Healthy Campus Initiative’s TEDxUCLA Salon: Eudaimonia

Don’t know what Eudaimonia means? We aim to change that…
Eudaimonia (yüdēˈmōnēə), n. A sustained form of wellbeing that goes along with finding meaning and purpose in life; Human flourishing.

The UCLA Healthy Campus Initiative invites you to attend a TEDxUCLA Salon exploring Eudaimonia – what it is, and why we want more of it.
Featured speakers:
Meb Keflezighi (UCLA ’99): PrepareDr. Robert Bilder: Redefine HappinessDr. Bruce Chorpita: Attempt the Impossible
Meb Keflezighi is a four-time US Olympian, winner of the 2014 Boston Marathon & 2009 New York City Marathon, and a four-time NCAA Champion.
Following the TEDxUCLA Salon, Meb Keflezighi will be honored with the inaugural UCLA Eudaimonia Award in recognition of his exemplary commitment to health and excellence.
This event will include a live Mindful Music performance, complementary refreshments, and photo opportunities with Meb.
Eudaimonia is an idea worth spreading.
Kindly RSVP as seating is limited.

The Healthy Campus Initiative’s TEDxUCLA Salon is fast approaching on Wednesday, April 26th and we need your help to make the event a success!
Volunteer Details:
TEDxUCLA Salon: Eudaimonia (featuring 4-time US Olympian & UCLA Alumnus Meb Keflezighi)
Date: Wednesday, April 26th
Volunteer Time: 3pm-7pm
Location: the Pavilion Club at Pauley Pavilion