Just for Fun: Brain Breaks
Need a little distraction? An easy activity to give your brain a break? Or maybe you just want a few minutes to catch up with your fellow Hawks and connect. Well, you've come to the right place!
Check out some of the ideas below, and if you've got some ideas of your own to share, let us know!
Check out these Spotify playlists submitted by UHart alumni. Send us your favorite playlists to share!
UHart Coloring Pages
Download and print these UHart coloring pages to enjoy a relaxing activity for yourself or with your family.
UHart Alumni Book Club
Feed your brain while staying home. Read along as a new book is selected every two months, engage online, or be part of our next discussion (BYO coffee, tea, or beverage of your choice!).
Or, check out the Book Club's recommended reading of relevant books to stay informed and gain deeper understanding.
Many of us are finding ourselves cooking a lot more these days. Maybe you've discoverd a new love for cooking, or just run out of ideas? Check out some easy-to-prepare, but delicious recipes. Try one or all, and share your creations with us on social!
If you've got your own favorite you'd like to share with alumni, send us your recipe.
Take a break while you're working from home to network and engage with thought leaders from various industries, while developing your professional skills.
Revisit Class Notes
While everyone is social distancing and staying at home, catch up on any past news and updates from your fellow Hawks. See who got married or welcomed a little one, celebrated a professional milestone, published a book, or had a show. UHart alumni are doing some amazing things!
If you have news to share—or maybe past news you'd like to share now—submit a class note or tag us on social media! Select submissions may be published in our next issue of H magazine.
The UHart community is rising to the challenge and making a difference. Big or small, these acts of kindness are an inspiration to all of us.
Missing the UHart campus? Choose your favorite scene and add a piece of UHart to your next virtual meeting.