Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Keeping Well at Work 2022

A message from: Michelle Hollis, Acting Associate Provost, Human Resources


Sept 20, 2022 - The fall term has always been a busy time at the University, and this year is no exception. Our campuses are seeing the most activity they have in two years with students and employees returning to in-person activities. As we settle into the normal hustle and bustle of University life and the transition to shorter and cooler days, it can be harder to support your personal wellness or the wellness of your teams.

Thankfully the Healthy Workplace Committee and Organizational and Human Development partner to provide us with the annual Keeping Well at Work conference to support employees maintaining a healthy lifestyle. This event, which also includes in-person experiences for 2022, brings us together as a community to explore how we can support and strengthen our personal well-being—from financial wellness to nutrition to mental health.

The past two years have proven to us that our health and well-being is critical to our daily lives. Implementing wellness practices that prioritize self-care and nourish your spirit can help you take a much needed—and literal—breath of fresh air to recharge. I encourage you to attend this wonderful event on Thursday, October 13, to plan for your health for this fall and for the year ahead.

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