Spinning Out of Control: My Journey to Health and Self- acceptance
6:30pm, Thursday, October 5th, C4 Multipurpose Room
7:20 - 8:00pm, optional fitness class, C4 Multipurpose Room
Originally hailing from Binghamton, Jen Tallman is a NYC-based certified Spin Instructor, social media personality, and blogger. She has received media attention for her health transformation and has been featured on Dr. Oz and in Women's Health Magazine.
Come hear Jen's story of transformation. Find out how she lost over 100lbs, overcame disordered eating and started living a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Following the talk Jen will lead an optional fun and energizing total body fitness class. Follow her on Instagram @jenSpinsNYC and check out her blog at artificallybalanced.com
7:00, Wednesday, March 22, C4 Multipurpose Room
Come celebrate your body by joining the EAC for a fun night of dancing. It's Zumba blacklight party. There will be free giveaways and a photobooth. Bring your friends!
Winning at Health
6:30, Tuesday, April 4th, Old Union Hall
Individuals share their journey to improved health through lifestyle. There will be four presenters talking about the suggests they have been through and how they have over come them by changing their lifestyle.
Embrace: Movie showing
7:00pm, Old Union Hall, Monday, February 27
Embrace is a documentary that examines the global issues of body dissatisfaction. Director and image activist, Taryn Brumfitt takes the audience on her journey to encourage people to be more accepting of their bodies.
10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 22, East Gym Gym
Come to the 2016 BU Health Fair to learn more about resources available on campus and in the larger community that promote health and wellness! Sample food and drink, participate in exercise sessions, enjoy chair massages, and get a tour of Fit Space. Stop by the Eating Awareness Committee table to learn more about us and our upcoming programming.
Spread Your Light
5:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 22, Peace Quad
To commemorate National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, join us for a symbolic vigil honoring those living with eating disorders. Find about how you can help spread your light and create more positivity in the Binghamton University community.
Disordered Eating to Eating Disorders: How Eating Affects the Body, Mood, and Brain
6:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 22, UU-Mandela Room
We are bombarded by ways to diet, eat healthier and live longer. How do you navigate what is right for you? Gluten-free, Paleo, "eating clean" and low-carbohydrate diets are all approaches that are being touted as ways to be healthier, more fit and lose weight. In this presentation, Carolyn Hodge-Chafee discusses how the body responds to different approaches as well as how to determine what is best for you. The connection between food, mood and brain will be explored.
Eating Disorders Do Not Discriminate
7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 29, UU-120
Join Nikki Rollo and Norman Kim from Reasons Eating Disorder Center as well as a multicultural panel consisting of individuals from the campus community for a discussion of how eating disorders impact individuals differently. There will be opportunities for attendees to ask questions.
Identifying and Responding to Body Image and Eating Disorders in Adolescent and College Population
5:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 1, UU-120
The Eating Awareness Committee at Binghamton University will host Nikki Rollo and Norman Kim. national directors of Reasons Eating Disorder Center. Their presentation is designed to target first responders, those of us who are usually the first to see eating and body image pathology arise.
Fit, Fueled, and Focused
5-7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 9, UU-Tillman Lobby and UU-Old Union Hall
Join the EAC in highlighting campus resources to promote healthy lifestyle choices.
Join us for some or all of the following:
5:30-5:45 p.m. - Challenging the Internal Critic
5:45-6 p.m. - Fit in 15
6-6:15 p.m. - Mindful Eating
6:15-6:30 p.m. - Healthy meals for living well
Come and enjoy free, healthy food samples, functional fitness, meal planning and much more!