Employee Wellness is now WorkWell at CU Boulder! WorkWell at CU is dedicated to building and sustaining a culture and environment that supports the well-being of our employees through awareness and utilization of programs, events, and services to foster a sense of belonging.
- All events geared toward faculty and staff wellness are linked on the events calendar.
- NetWorkWell is a network of faculty and staff who are engaged in and advocate for employee wellness. NetWorkWell creates an ecosystem of well-being to increase partnership and collaboration in support of employee wellness programming, policies and professional development/education.
- Interested in joining NetWorkWell? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
WorkWell events, programs, workshops
- November 14: The Science and Practice of Gratitude
- Noon to 1 p.m.
- Expressing gratitude has a positive impact on our mood and overall health and well-being. Join Health Promotion to learn more about the science of gratitude, try gratitude meditation and learn ways to incorporate gratitude into your daily life.
- November 14: Mindfulness for the Holidays
- 1 to 2 p.m.
- Cultivate mindfulness this holiday season with strategies for the body, emotions, mind and relationships. Participants will learn to understand their stress responses and identify how a mindfulness practice can help regulate their systems. Practices will include mindfulness, meditation, cognitive restructuring, emotional awareness and regulation, communication, movement, and daily self-care techniques.
- Hybrid: CASE E351/Zoom; link will be emailed prior to the workshop
- December 6: How to Tame Your Money
CU Boulder signs onto Okanagan Charter, elevating commitment to health and wellness
In August of 2023, CU Boulder officially adopted the Okanagan Charter and became the 19th Health Promoting University in the United States. Read more about our commitment to embed health and wellness into all aspects of campus culture.
6th Annual Health and Wellness Summit Recap
Over 1,200 staff, faculty and community members attended this year’s Health and Wellness Summit to learn more about the eight dimensions of wellness and how to incorporate well-being into their daily lives. If you missed the Summit, all session recordings are posted on the Health and Wellness Summit website for the next six months!