Ready to take a trip across the country?
In this physical activity challenge, we’ll travel 3,100 miles across our homeland, stopping at 7 cities along the way. Don’t worry, you don’t actually have to walk 3,100 miles! (Unless you think you can do it!) We’ll jump to each city and explore […]
Summer Travel with Seniors
By Jennifer Gibbons, LCSW, Adult & Senior Care Advisor
Summer is in full swing, and for many this is a wonderful opportunity for vacations and family visits. Unfortunately, stress is a common emotion associated with traveling and bringing an aging loved one along may cause additional worry. Consider […]
Summer is here and so are the weekly Ice Cream Socials! Join the hosting department on Fridays on the Cafe ’77 Patio from 2:30-3:30pm. In event of rain, they will move to the Commons Living Room.
June 26: Facilities Management
July 3: No Social
July 10: Student Affairs
July 17: International Education
July 24: Athletics […]
The University will be closed Friday, July 3rd in observance of the July 4th holiday, we want to remind employees and supervisors of the University’s pay practice regarding non-exempt employees who are required to work during a University holiday. Benefit eligible employees in non-exempt positions who are required by their […]
Cathy Carlock of The Main Street Group invites you to enjoy a cup of coffee and learn more about factors to consider when filing for Social Security benefits. They will discuss filing strategies and considerations for married couples, and tips for those who are widowed or divorced. This is always […]
The W&L community would like to welcome these new employees. We’ve asked them to share a little information about themselves so we can all get to know them.
Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach
Tell us a little about yourself… I earned my Bachelors in 2011 from Randolph College and my MBA from Averett University in […]
If you want to enroll (or re-enroll) in an FSA for the upcoming plan year, enrollment forms must be submitted to HR by Friday, June 19. The form is on the HR website at http://www.wlu.edu/document/flexible-spending-enrollment-form. Please do not e-mail us your enrollment forms, but send the originals through campus mail […]
Congratulations to Mariel Potter on her June 1st promotion from Office Assistant/Receptionist to Administrative Assistant II. She became a full-time employee in 2012 after working for many years in a part-time role with Auxiliary Services. Mariel will now assist students, faculty, parents, and staff with inquiries and provide support to […]
Planning to clean out old files over the summer? Check the Record Retention Schedule for your department/office first (http://www.wlu.edu/general-counsel/answer-center/record-retention) to make sure the required retention period has passed, and remember to document the destruction of the records on a disposition log (available at the above website). Be sure to shred […]
Originally published on www.mindful.org
There’s no way to cure worry, says Elisha Goldstein. But we can learn to get better at recognizing it and gently guiding ourselves back to what matters.
“We’ve all heard the saying that in life there are ups and down and there is the classic eastern saying that […]
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