UWindsor Together: Student Mental Health and Remote Learning Services

Human Resources

grid of fruits and vegetablesEat fruits and vegetables to benefit from their disease-fighting chemicals and phytochemicals, advises Human Resources.

A colourful plate is a healthy one: wellness tip

Eat fruits and vegetables to benefit from their disease-fighting chemicals and phytochemicals, advises Human Resources.

Calendar indicating three days marked "no meetings"The University has declared Feb. 16 to 18 meeting-free days to support the mental health and well-being of faculty and staff.

Reminder: February 16 to 18 declared free of meetings

The University has declared Feb. 16 to 18 meeting-free days to support the mental health and well-being of faculty and staff.

hand holding smart phone open to social mediaA newsletter from Human Resources offers tips to minimize the negative health impact of social media.

Newsletter offers hints for mental health

A newsletter from Human Resources offers tips to minimize the negative health impact of social media.

desktopHuman Resources shared reminders for health and well-being while working from home in an email message to UWindsor faculty and staff.

Tips address wellness while working from home

Human Resources shared reminders for health and well-being while working from home in an email message to UWindsor faculty and staff.

Luc Quenneville, Scott Thorpe, and Jen Almeida accept certificates from president Robert Gordon.The Print Shop team received a service excellence award in January 2020. From left: Luc Quenneville, Scott Thorpe, and Jen Almeida accept certificates from president Robert Gordon.

Faculty and staff invited to join online celebration of Employee Recognition Awards

The campus community is invited to a virtual presentation of the Employee Recognition Awards on Feb. 25.