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well-being tips for the campus community.
Photo submitted by Lisa Madieros

Our beagle, Toby, died last year and we miss him greatly. Since I have been working from home, we decided it would be a great time to adopt a new dog from a shelter. This is Brady, 1/2 beagle, 1/2 chihuahua, 2 years old from Pet Finders. 

--Lisa Madieros/Testing Office

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I officially finished yoga teacher training in March 2020, right as this pandemic was emerging in the US. I have used my certification to serve my community and plan to continue as we move into this interesting time and beyond. I hosted a community class, Peace Is Our Protest, on 6/20 and we plan to safely keep it rolling. I hope to see some folks there. Email for upcoming details if you're interested. Take care everyone, much more mindful offerings to come.

--Armani Donahue/African American Black Student Success Center
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COVID-19 Contact Tracing Staff Needed in Santa Clara County

Contact tracing is the process of identification of persons who may have come into contact with an infected person and subsequent collection of further information about these contacts. In order to see the end of the pandemic and reopen the economy, a large amount of contact tracing is a key requirement by Public Health Officers throughout the region.
At this time we are passing along job descriptions for potential Contact tracers and adjacent staff in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, in partnership with the Santa Clara County Public Health Department and County of Santa Clara Emergency Operations Center. 
The jobs include: 
  • Contact Tracers
  • CICT Clinicians
  • CICT Team Leads
  • CICT Data Entry Specialists
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Would you like to optimize your home office sustainability and save money?

Join the SJSU Office of Sustainability's Green Home Office Challenge!
The Green Home Office Challenge is a FREE survey that offers staff, faculty and students the ability to self-audit your home office space and implement sustainable practices to reduce your environmental footprint and save on your energy and water bills. Additionally, the survey offers guidance on reducing materials and waste, conserving energy and resources, and increasing your overall environmental health and wellness.

The comprehensive survey may take you 15-30 minutes to complete, but at the end, you should get a good idea of how some of your current choices, habits, and practices that you follow can add up to help make your home more sustainable.

If more than 50% of the members of an office or department participate in the Challenge, the office can register for "Green Office" recognition. The latest Green Office Challenge results will be regularly updated on the SJSU Office of Sustainability website. The Top 10 offices/departments/student organizations will be recognized for "Highest Participation Award".

The Green Home Office Challenge will run between July 1st and August 31st.
Last Updated Aug 31, 2022