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Healthier Princeton News

Volume 6, Issue 2, Winter 2010

Princeton University is more than a place of employment and education. It also offers lectures, readings, concerts, theater, music, films, exhibitions, athletic events, peaceful places of solitude and ways to stay fit and healthy.

Health

Novel H1N1 Influenza Update


Flu clinic held on Jan. 8

Over the past six months, University Health Services (UHS) worked collaboratively with several departments across campus, including Environmental Health and Safety, the Graduate School, Facilities, the Office of Communications and the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students to treat and prevent novel H1N1 on campus. More than 600 students exhibited influenza-like illness (ILI) this fall. UHS put in place a system to monitor students self-isolating in their rooms, including provision of a “flu kit.” Students with high-risk conditions who contracted ILI were closely monitored and treated at UHS’ Inpatient Services. This system will continue as ILI remains on campus.

In addition to treating illness, UHS worked to vaccinate as many Princeton University community members as possible during the fall. UHS was required to distribute the vaccine according to Centers for Disease Control protocol. The distribution of the first doses of vaccine were limited to those in high-risk categories. Five clinics were held in the fall and a total of 2,271 vaccines were given. Another clinic took place on Jan. 8 that was open to the entire University community; approximately 1,200 vaccines were given.

Influenza-like illness is still widespread in New Jersey and members of the Princeton community are urged to continue protective behaviors: Get vaccinated if you have not already; cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze; wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand cleaner; and keep your hands away from your face. If you develop ILI symptoms, please go home and stay home until at least 24 hours after your fever is gone without the help of fever-reducing medicines. Graduate students who develop symptoms should call UHS at 258-3141. Employees who develop symptoms should call their personal physician. Employees who do not have a personal physician and who would like a list of physicians in the Princeton area should call Employee Health Services at 258-5035 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Further information about influenza for the entire campus community is available on the University’s H1N1 website.

Healthier Princeton Faculty & Staff Wellness Programs

For information on wellness programs available for faculty and staff, including smoking cessation, Weight Watchers at Work, cancer screenings, cholesterol screenings, blood pressure screenings, fitness screenings and informational e-mails, please see the Faculty and Staff Wellness Programs calendar (.pdf) for spring 2010.

International Travel Planning

Faculty, staff and graduate students planning international travel are encouraged to schedule travel planning appointments for immunizations, travel-related prescriptions and education. Faculty and staff may call Employee Health at 258-5035 for an appointment. Graduate students may call UHS at 258-5357 for an appointment. Please schedule appointments for four to six weeks before the date of travel. More information can be found at the Travel Medicine Services page of the UHS website.

Osteoporosis Screening

As many as half of women and a quarter of men older than 50 will break a bone due to osteoporosis. You might not know you have osteoporosis until you break a bone. A bone mineral density test is the best way to check your bone health. Find out your bone density and what you can do to prevent or treat osteoporosis. Appointments are available Thursday, May 20, between noon and 3 p.m. Call Health Promotion and Wellness Services at 258-5137 to schedule your appointment.

Did You Know?

Faculty and staff can request a nurse practitioner from UHS to come to your department to do blood pressure and rapid diabetes screenings for your group. You can have high blood pressure or pre-diabetes for years without knowing it, and this opportunity provides you with a convenient check. Contact Health Promotion and Wellness Services at 258-5137 to make arrangements.

Resolutions for Healthy Living

Are you trying to live healthier in 2010? UHS provides many opportunities that can assist with New Year’s resolutions for healthy living:

  • Smoking Cessation is available for faculty, staff and graduate students. Free nicotine replacement products are available. A five-week course with group sessions on Thursdays begins Feb. 4.  For more information, call Employee Health at 258-5035.
  • Healthy Living Boot Camp continues on Feb. 2 with its final lunch and learn at noon in the west room of Murray-Dodge Hall. The topic will be starting and maintaining healthy habits. Walk-ins are welcome. Bring your own lunch.
  • Weight Watchers at Work continues with sessions on campus. Faculty, staff and graduate students are welcome. Call Health Promotion and Wellness Services at 258-5137 or e-mail akwagner@princeton.edu for more information.
  • Nutrition Lunch and Learn will be held during National Nutrition Month in March. UHS dietitian Victoria Rosenfeld will present on March 24. Watch for more information.

