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How Clutter Affects Your Wellbeing

Adonna Braly, certified professional organizer, was the guest speaker at the final virtual session of UCSC’s FY21 Annual Workshop, which focused on “Whole Health: Mind, Body, and Soul.” Braly has helped countless people take back control of their lives through the art of decluttering.

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UCSC Educational Awards Recipients 2021

Each year, members of the University Classified Staff Council (UCSC) show support of full-time classified staff by raising funds for Educational Awards presented...

Healthy Living Resources

Healthy Living Resources

Healthy living resources that UTHealth offers employees

Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Resources

One of the most important resources that UTHealth Houston employees may not be aware of is the UTHealth Employee Assistance Program (EAP)...

Working to Maintain a Work-Life Balance

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June 24, 2021

If you are anything like me, this past year has been a hard year for you. Made even harder by the fact that most of us had to work from home very abruptly. Many of us are STILL working from home with no clear date to return to the office. And then some of us will now be permanently working from home. With all this, how can we maintain a work-life balance in these conditions?


Member Spotlight - Elmer Sigaran

UCSC Spotlight member, Elmer Sigaran, eating marshmallows from a stick

June 24, 2021

Member Spotlight USCS member, Elmer Sigaran it this quarter's Member Spotlight.  Read on to get to know Elmer better.


Hinge Health

Hinge Health

June 24, 2021

Hinge Health is a coach-led digital program for those suffering from chronic back, knee, hip, or shoulder pain.


UTHealth wears red to support heart disease awareness

February 13, 2020

Hundreds of UTHealth students, faculty, and staff took to the streets to raise awareness for heart disease.

Across the university, groups took walks around the Texas Medical Center in bright red clothing on National Wear Red Day, on Friday, Feb. 7.



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