Employee Wellness Program Celebrates Intellectual Wellness
The new U of A Employee Wellness Program's theme for May is Intellectual Wellness. Intellectual wellness involves using a variety of mental abilities to help individuals organize experiences, problem-solve, think creatively and expand their knowledge. Intellectually well people are open-minded about new ideas and seek challenges throughout their lives.
The May wellness newsletter is now live on the Faculty and Staff Wellness page. The newsletter features a variety of events happening around campus, along with resources about how to stay intellectually healthy.
Reading is a great way to practice intellectual wellness. The program's monthly book club will meet on Wednesday, May 31, at noon in MULN 452 to discuss The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley.
The program, which is a partnership with University Recreation, will have a table on the third floor of the Arkansas Union to answer questions and provide wellness resources for staff from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 13. U of A Professional and Workforce Development staff will be in attendance with resources focused on June's theme — Occupational Wellness.
Intellectual Wellness Campus Resources:
For more information or for general employee wellness questions, email email@example.com.
The U of A strives to create a foundation of support for all employees to grow, advance and thrive in both their professional and personal lives. Adopting a wellness philosophy can greatly impact behaviors, emotions and relationships. Practicing personal wellness can greatly improve quality of life and maximize an individual's full potential.
Shannon Ann Siebler, HR program specialist
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