The Wellbeing Innovators are a group of passionate, knowledgeable and helpful employees on campus representing their units to promote, communicate and serve as coaches to their co-workers.
Please see the attached list to learn if you have an innovator in your unit. If you don't, please feel free to tap one of these phenomenal employees to help you. Innovators are trained in the following areas:
- Well@DU Incentive Program Experts
- DU Benefits information
- Kaiser Permanente Resources including kp.org navigation
- Health Education topics including, stress management, nutrition and exercise
- Behavior change
The University is supportive of nursing mothers and has resources and policies to support employees. Human Resources provides workplace accommodations for nursing mothers. Information can be found in the employee handbook. The University has dedicated lactation rooms on campus:
Anna and John J. Sie International Relations Complex
The lactation room is located on the first floor in suite 1121 and office 1125. You do not need a reservation, it is first come and first served. A refrigerator is supplied. For more questions regarding this location, please contact Emily Hinga at 303-871-2538 or Emily.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ricketson Law Building
The SCOL provides a lactation room on the first floor and convenience areas in the women's restrooms on the north side of the building. The lactation room is located in room 115A. It has a refrigerator and other amenities, including a breastpump. To use the SCOL breastpump, mothers will need to provide their own accessory kits compatible with the Medela Symphony pump. Kits may be purchased at the SCOL SBA bookstore, though availability may be limited. The lactation room is available to students, staff, faculty, and alumni. For access information, contact the Student Affairs office at 303-781-6184.
A lactation room is available in Sturm Hall, room 404. This room is equipped with a small refrigerator, open electrical outlets for breast pumps and other devices, and a comfortable chair. If you would like access to this room, please contact the Front Desk in the AHSS Dean's suite room 457 or call 303-871-4449. This office will issue you a key for the duration of your need. Please note that since more than one person may have a key at any given time, we will have an "occupied" sign available that those using the room may wish to place on the door knob.
The Chambers Center
This lactation space is located in room 290 of the Chambers Center. This space is located behind a locked suite. Please contact Sarah.Hewitt@du.edu for more information, including the door code.
The Morgridge College of Education is sponsoring a wellness room in Ruffato Hall Room 224. Room is available to faculty, staff and students during business hours of M-F 7am - 8pm and Sat 7am - 5pm. You are invited to use this space for prayer, meditation, relaxation or lactation. Please use whiteboard on outside of door to indicate use, and room is first come first served. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Eric Mareck, building manager at 303.871.2325.
Coors Fitness Center
Significant discounts are available for DU staff and faculty. Contact the Division of Athletics and Recreation to learn more.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
DU faculty and staff are eligible for free counseling on campus. Contact the Health and Counseling Center to learn more.
Center for sustainability
Learn about DU's green initiatives and wellness-oriented programming.
The Office of Religious & Spiritual Life at DU regularly offers programs and opportunities supporting spiritual and personal wellness.
The Office of Environmental Health & Safety can assist you with ergonomic questions, concerns and assessments.
Log in to www.kp.org to contact your doctor, make appointments, order prescriptions and more. This functionality is available to current KP members only.
Health webinars & resources
Both live and recorded webinars are available. You do NOT need to be a Kaiser member.
Topics include: preventing diabetes, high cholesterol, sleep problems, and heart disease, as well as losing weight quitting tobacco, the benefits of acupuncture and parenting with love and logic.