Accreditation

University Health Services is proud to announce its recent accreditation by the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) for meeting nationally recognized standards for the provision of quality health care. Having earned the highest level of endorsement possible -- a three-year term -- UHS continues to exhibit its commitment to ensuring patient satisfaction and care of the utmost quality, all the while providing a safe working environment. Ambulatory health care organizations seeking accreditation by the AAAHC, an independent nonprofit, undergo an extensive self-assessment and on-site survey by the Accreditation Association’s expert surveyors, volunteer physicians, nurses and administrators who are actively involved in ambulatory health care. UHS is proud to have met the challenge of accreditation and intends to consistently uphold the principles of quality improvement and patient care.

Hamilton Physical Therapy Services Available at UHS

Did you know you can get physical therapy services on campus? Hamilton Physical Therapy Services (HPTS) is a well-established provider of physical rehabilitation services in Mercer County and has an office at McCosh Health Center. With a variety of specialty programs and hours of availability, HPTS offers personal care for each patient. HPTS is available to Princeton University employees and students on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment. To schedule an appointment, call 258-4450.

Campus Recreation

Follow us on Facebook. On Nov. 19, we launched our new Facebook fan page. Gain free access to dozens of insightful fitness and nutrition articles on our blog and watch tutorial training videos that will teach you how to perform many of the exercises you always wanted but, as they say, were afraid to ask. We hope to hear from you!

Summer Camps

Registration for summer camps will be open for Princeton faculty and staff on Thursday, Feb. 4, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Frist Campus Center. This year, we will again offer the Junior Camp for ages 6 to 10 and the Senior Camp for ages 11 to 13. New for 2010 is a Counselor in Training program for ages 14 to 17.

Registration for non-University employees will open on Monday, March 15. Please bring your forms to Room 103 of Dillon Gym between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Summer day camp information and all necessary forms can be found on our website. If you need any additional information, please e-mail Jessica Ward at jessward@princeton.edu.

Group & Instructional Classes

For those trying to keep a New Year’s resolution in the winter weather, group and instructional fitness classes are a fun and motivating way to stay on track. Free trial classes will be offered from Feb. 1 to 5 in group fitness, yoga/Pilates, spinning and more. Campus Recreation also offers dance lessons (ballroom, Latin, social, swing, hip-hop and belly dance), martial arts classes and instruction in swimming, tennis, squash, golf, figure skating and scuba diving.

For more information on group and instructional programs, visit the Campus Recreation website or go to Dillon Gym, Room 103.

Guest Speaker Paul Kennedy

On Feb. 16, Campus Recreation will host a presentation by Paul Kennedy, Ed.D., called "The Workout that Works."  The event will be held in the Tower Conference Room of Dillon Gym from noon to 1 p.m. 

A former physical education teacher, football coach and wrestling coach, "Dr. Paul" served as a strength and conditioning coach at both Penn State University, where he received his doctorate in exercise sciences, and Rutgers University, following a successful career as a competitive weightlifter. Dr. Paul hosted and starred in "Be Fit, Stay Fit America," a 13-segment series of programs covering numerous health and fitness topics. He also appeared on weekly television programs in cities across the country and hosted his own radio show, "Get Fit Arizona," for nine years. 

Space for the event is limited and lunch will be provided to the first 40 people who have pre-registered and are in attendance. Please pre-register online

Wellness Screenings

The Stephens Fitness Center will play host to three free wellness screenings: blood pressure (Feb. 22 to 26); body composition (March 29 to April 2); and flexibility (April 12 to 16). During those weeks, you can simply ask a member of the fitness staff to do the screening any time from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Appointments are not required.

The 1,000-Point Challenge

This popular program gives participants the opportunity to earn points for doing any type of physical activity (with one minute of activity equaling one point). You can walk, swim, lift weights or do any other type of physical activity that you prefer. Besides improving your fitness, attaining 1,000 points will also earn you a free prize of your choice such as a T-shirt, tote bag, water bottle, travel mug or pedometer. The first 1,000-point challenge of the semester will run from Feb. 8 to March 14; the second challenge will run from March 29 to May 2. You can pick up a card to track your points in the Stephens Fitness Center. Or, you can print your own card from the website.

