Employees from the Education Center worked together to walk 6,008 minutes for the month. Participants are pictured with Shawna Copenhaver, director of the Wellness Center, and Lendi Gourley, assistant director. (From left, front row) Tisha Shipley, Dr. Mark Davis, Dr. Karen Linstrum, (back row) Copenhaver, Christie Riley, Dr. Sue Diel, Natalie Miller and Gourley.
November 19, 2009
Faculty and staff at Northwestern Oklahoma State University participated in the J.R. Holder Wellness Center fall event “Walktober,” and walked a total of 14,627 minutes, which is equivalent to 243 hours and 47 minutes.
Employees in the Education Center received a traveling plaque for walking the most minutes in Walktober. They walked 6,008 minutes to win the contest between campus buildings. Participants include Tisha Shipley, instructor of education; Dr. Mark Davis, professor of psychology; Dr. Karen Linstrum, assistant professor of psychology; (back row) Copenhaver, Christie Riley, instructor of education; Dr. Sue Diel, Division of Education chair; Natalie Miller, assistant certification officer.
Kyle Haggard, printing services assistant, received the award for walking the most minutes with a total of 1,461 minutes walked.
Miller walked 11 consecutive days and received recognition for that achievement.
Thu, November 19, 2009
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