Submit by Friday, March 5
The Office of Health Promotion and Wellness leverages existing resources to serve faculty, staff, and students across the University system. Their work is based on the WVU Wellbeing Wheel, the framework that drives wellness initiatives at West Virginia University.
If you have a project idea related to one of the following Wellbeing Priorities, submit your proposal to email@example.com by Friday, March 5, 2021.
EMOTIONAL Wellbeing- Feeling a sense of balance in emotion, thoughts, and pursuits.
PHYSICAL Wellbeing- Caring for your body through regular movement and balanced nutrition and sleep.
COMMUNITY Wellbeing- Feeling connected, engaged, and safe in your community.
FINANCIAL Wellbeing- Learning to effectively manage your money and seek out resources to support financial goals.
SOCIAL Wellbeing- Building strong relationships, connections, and support systems with others, including coworkers and students.
PURPOSE Wellbeing- Liking what you do and being motivated to expand your sense of purpose and meaning.
Instructions for Requests for Proposals
Please submit a Microsoft Word document that includes the following information:
- Title of the project
- Name and email address for the person submitting the request. A .wvu, .hsc, or mix.wvu.edu email address is required.
- The WVU Wellbeing Priority being addressed. See page 1.
- Project description
- Describe the purpose of the project
- Demonstrate how the purpose is aligned with the Wellbeing Priority.
- Emotional Wellbeing is stranded throughout each of the other Priorities. Explicitly address how your project will incorporate Emotional Wellbeing.
- Describe the audience (faculty, staff, students, community)
- Estimate number of people who may be impacted
- Fiscal agent
- Unit that will use funds, if awarded
- Contact name and email address for the unit’s budget officer
- Total amount requested
- Itemized list of estimated expenses
- Financial sustainability plans
- Fiscal agent
All faculty are invited to attend the WVU Health Sciences Center Faculty Development Program presentation "Moving Away from Race-Based Medical Education" Tuesday, April 27, from noon to 1 p.m.
West Virginia University will pause administration of Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine based on a joint recommendation released Tuesday (April 13) from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration. Out of more than 6.8 million doses administered in the U.S., six reported cases of a rare and severe blood clot in individuals who have received the J&J vaccine are being monitored.
WVU students invited to complete survey to help inform COVID-19-related decisions and safety practices
The WVU School of Public Health, in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, invites all WVU students to participate in a project that will help inform policy decisions and practices related to mitigation prevention of COVID-19.