Upcoming Fitness Events

We offer a variety of fitness events throughout the year. The events are open to the campus community, including faculty, staff and graduate students. Here’s what you can expect in the spring semester:

  • Calorie Count (Monday, Feb. 8, and Tuesday, Feb. 9)
  • February Frenzy! (Monday, Feb. 8, to Friday, Feb. 26)
  • Get-A-Grip Challenge (Thursday, March 4)
  • Faculty/Staff Fitness Decathlon (Monday, March 22, to Sunday, April 25)
  • Bench Press Challenge II (Thursday, April 8)
  • Indoor Triathlon (Wednesday, April 28)

Note: Rules, recent results and records for these and other events can be found online.

Happy Birthday!

The Stephens Fitness Center opened to rave reviews on Jan. 31, 2000. Over the following 10 years, the facility has hosted an estimated 2.5 million workouts!

New Equipment

During spring recess, we’ll be replacing the five oldest treadmills in the Stephens Fitness Center. That’s five more reasons to work out!

Results of Fitness Events

Several fitness events were held in the fall semester in which many faculty, staff and graduate students “left their mark.”

On the Nov. 12 Strength/Endurance Challenge, each person had to do as many reps as possible on the barbell bench press with their bodyweight (men) or half of their bodyweight (women), followed by a three-mile run on the treadmill. The person with the lowest adjusted time was the winner. Finishing first among the men was Tyler Abrams GS. His performance included doing 10 reps with his bodyweight and then running three miles in 16:46 for an adjusted time of 15:56. There were no female faculty, staff or graduate students in this competition.

new fitness equipment
Rope-climbing machine in the Stephens Fitness Center

In the Rope Climb Challenge on Nov. 19, participants climbed 555 feet, the approximate height of the Washington Monument, on a rope-climbing machine. The men’s winner was Nick Kattamis GS, who bested John Furtado FS by four seconds. On the women’s side, Maia Reim from Princeton University Press finished first and Christina Peabody GS finished second.

On Dec. 3, a small but enthusiastic contingent of faculty and staff won the eighth annual Fitness Challenge by edging out a group of graduate students and the four classes of undergraduate students. Although this was the fifth year in a row in which the faculty and staff came away with top honors, it was the closest competition in the history of the event with the margin of victory being a mere three points, 79.0 to 76.0. The men’s winner was Nick Kattamis GS, followed by Marty Crotty FS and John Furtado. Nick and Marty each won two of the six activities in the event. There were no female faculty, staff or graduate students in this competition.

Tiger Trot for Hunger

On Nov. 20, we hosted the second annual Tiger Trot for Hunger that benefits the Crisis Ministry of Princeton. The Tiger Trot is a 5K run/walk around campus, where the entry fee is either a non-perishable food item or a monetary donation. We had a total of 163 people participate in the event as walkers or runners and more than 35 race marshals. The top three male faculty and staff winners were Chris Brock (18:28), Nolan McCarty (19:35) and Jim Barlow (21:44); the top three female faculty and staff winners were Andria Mirabel (22:52), Celeste Tini (24:36) and Elizabeth Tedesco (25:34). One of the largest teams was the Admission Office with 31 individuals. Most importantly, we collected large amounts of food and raised more than $200. Keep open the Friday before Thanksgiving in 2010 and join us.

Links

For information about instructional programs, intramural sports, sport clubs, fitness and recreational facilities, visit the Campus Recreation website.

Outdoor Action

Outdoor Action Day Trips & Programs for the Princeton Community

Visit the Outdoor Action (OA) website for details on upcoming day trips and courses for hiking, biking, kayaking, canoeing and rock climbing. To register for activities, visit the OA TripStore.

CPR & Wilderness First Aid Classes


Outdoor Action will be offering American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR classes to the University community. The cost is $35 for students and $50 for faculty and staff. OA also is offering several sections of HEART Wilderness First Aid during the semester. The seven-part intensive course covers patient examination and evaluation, body systems and anatomy, wound care, splinting, environmental emergencies and backcountry medicine. The fee is $105 for students and $130 for faculty and staff. Sign up for either course at the OA TripStore or call the OA office at 258-6230 for more information. Departments interested in scheduling courses for private group sessions may contact the OA office at 258-6230.

Outdoor Action Climbing Wall

Starting Tuesday, Feb. 5, open hours are:

Mondays, 8–10 p.m.
Tuesday–Friday, 4:30–6:30 p.m.

