Employee Wellness

Fitness force

Kara Donbrock takes the lead on offering virtual workouts from Campus Recreation

Kara Donbrock and others in Wright State’s Campus Recreation are posting workout videos that students, faculty and staff can do from home during the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading

How Wright State is responding to the coronavirus (COVID-19)

In-person classes are suspended March 11-15, and classes will be held remotely starting March 16. The Dayton and Lake campuses remain open. Continue reading

Raider recharge

Campus Recreation’s Yoga in Nature class offers the Wright State community a chance to exercise and de-stress while enjoying a peaceful spot on campus: Garden for the Senses. Continue reading

Free skin cancer screening event set for May 6-10

As part of Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month, dermatologists will offer free skin cancer screenings the week of May 6-10. Continue reading

Wright State nursing students to lead Oct. 24 employee health fair

Flu shots, lifestyle screenings, benefits information and chair massages will be available for employees as part of a health fair led by students in the College of Nursing and Health. Continue reading

Along for the ride

Wright State employees find bicycling to work invigorating, adventurous

Wright State employees bicycle to work for the exercise, to relieve stress and help the environment. Continue reading

Wright State adjusts medical, prescription coverage plan for many employees to deal with rising health care costs

As the cost of medical care and prescription drugs continues to increase, Wright State University and its employees are paying more to keep up with the increases. Continue reading

Skin cancer screening event set for May 7-11

Dayton-area dermatologists are offering free skin cancer screenings to raise awareness of melanoma and other types of skin cancers during the week of May 7-11. Continue reading

Sign of the times

Public Health continues to partner with Wright State on tobacco-free initiative

Wright State is committed to assisting smokers and tobacco users who want to quit using tobacco products. Continue reading

Proud to be tobacco free

Wright State became a tobacco-free campus July 1

New tobacco-free policy, which took effect July 1, will help promote a healthy environment in which students, staff, faculty and others can learn, work, live and visit. Continue reading