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  • New EOD Classroom Usage

    The EOD classrooms in the Business Center have undergone some renovations and changes in availability. Room 1019 is no longer an EOD classroom, as it is now part of an IT office. The computer lab formerly in room 1019 is now in room 1007. It is a multi-purpose computer lab, and a meeting room that can accommodate small groups of 6-10 people.

    Read the full article for more information. 


  • Get Smart with your Mental Health

    Are you ready to take charge of your mental health? Staying mentally healthy allows us to cope better with life’s ups and downs. Increase your vitality by taking advantage of the summer months to put yourself in a better state of mind. 

    While making healthy changes can sometimes feel expensive, protecting your mental well-being is relatively cheap.  Below are a few easy ways you can support your mental health. Read the full article for tips that will ultimately help keep your well-being rich and not leave you out of pocket.


  • Feeling Overwhelmed?

    CARS is Here to Help!

    Did you know that as an employee of the University you can get free services through Counseling Assistance & Referral Services (CARS)?

    All regular full-time or part-time employees (as described in Employee Classification Policy 3200, UAPPM) are eligible to use CARS services.  In addition, their spouses/domestic partners and retirees are eligible to receive services through CARS.

    CARS clinicians can help you by providing up to eight sessions of individual or couples counseling, as well as supervisory consultations, referrals to other resources for assistance, Faculty/Staff training, workshops, presentations, critical incident debriefing, and crisis intervention.

    For more information, read the newsletter article.


  • Training Calendar - May 2015

    Take a look at the May 2015 Training Calendar to explore what Employee and Organizational Development (EOD) has to offer during the month of May.

    For more information, contact EOD via email: or by phone: 505.277.1555

    See the calendar in this month's newsletter.