Outdoor Action's state-of-the art climbing wall is located inside the southeast column on the second level of the football stadium. Climbers of all abilities are welcome. Experienced instructors are on hand to teach skills, and OA offers various rock climbing classes and clinics. OA provides harness and climbing shoes. The climbing wall is open to Princeton students, faculty and staff; a PUID is required. Children of members of the University community may climb with a parent present. Groups can arrange a private climbing activity by e-mailing oa@Princeton.edu. The climbing wall is open throughout the academic year except during breaks and final exams. Sign up at the OA TripStore.

Dining

Campus Eateries

Woodrow Wilson Cafe
Woodrow Wilson Café

There are a wide variety of convenient retail dining options for students, faculty and staff at Princeton. Choices include several self-service cafés located in academic and administrative buildings, food court-style dining at the Frist Campus Center, as well as a private club serving faculty and staff.

Café Vivian, 100 Level, Frist Campus Center. A café serving organic, sustainable and local food in a relaxed environmentally conscious atmosphere, Café Vivian is operated by the award-winning Princeton University Dining Services. For menus, hours and acceptable method of payment see the Café Vivian webpage.
Chancellor Green Café, lower level Chancellor Green. The cafe is managed by Princeton University Dining Services. The Chancellor Green Café webpage provides menus, hours of operation and method of payment.
Food Gallery at Frist Campus Center. The Food Gallery offers a wide variety of options in a food court setting; menus and hours of operation for each eatery are on the Food Gallery webpage.
Studio 34, Butler College. The newest café on campus, Studio 34 is managed by Princeton University Dining Services. For menus, hours of operation and methods of payment, see the Studio 34 webpage.
Woodrow Wilson Café, Robertson Hall. Conveniently located at the Woodrow Wilson School, the cafe is managed by Princeton University Dining Services. The Woodrow Wilson Café webpage provides weekly menus, location information and hours of operation.
EQuad Café, Engineering Quadrangle. Managed and operated by Restaurant Associates, the EQuad Café is open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Visit the EQuad Café website for more information.
Genomics Café, Icahn Laboratory. Managed by Restaurant Associates, the Genomics Café is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Visit the Genomics Café website for more information.
Café 701, 701 Carnegie Center. Managed by Restaurant Associates, Café 701 is open 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. Visit the Café 701 website for more information.
Prospect House. A private club serving faculty and staff at Princeton, Prospect House is managed by Restaurant Associates and University Services. There are two distinct dining options at this location: the Garden Room, which is the full-service restaurant, and the Tap Room, a more casual self-service restaurant. Menus, hours of operation and directions are available at the Prospect House website.

Spring Farmers' Market on Firestone Plaza

The Princeton campus farmers' market at Firestone Plaza will return this spring for six weeks, open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays, April 13 through May 18.

Members of the University and local communities will have an opportunity to purchase fresh locally grown produce and other goods from area farmers and businesses that use sustainable practices. Expected vendors will provide a range of items including organic fruits and vegetables, grass-fed beef and lamb, free-range poultry and eggs, cheeses, breads, baked goods, ice cream and coffee.

The farmers' market was launched in 2007 and runs in the fall and spring. It is an initiative of Greening Princeton, a student organization devoted to improving environmental sustainability, and is staffed by volunteers from the group. It is cosponsored by the Department of Dining Services, the Office of Community and Regional Affairs, the Office of Sustainability, the Department of Building Services, the Department of Grounds and Building Maintenance, the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students and the Undergraduate Student Government Projects Board.

For a list of participating vendors and for more information, visit the farmers’ market website.

On Campus

Vanpool Program Begins

Vanpool

Princeton’s first vanpool, traveling from lower Bucks County in Pennsylvania, launched this past fall. Transportation and Parking Services organizes a vanpool when several interested employees, who reside in the same general area and have similar work schedules, are identified. Vans are supplied to each group, and fuel costs are shared among each member of the group, excluding the driver.

Vanpooling is one of several Transportation Demand Management (TDM) initiatives offered by Transportation and Parking Services. For more information on vanpools, and additional TDM programs and incentives, contact Andrea DeRose, TDM manager, at aderose@princeton.edu or 258-1656.

The University community can sign up for Princeton inMotion, an e-newsletter with TDM news and updates. Visit the Transportation and Parking Services website to sign up.

