UFHR Wellness Resources
Implicit Impact (Coming Soon)
The purpose of this project is to explore implicit bias as it relates to health and wellness outcomes. This project aims to provide definitions, general information, and resources for learning surrounding managing bias in personal and professional settings and conceptualizing consequences of inaction or a lack of awareness.
UF & UF Health Resources
Researchers, staff, and students from the UF Center for Arts in Medicine launched an online repository to elevate arts-based responses to racism.
Resources from the Counseling and Wellness Center that highlight mental health services for Black students at UF.
Gators Together is a certificate program for individual employees and supervisors. This diversity and inclusion program is designed to Increase Performance and Engagement by Creating an inclusive environment for our diverse talents.
Level Up on Presence and Belonging was produced by the Office of the Chief Diversity Officer at the University of Florida. This series explores the meaning of belonging at UF and consists of 76 episodes featuring members of the UF community including students, staff, faculty and alumna.
Take an Implicit Association Test (IAT) from a list of possible topics. Learn about your attitudes or beliefs towards different groups and topics.
Stronger Together will provide UF faculty and staff with a series of educational offerings to help them better understand and address racism and bias and help promote racial justice at the individual, institutional, and systemic levels. The context of fostering awareness, building capacity, and promoting action will weave throughout the offerings. This series will help UF move forward in efforts to combat anti-black racism and to promote a more diverse and inclusive campus.
The UF Employee Assistance Program offers someone to talk to and resources to consult whenever and wherever you need them. All UF faculty, staff, graduate assistants, non-student OPS employees, house staff/residents, and postdoc associates as well as their household members are eligible to receive services.
A new podcast hosted by Dr. Kyla McMullen and Dr. Jeremy Waisome from the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering’s Department of Computer & Information Science & Engineering looks at the challenges and triumphs that come with a life in academia and research.
The first episode features Dr. Laura Guyer of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Hear how she leads the only undergraduate academic program in the country designed to teach students across disciplines how to address barriers and take on unseen bias in healthcare.