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Posted March 1, 2000


Mind-Body Movement Series: Qi Gong
March 17, 12:10-1 p.m., Tang Education Center

This introductory movement class offers unique techniques to help participants increase energy, improve posture and flexibility, or reduce stress and chronic pain. No enrollment required.

Workers' Compensation and Vocational Rehabilitation
Overview of Workers' Compensation
March 17, 9:30-11:30 a.m.

This workshop for supervisors and managers provides an overview of the workers' compensation process. Participants will be introduced to what is covered under workers' compensation, the general process of claims and the benefits required by law. Call Fumi Nihei at 643-7921 to enroll.

For information on health-related workshops and events for faculty and staff, see (

Employee Development And Training

The CALS Project offers campus employees free, convenient, confidential, one-to-one tutoring in basic writing, speaking, reading and math. For information, see the program website, at or contact Program Coordinator Jane Griswold (e-mail or phone 643-5280).



March 1-7, 2000 (Volume 28, Number 23)
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