Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syverud, who early in his career served as a Supreme Court law clerk, offers thoughts on the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: “Justice Ginsburg was among the most impactful lawyers and judges of our time….
Faculty/Staff Registration Open for ‘Why Sleep is So Important’ Webinar
Quality, restful sleep—and getting enough of it at the right times—is essential to one’s health and well-being. However, surveys conducted by the National Sleep Foundation reveal that 60 percent of American adults report having sleep problems a few nights a week or more.
The Syracuse University Wellness Initiative is sponsoring a webinar to help individuals assess their sleep patterns, find out about the connection between stress and sleep, and learn about techniques that can improve one’s sleep habits.
The “Why Sleep is So Important: Tips for Getting a Good Night’s Sleep” webinar is Friday, Oct. 19, from noon to 1 p.m. Registration is online via Carebridge. Those unable to join the live webinar may visit the Sleep Webinar page after Oct. 19 to view a recorded version.
The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program provided by Carebridge is available 24/7/365 and can help individuals adjust to life’s challenges. Whether you need assistance identifying care for a child or an elder; need help with your finances; or desire assistance in coping with an emotion issues such as grief, stress or relationship conflicts, Carebridge can help. To access confidential services at any time, call Carebridge at 1.800.437.0911.
To learn more about Carebridge eligibility and services, visit wellness.syr.edu/carebridge.
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