Thursday, February 13, 2020

  • Sponsored by Lifelong Learning

    Have you ever wondered why it is that people who desperately want to adopt healthier lifestyles don’t stick with them once their initial burst of motivation fades?  This provocative webinar will showcase a new science-based paradigm to better foster sustainable motivation and behavior change. 

    Dr. Michelle Segar will explain why logic-based reasons for behavior change (e.g., better heath, weight loss, disease prevention, etc.) keep people stuck in cycles of starting and stopping but not behavioral sustainability. Attendees will leave this session with a more strategic way to approach and promote the sustainable behavior necessary for achieving and sustaining improved health and well-being. 

    About the Speaker:
    MSMichelle Segar, PhD, MPH, MS bestselling author of No Sweat and sustainable behavior change scientist, directs the University of Michigan’s Sport, Health, and Activity Research and Policy Center. She has translated science into sustainable behavior change messages and programming for decades and is a recognized pioneer and leading authority in this field. Her comprehensive, science-based, and tailored approach to creating sustainable behavior change related to healthy lifestyles and well-being has made her a sought-after speaker, sustainable-behavior-change trainer, consultant, and learning/intervention expert for global organizations seeking to accelerate and sustain positive change.

    Register for this webinar and check out other online events here: https://alumlc.org/jhu/upcoming

     

  • Join JHU alumni and friends for a casual get-together at one of Howard County’s newest breweries. Sapwood Cellars brews delicious, creative beers that focus on ethically sourced grains, organic hops, local fruit, and free-range yeast. Meet us in the taproom to try their selection of beers while connecting with fellow Hopkins alums and guests.

    Your registration includes food and drink. 

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