U-Store Unveils Healthy U

The Princeton University Store on 36 University Place has a newly expanded food section, “Healthy U,” which offers an assortment of healthy food items including fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grain products, nuts, specialty dairy products and hummus.

U-Store members save 10 percent on all grocery items. For more information including hours of operation, call 921-8500, ext. 100.

Richardson Auditorium Spring Schedule

The spring 2010 schedule of Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall will showcase a variety of Princeton groups within the Department of Music including the Princeton University Orchestra, Chamber Choir, Wind Ensemble, Glee Club and Jazz Ensemble. The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Princeton Pro Musica and Princeton Symphony Orchestra are also scheduled to perform.

For a full schedule and further information, visit the Richardson Auditorium website or call 258-5000. Tickets may be purchased online through University Ticketing; they also may be purchased in advance at the Frist Campus Center Ticket Office Mondays through Fridays from noon to 6 p.m. The Richardson Ticket Office is open for walk-up service two hours prior to the start of any ticketed event or performance.

Communiversity

Saturday, April 24. The annual town-gown celebration sponsored by Princeton students and the Arts Council of Princeton will take place on April 25 from noon until 5 p.m. (rain or shine). Numerous student and community groups will perform on four stages, and the streets of Princeton and the front of campus will be filled with crafters, artists, food vendors, merchants and community organizations. Campus groups that would like to participate should contact the Office of Community and Regional Affairs at 258-5144. For more information, go to the Arts Council of Princeton website.

The International Festival, a month-long series of special events, lectures and programs, culminates at Communiversity with international exhibits, food and performances, plus a flag presentation and procession by students from around the world. The opening gala for the festival is on March 27, at 8 p.m., in Richardson Auditorium, and will feature an international cultural show with music and dance. The event is open to the public and is sponsored by Princeton University’s Consortium of International Student Organizations and the Davis International Center. See the Davis International Center website for more information about the festival.

Fristfest 2010

FristFest

Princeton University students, faculty, staff and their families are invited to celebrate spring and the end of the academic year at the annual Frist Campus Center Fristfest beginning Thursday, April 29.

Fristfest will kick off with an outdoor picnic and feature live entertainment, games and other activities throughout the weekend. More information including a full schedule will be available on the Frist Campus Center website closer to the date.

Campus Programs, Lectures & Performances

The University offers a wealth of programming throughout the year. Most of the programs, lectures, exhibitions and performances are open to the public and many are free or offered at a reasonable fee. For more information go to the following University websites:

Art Museum
Lewis Center for the Arts
Princeton University Library
Princeton University Featured Events
Public Events Calendar
Public Lecture Series
University Ticketing (includes most University venues including athletics)]
Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs

Spirituality

"Performing the Sacred: An Evening of Dance, Poetry and Song"

The entire Princeton community is invited to "Performing the Sacred: An Evening of Dance, Poetry and Song" at 8 p.m. on Monday, April 26, in the University Chapel. This student-led event reveals the sacred through art in surprising and beautiful ways.

See the Office of Religious Life website for an up-to-date listing of all religious and spiritual events at Princeton.

"What Is Hope?": A Photographic Exhibition in Murray-Dodge Hall

The "What Is Hope?" exhibition includes 33 images selected from more than 100 submissions by Princeton students, faculty and staff. It is sponsored by the Office of Religious Life, the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students and the Office of the Vice President for Campus Life, as well as the Lewis Center for the Arts and the Daily Princetonian.

"What Is Hope?" is the latest in an annual series of exhibitions of photographs by Princeton community members who were asked to submit images addressing concepts such as sacredness, family and peace.

The exhibition will be on view in the Murray-Dodge Hall lobby through Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010. The exhibition also may be viewed online.

Work/Life

Going Green with Health Care

It’s easy to “go green” with UnitedHealthcare and Aetna. If you are enrolled in a UnitedHealthcare or Aetna health plan, you can turn off the paper explanation of benefits (EOB) statements and/or claims letters. The steps for each insurance carrier are provided below.

For Aetna members: Once a member has established an account through Aetna Navigator, using the secure member website, the member chooses “Your Profile” and then “Paper Saving Preferences.” Then click on “Turn off Paper.” Aetna will send an e-mail notification when a new claim and/or new activity is posted to a member's Aetna account.

