Healthy Campus gets recognition

Members of the committee are pictured above after happily receiving their award.

The USC Healthy Campus Advisory Committee, which consists of faculty and staff who serve as a driving force in supporting health and well-being at the university, has been recognized by the Amy King Dundon-Berchtold University Club as part of its USC Faculty and Staff Recognition Program.

The group was recognized for its many cross-campus collaborations to elevate well-being and healthy culture change at USC. The Committee’s work has included proposals to increase access to water refill stations, recommendations for buildings and spaces, financial wellness 101, EatWell branded meals and nutrition education, Mental Health Awareness month, policy recommendations for mental health and work-life harmony, opportunities to connect socially through volunteering, and more. Notably, this year was the first year that the program recognized a team.

The Healthy Campus Advisory Committee is led by the USC WorkWell Center and championed by Senior Vice President, HR, Equity, and Compliance Felicia A. Washington.