Category Archives: Human Resources

Heart Health Workshop *Rescheduled*

The following event has been rescheduled for March 4th:
February is American Heart Month. To recognize the importance of heart health, Live Well W&L is sponsoring a workshop titled “Getting to the Heart of the Matter: Heart Health for the 21st Century”.
The workshop will be taught by Kate Bruno, a Registered [...]

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Anthem Data Breach

As information has arrived from Anthem I have shared that with health insurance participants through direct email.  For your future reference, the emails are now on our website at As additional information is received, I will continue to email participants directly and will also include the information on this site.
Remember to frequently [...]

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Grab your square dancing shoes!

Lexington is hosting a Square Dance with a live caller and band. This is a free event, open to the public and children are always welcome!
Where: Lexington Presbyterian (Dunlap Auditorium – enter doors on Randolph Street side)
When: February 21st
Time: 5pm – 6:30pm
This event will count for 5 wellness points as [...]

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Opportunity to Participate in Virtual Coaching Groups in Higher Education

Leaders at Washington and Lee have an opportunity to participate in the upcoming Virtual Coaching Groups with experienced facilitator and coach in higher education, Kande McDonald. Starting in March and September 2015, there are three different groups that include experienced leaders, leaders recently promoted to management and new department chairs. [...]

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Weight Watchers Newsletter – Quickbites

February is American Heart Month – 28 days of awareness about heart disease and how to prevent it. So, in this issue, we’re tackling cardiovascular disease head on, with articles and recipes that can help you to take charge of your own heart health.

We start with Face Down the #1 [...]

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RetireWise Session 2: Creating and Managing Wealth

retirewise® is a complimentary retirement education opportunity provided by Washington and Lee University. It offers the tools you need to clarify your goals and take action. In this upcoming session,
you will begin to look at how to prepare before retirement to generate income during retirement.
You will look at investment risk, [...]

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Heart Health Workshop Postponed

The heart health workshop scheduled for Wednesday, February 18th is being postponed due to inclement weather. Details on a new date and time will be shared as soon as possible.

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Campus Climate Survey Ends Friday

The Modern Think Campus Climate Survey period ends this Friday, February 20th.  This optional survey is a great opportunity to provide feedback in a confidential manner. All full-time and part-time employees are being asked to participate.
If you have already completed the survey, thank you for your participation. If you have [...]

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Weight Watchers Meeting Cancelled Today

The weekly Weight Watchers at Work meeting is cancelled today. The meeting schedule should resume next Tuesday, at 11:30am.

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New Employee Benefit: Tuition-free courses

I am pleased to announce that, beginning in the fall, 2015 employees and their spouses/partners and W&L retirees are eligible to take up to two courses (undergrad and/or law) per term at Washington and Lee for credit with no tuition charge.
Employees or their spouses or domestic partners who are interested [...]

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