For UnitedHealthcare members: Once a member has registered for myuhc.com, the secure member website, the member selects “Account Settings,” then “Mailing Preferences.” Once the paper is turned off, UnitedHealthcare will send an e-mail to notify the member of a new posting to his or her myuhc.com account.

Child Care Resources

Princeton University’s Employee Child Care Assistance Program (ECCAP) is designed to help faculty and staff meet the cost of child care. ECCAP is being offered to all benefits-eligible faculty and staff, with pre-kindergarten-aged children who are currently in child care or will be enrolled in child care and whose total annual household income is less than $130,000. The maximum award for one child is $5,000. An additional $1,000 may be awarded for a second child; the maximum award per family is $6,000. The award may be used to offset the cost of most child care arrangements, from in-home care to licensed day care centers or providers. Applications are accepted throughout the year. Applications must be received by May 1 of each year in order to receive the full award amount. Applications received after the deadline will be pro-rated. Employees whose co-applicants, although eligible to work, are currently not working but are actively seeking employment, may qualify for the ECCAP for up to one year. For more information about this benefit contact the ECCAP coordinator at 258-9118 or view the program overview at the HR website, where you may print out an application (.pdf).

Princeton University also provides a faculty and staff assistance program, Carebridge, which may be useful in assisting faculty and staff members by providing child care resources and information as well as a national child care database that contains information on more than half a million providers in the U.S. A Carebridge child care specialist can be reached at 1-800-437-0911 or via their website (access code TW8AE).

Backup Care is provided through Bright Horizons and is available to all benefits-eligible faculty and staff and may be used when your regular caregiver is unavailable, your child or adult family member is mildly ill, school or daycare is closed, an adult family member is recovering from medical treatment, or you are traveling for work. Benefits-eligible faculty and staff members may receive up to 100 hours per year. The charge for in-home care is $4 per hour for up to three dependents and $2 per hour for center-based care. For more information or to register with Bright Horizons call 1-800-557-0847 or visit their website.

2010 Spring Break & Summer Care Options

As winter draws to an end, the task of looking for spring and summer care options for school-aged children begins. Recently, the University invited many Princeton-area organizations to participate in the fifth Annual Spring Break and Summer Camp Expo to provide information regarding classes, camps and activities being offered this spring and summer season.

Attendees included the Arts Council of Princeton, Hun School of Princeton, Princeton Ballet School, Princeton Day School, Princeton Public Library, Princeton Summer Theatre Camp, Princeton University Sports Camps, Stuart Country Day School, Princeton Family YMCA, YWCA of Princeton, University League School, Carebridge, Bright Horizons Back-Up Care Options, Princeton University Summer Day Camp, University-NOW Day Nursery, Lawrence Day School and the Harmony School.

For more information regarding spring break and summer care options, contact Audry Rosenbloom at 258-9118 or via e-mail at audryr@princeton.edu.

Take Advantage of Individual Retirement Counseling Dates

TIAA-CREF and Vanguard, Princeton’s two retirement vendors, offer individual retirement counseling at three locations on campus: Frist Campus Center, New South and Princeton Plasma Physics Lab; TIAA-CREF also offers counseling at the Carnegie Center. Please sign up to take advantage of this free counseling session. You may bring your spouse and also get answers to your other financial questions regarding your personal investments. You do not need to be a current investor in order to make an appointment. If you would like to meet with a TIAA-CREF counselor call 1-800-732-8353, and for Vanguard call 1-800-662-0106 X 14500. If you have difficulty making an appointment, please call Elaine Richards at 258-9109.

Online Interactive Seminars on Health Issues for Women

UnitedHealthcare is offering a new, complimentary online series of interactive seminars called Source4Women, which are focused on keeping you and your family healthy. The seminars are fully interactive and include audio and video from UnitedHealthcare’s health, wellness and nutrition experts. Seminar participants do not need to be UnitedHealthcare members. All seminars are recorded and archived for viewing after the seminar date. For more information about past and future seminars, log on to the Source4Women website and click "Online Seminars.”

Contact the editor

Karen M. Woodbridge, editor, Healthier Princeton News, Director of Community Relations and Special Assistant to the Vice President and Secretary

Community and Regional Affairs, 22 Chambers Street, Suite 101

Campus Phone:
609-258-5656
Campus Fax:
609-258-9000

E-mail: karenw@princeton.edu


Faculty and Staff Wellness Programs calendar for spring 2010 (.pdf)


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