The university is committed to supporting every employee in being their best self while at UW–Madison. This symposium will help you find your energy, engagement and connection with what being your best self means to you as you continue your employment at UW–Madison.
No matter where you are in your wellness journey, you’ll find breakout sessions and resources that meet your needs. You can learn how to be more mindful and resilient, cultivate more energy, eat a nutritious, balanced diet, or manage stress. Join us for a full day or part of the day.
If you’d like to take a moment to care for yourself in the midst of your everyday work at UW–Madison, this symposium is a great place to start.
The UW–Madison Wellness Symposium is open to all UW–Madison employees. The symposium is designed to support your well-being through a day of experiential breakout sessions, inspiration, connection with others and helpful resources that cover all areas of your well-being.
Who should attend?
This conference is for you if you’re a UW–Madison employee who would like to:
- Develop tools and resources for stress management and resiliency
- Explore how to support aspects of your well-being while at work/school and home
- Define or reassess your wellness goals
- Start on a path to a healthier life
- Connect with others who are interested in wellness on campus
Managers and supervisors are encouraged to approve requests from staff to attend the conference.
Registration information will be posted here when it becomes available.
This conference is hosted by Learning and Talent Development in the Office of Human Resources, working in partnership with the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health.
“UW–Madison is committed to the overall well-being of our students, faculty, and staff. That commitment is an important component of an engaged, inclusive and healthy campus culture. The Wellness Symposium is an excellent opportunity to connect with others on campus who are working to build an environment in which all members of our community will thrive.”-Laurent Heller, UW–Madison Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration