CoSS Wellbeing Taskforce Archive

Welcome to the CoSS Wellbeing Archive. Here you can find content and details from the past two years.

Black Lives Matter

The College of Social Sciences is committed to supporting all of our colleagues who have been directly or indirectly affected by what has been going on in the world, when a black man named George Floyd was tragically killed in the US city of Minneapolis by a police officer. Since the 25th May there have been increased protests for #Blacklivesmatter, and over Social Media such as #Blackouttuesday. We stand in solidarity with the ongoing challenge to achieve equality and civil rights for all.

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Wellbeing in a virtual environment

As we continue to work remotely, and are likely to increase the use of remote working routines into the longer term, there has become increased awareness among colleagues of the need for guidelines for virtual working including the operation of online meetings, in order to ensure that they are conducive to wellbeing and a positive working environment.

Wellbeing in a virtual environment


CoSS @ Home

Keeping well during the current lockdown can be difficult, but now more than ever it's imperative to prioritise your wellbeing. The CoSS @ Home page is a dedicated resource for stories and pictures from colleagues in the College of Social Sciences who want to share their tips, advice and experiences of wellbeing. 

Coss @ Home


Runner's Corner

Runner’s corner is a collection of blogs from Couch to 5k running coach and Wellbeing Taskforce member, Dr Lee Gregory. Lee has many years of experience with Couch to 5k programmes, and is a member of a running group in South Birmingham. Whether you’re just starting out or have completed 5k programmes, this blog has something for everyone.

Runner's Corner


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