Dr. Héctor Escamilla, president of the University of Tecmilenio in Mexico, will deliver a special presentation on well-being in higher education on Monday, September 25, from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. in Fenwick Library #2001 (Reading Room). Learn how his large, private university is carrying out their well-being initiative at Escamilla's talk, "Making a Bold Commitment to Institutionalizing Well-Being in Higher Education: Tecmilenio University as the First Positive University Model".
"This is a wonderful opportunity for Mason as we continue to advance our well-being university agenda to learn from an institution that has made a similar commitment with a bold vision," said Dr. Nance Lucas, executive director of the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being.
The University of Tecmilenio’s mission is, "to help people define their purpose in life and provide them the competencies to achieve it." Come discover what they're doing and what we can learn from each other as universities committed to well-being.
September 12, 2017