As spring begins, let’s start to prepare for the summer!
Vilnius University’s Health and Sport Centre would like to share a unique opportunity with you to maintain and boost physical activity within your University’s community during this summer!
Join the University Summer Challenge! It’s a challenge that is accepted by hundreds of Lithuanian and European university students and employees.
The aim of the project is to increase physical activity within academic communities in universities by challenging them into associating their academic world with active lifestyle and physical activity with fun.
University Summer Challenge provides means for community members from different universities to register their physical activity (type, intensity and duration) on a website during the summer.
The registration window starts on 1 June and finishes on 31 August. The project focuses on the social snow-ball effect idea that results bring more results, in other words: competing with oneself, one’s teammates (students, professors, administration, etc.) and one’s rivals motivates and unites the competitors for the common goal of a healthy life-style!
More about the project and how to participate can be found here.
Vilnius University Health and Sport Centre invites you to take this challenge and become stronger together!
To indicate your interest in joining the challenge, email email@example.com before 6 April.
The first meeting of our new Executive Committee took place in Vilnius, Lithuania recently.
From the 22-24 January, Vilnius University (VU) hosted our representatives who attended from such countries such as the Netherlands, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Belgium, the United Kingdom and Italy.
The EC hold various meetings throughout Europe and this was the first gathering of 2018. In the meeting, the strategy and objectives of ENAS for 2018-2021 were discussed along with organisational elements of the next forum in Nijmegen.
High on the agenda for the meeting: development of the 2018 action plan.
There was also an opportunity for the ENAS EC to speak with the Rector of the university, Arturas Žukauskas, to discuss with him the activities of ENAS and a possible partnership.
If you’d like a topic brought to the EC, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.