Universities of Wisconsin wants to celebrate your institution’s journey in being well. Help us showcase your accomplishment and the way you support employee well-being by submitting your story. Maybe as a team, you completed a cancer awareness run or walk, participated in a steps challenge or took strides towards spreading kindness in the workplace.

Send your story to uwshr@wisconsin.edu for consideration to be published.

  • May is National Dental Care Month

    May 1, 2024

    May is National Dental Care Month. It reminds us of the importance of good oral hygiene all year round. You may be surprised to know that poor oral health is also linked to systemic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and respiratory infections. Dental care is an investment in overall health and well-being. See available […]

  • Universities of Wisconsin Recognized for Well-being in 2023

    March 4, 2024

    Well-being champions representing several Universities of Wisconsin institutions and state agencies were recently recognized by the Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF) for excellence and innovation in well-being during an Awards Ceremony held at Olbrich Botanical Gardens. The below institutions received awards. UW-Green Bay received the Excellence and Innovation in Employee Well-being award for creating […]

  • Well Wisconsin Program Participation in 2023

    January 25, 2024

    Thank you for your dedication to well-being in 2023! Universities of Wisconsin system-wide participation in the Well Wisconsin Program was 33.1%, a 2.2% decrease from 2022. Congratulations to the below institutions that had more than 40% of their eligible employees earn the incentive. UW-Green Bay UW Oshkosh UW-Stevens Point UW-Stout UW System Administration If you […]

  • Universities of Wisconsin Onsite Flu Vaccine Clinics

    December 28, 2023

    As the 2023 flu season approached, the Universities of Wisconsin coordinated 21 flu vaccine clinics and administered 1,164 flu vaccines for employees and their spouses. Compared to the previous year, this is a decrease in the number of onsite clinics and flu vaccines. UW-Madison also coordinated several clinics (not included in the numbers previously mentioned). […]

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Updated: 04/25/2024