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Wellness Week

Wellness Week Schedule

Wellness Week Schedule

Monday, March 27th

  • Greg Dankelf - Life-Long Learning
    1PM, Room 3252 WILK
  • Brodrick Brown - Resilience: How to Bounce Back From Difficult Times and Negative Events
    3PM, Garden Court WILK

Tuesday, March 28th

  • Benjamin Bikman - Insulin Resistance/Nutrition
    1PM, Room 3252 WILK
  • Employee Wellness - Social Wellness Workshop
    3PM, Garden Court WILK

Wednesday, March 29th

  • Whitney Johnson - Balance in Everyday Living
    11AM, Room 3252 WILK
  • Jeff Hill - Financial Wellness
    1PM, Varsity theater (TBD)

Thursday, March 30th

  • Wellness Expo - Employees and students join together to learn about campus resources, interact with Cosmo, have a snack, check out booths & participate in our rock climbing wall!
    11AM-2PM, Brigham Square

Greg Danklef

As the Director of Human Resource Development for BYU, Greg Danklef designs and presents professional development training for departments across campus. Greg has more than 20 years of experience in Human Resources and consulting. He holds master’s degrees in both public and business administration. He is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources and is a facilitator for several training programs. Greg lives in Provo, Utah and tries to explore Utah with his family as often as possible.

Brodrick Brown

Brodrick Brown is a licensed clinical psychologist in BYU Counseling and Psychological Services. He received his PhD in clinical psychology from BYU and has been providing clinical services to BYU students for several years. His main specialties are in the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder and other anxiety disorders, but he enjoys working with therapy clients on a wide range of concerns

Benjamin Bikman

Benjamin Bikman earned his Ph.D. in Bioenergetics and was a postdoctoral fellow with the Duke-National University of Singapore in metabolic disorders. Currently, his professional focus as a scientist and professor (Brigham Young University) is to better understand the role of elevated insulin and nutrient metabolism in regulating obesity, diabetes, and dementia.

Employee Wellness

Alissa Fielding and Rachel Morrin are seniors here at BYU, both studying Exercise and Wellness and working as Wellness Coordinators for BYU Employee Wellness. They are both also student-athletes as members of BYU's Track and Field and Cross-Country teams. Some of Alissa's interests include spending time with family and friends, 4-wheeling, playing board/card games, and being outside when it's warm. Rachel also loves spending time with family and friends, along with hiking and exploring new places.

Whitney Johnson

Whitney Johnson is the associate athletic director for student-athlete development, diversity and inclusion at BYU. Her position oversees the strategic vision and program implementation for diversity and inclusion within BYU Athletics, including for minority student-athletes in the core areas of race/ethnicity, international, LGBTQ & SSA, and student-athletes of other faiths. Johnson is a board member of Return on Inclusion and Untold Athletes. She is also an active member of Women Leaders in College Sports. She participated in the 2019 NCAA Common Ground V in Austin, Texas.

Jeff Hill

E. Jeffrey Hill, PhD, CFLE is Professor of Family Life at BYU and teaches classes in family finance to more than one thousand students each year. He has written more than one hundred scholarly articles and he recently published the book “Fundamentals of Family Finance: Living Joyfully within your Means.” Jeff is blessed to be married to Tammy Hill and they have blended a family of 12 children and 38 grandchildren (with two more on the way)!