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic the past six months,” said Marie Williams, associate vice chancellor for Human Resources. “They deserve a week of recognition and so much more.”
The schedule of events for next week is below.
Tuesday, Sept. 29
How-To Guide for Healthy Living
Leading a healthy life can be challenging, but it may not be as tough as you think. Join this introductory session to learn the foundations of healthy living and the opportunities NC State has to support you in your journey to a healthier you.
Wednesday, Sept. 30
State Employee Appreciation Day
NC State will email a special thank you video from the chancellor and cabinet members to employees.
NC State Sports Trivia
Join us for a one-hour trivia event via Zoom. You can test your knowledge of NC State sports, connect with fellow employees from the Wolfpack community and compete for an NC State Intramural Sports championship T-shirt.
Thursday, Oct. 1
Mindful vs. Mind Full
Balancing work and personal life can be overwhelming. This interactive session, which will take place via Zoom, is designed to help you find a moment or two every day to practice mindfulness and get relief from everyday stressors and appreciate yourself. You’ll have the chance to try some easy guided mindfulness exercises and reflect on what works for you.
Friday, Oct. 2
High-Intensity Interval Training Class
Physical activity is important not only to your physical health but mental health as well. Come participate in a high-intensity interval training class that’s good for any level. Be sure to dress in casual, comfortable clothes that allow you to move freely.
What’s in Your Lunchbox?
Has lunch been a little blah lately? Learn from Lauren Smith, a registered dietitian, how to build a healthy lunch and tips to eat balanced meals while on the go.