As part of its Brown Bag lecture series, the UNM Staff Council hosts Anthony Fleg, with the New Mexico Department of Family and Community Medicine, Nov. 21 from 12 to 1 p.m. at the Faculty Staff Club located at 1923 Las Lomas Blvd. NE (just north of Anderson School of Management). Space is limited and RSVP's are required. RSVP to Mark Reynolds at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In his presentation titled, “Love as a Strategy for Social Change: Lessons Learned from the Native Health Initiative,” Fleg explains his belief that love is simply too powerful a medicine to ignore, and how he plans to incorporate love into his work with patients and in coordinating the Native Health Initiative. In this interactive lunch, love will be explored as a strategy for social change, asking tough questions of oneself and the work that one does.
The Brown Bag Lecture Series hosts a special guest on the last Friday of each month. Guests present or preform an in-depth discussion on a particular topic. Topics include wellness, heart health, navigating social media, pet care issues, learning a new dance step and more.
All staff are invited to the UNM Staff Council's Brown Bag lecture series. One does not have to be a Club member to attend. Additionally, lunch may be purchased at the Club. For more information, visit: UNM Faculty/Staff Club.