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Healthy at Home Series: Ergonomics

Healthy at home: ergonomics (keyboard and mouse)


Ergonomics is the science behind designing and arranging things people use so that the people and things interact most comfortably, efficiently, and safely. By fitting the objects around you to you, instead of the other way around, it can keep you happier and healthier!

Healthy at Home Series: Finance

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The coronavirus pandemic is not only having an effect on our economy, but on personal finance as well.  Remember your financial health is just as important as many other aspects of health, and can have a positive or negative effect on your emotional and physical well-being. 




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Employee Wellness encourages employees to join in the fun with #CampusRecConnect and encourage your students to join in, too! 

Staying Well When Life Gets Interrupted

How to stay well when life gets interrupted....

Routine and consistency are key to maintaining healthy habits. When our routine gets interrupted or drastically changes, we may experience an increase in anxiety, stress, and fear, and our healthy habits may tend to veer off course. It is important to be extra cognizant of our health during periods of challenge and stress.

COVID-19 update

The following is the most recent update from EKU Interim President David McFaddin, sent to the University community on Friday, March 13, 2020. 

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2020 EKU Health Fair Canceled

In response to recent recommendation from Governor Andy Beshear and new University protocol from EKU Interim President David McFaddin surrounding the COVID-19 virus, the Eastern Kentucky University Health Fair (scheduled for March 25, 2020) is canceled in the interest of protecting the well-being of vendors, staff, volunteers, and attendees.

Preventing Slips on Snow and Ice

The following precautions will help reduce the likelihood of injuries:

Information Regarding the Seasonal Flu and the Novel Coronavirus

This message is being sent on behalf of

Dr. Jerry Pogatshnik, Executive Vice President for Academics & Provost

Barry D. Poynter, Senior Vice President for Finance & Administration


Dear Faculty and Staff,

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