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The Staff and Faculty Health and Well-being (SFHWB) Program has a mission to develop, promote and support a thriving culture of health and well-being throughout the UC Davis community.

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In this special collaboration series with the UC Davis Ergonomics Program, learn how to set up your work- or learn-from-home station to promote your health, well-being and safety.

Latest Blog Posts

December Wellness Ambassador of the Month | Michelle Harris

November 19, 2020
"I believe the most rewarding experience thus far has been seeing the enthusiasm and pure responses from those that have participated. One example of an event we've hosted is Love on Loan, where the SPCA comes out with animals for staff to snuggle up with and destress. The smiles and laughter in the room were truly inspiring to witness at work."

December - Finding Joy!

November 19, 2020
December is here; soon 2020 will be done. It has been an extraordinary time! During this pandemic, it might be hard to find joy in your current reality, however joy is about how we are within ourselves. So, to be joyful we must take care of our body!

November - Eat in Color!

October 22, 2020
Consuming more colorful produce can increase anti-inflammatory activity, reduce oxidative stress, support immune function, and even help fight diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Learn more about how fruits and veggies have been "cyan-tifically" shown to provide some superpower health benefits!

November Wellness Ambassador of the Month | Mary Beth Penfold

October 22, 2020
"My motto is: bring your best self to work. Making good and healthy choices becomes easier when you have the right mental approach, attitude, perspective, etc. I try my best to demonstrate that mindset daily and to positively encourage my staff around me. Your actions can inspire others and I feel it is my responsibility as the units' ambassador to be positive and motivate others to do good works."