Tag: Get Healthy Now

UofL community invited to dance alongside ‘Dancing with the Stars’ world...

Few professional dancers in the world have resumes as robust as Louis Van Amstel’s. In 1996, the Dutch native won the World Championships with...

NBC’s new show ‘Rise’ has a UofL connection

  You may recognize Paula Kommor from helping you manage stress through one of the many meditation sessions she offers around campus. The senior wellness specialist...

COO outlines new safety initiatives at Staff Senate meeting

UofL’s Staff Senate met Monday in Chao Auditorium, with special guests John Elliott, interim AVP for HR, Patricia Benson, AVP for Health, Wellness and...

Get Healthy Now to implement small monthly fee

As the University of Louisville navigates an extreme budget shortfall, many departments and units have come up with a variety of creative solutions to...

Historical Walking Wednesdays with UofL’s Tom Owen start next week

Ever breeze by some of the older buildings on campus and wonder what their stories are? Now is your chance to hear them.  Get Healthy...

UofL wins Growing Healthy Lives ONE Award

The University of Louisville was presented with the Baptist Health Growing Healthy Lives ONE Award this week during the 29th annual ONE Awards, sponsored...

UofL goes blue for a day to raise colon cancer awareness

This Friday, March 3, UofL employees are asked to do something that may make some Cardinals cringe: Wear blue. But there is a worthy...

Get Healthy Now adds new programming to keep New Year’s resolutioners...

January is almost over, but that is certainly no reason to abandon your New Year’s resolutions. UofL’s Get Healthy Now is offering a bevy...

Staff Senate affirms resolutions of SGA, Faculty Senate to bring board...

The University of Louisville’s Staff Senate met on the HSC Campus Oct. 10 for its most recent meeting. Senate Chair Will Armstrong opened the...

UofL School of Medicine discovers mindfulness through Koru Meditation program proven...

As young adults leave high school and become more independent, they may experience stress, difficulty sleeping and anxiety related to life choices, academics and...