WEBINARS

“Employee Well-Being: Collaborative Partnerships Between Campus Recreation, Wellness and Human Resources”

Thursday, April 26 | 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET

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Creating a culture where employees choose to live a healthier lifestyle can be achieved when the experience is a shared one through communal goals. Join us as we discuss how two institutions work in cross-campus collaborations to create a healthier workplace and culture for staff, faculty and students. Representatives from Stanford University and Oklahoma State University will provide examples on how they’ve used recreation, wellness and HR’s expertise to establish institution practices, policies and initiatives. They’ll also discuss how they’ve overcome barriers and measured success and will provide key takeaways for campuses to immediately implement.

Presenters

  • Pam Watts
    Executive Director

    NIRSA: Leaders in Collegiate Recreation

  • Erin O’Sullivan
    Director of Advocacy & Strategic Partnerships

    NIRSA: Leaders in Collegiate Recreation

  • Todd Misener
    Chief Wellness Officer

    Oklahoma State University

  • Jamie Payne
    Assistant Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

    Oklahoma State University

  • Eric Stein
    Senior Associate Athletics Director

    Stanford University

  • Neal Evans
    Director, Health & Life Programs, University Human Resources

    Stanford University

1.0 General Credit Hours *

1.0 General Credit Hours

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