Current and Upcoming Wellness Events

The Wellness Team is in the process of preparing resources and virtual programs to support faculty and staff during this time. All in-person workshops are postponed at this time. Stay tuned!  

We invite all faculty and staff to participate in the Syracuse University Wellness Initiative programs and events. Check out the current and upcoming wellness offerings below and don’t forget to subscribe to the wellness email list to receive the most up-to-date Wellness Initiative information (subscribe to email list on the wellness homepage).

Questions, feel free to contact us by email or calling 315.443.5472.

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THRIVE! A well-being series by Northbound

Join Jaime Weisberg, owner of Northbound for this 12-part well-being series. Jaime will break down the science of well-being and the key elements known to increase happiness, combat overwhelm, and move us from simply surviving — to THRIVING! Each session will include practical and research backed strategies to build resilience in the face of our modern-day stressors and flourish amidst the busyness.

WorkLife Learning Opportunities

Webinar series

Each month, Carebridge will be offering a featured webinar on a variety of WorkLife topics. You can log-in and watch on your own time; all webinars are one hour and closed captioned.

Test Your Smarts

Faculty and staff are invited to play along with us and test your knowledge about a variety of wellness topics each month.

Diabetes Prevention Program Pilot

Began Oct. 9

Syracuse University has partnered with the YMCA of Central New York to facilitate the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) pilot for active benefits-eligible faculty and staff. The DPP is a CDC-recognized, evidence-based lifestyle change program developed specifically to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.

Wellness Workshops by Request

Are you interested in hosting a wellness workshop in your department? Would you like an overview of the Wellness Initiative or Carebridge presented to your department? If you answer yes to either of these questions, you can send the Wellness Initiative a request to make it happen!