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iwin news archives - 2012

please take a look at some of our noteworthy and newsworthy achievements.

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april 2012

iwin researcher Dr. Meredith Wells-Lepley was featured in an article in the LA Times for her research showing that bringing pets to the office can help relieve stress. Read it here.

Dr. Jennifer Swanberg was interviewed for a Working Mother magazine article, "Grow Your Own Leadership." Click here to read the article.

march 2012
iwin's Dr. Swanberg presents the keynote address at the Considering Women in Advancing the Surgeon General's Call to Action Symposium in Greensboro, NC.

Dr. Jennifer Swanberg was interviewed by Tom Godell from UK Perspectives on University of Kentucky Public Radio, WUKY, about iwin's Creating Healthy Organizations: Promising Practices in Kentucky report. Listen here.

february 2012
iwin's Dr. Swanberg, Jess Clouser, and Lee Ann Walton author a chapter entitled "Healthy Organizations in Kentucky: An integrated approach to promote employee health"in the 2012 Kentucky Annual Economic Report published by the Center for Business and Economic Research.

Dr. Jennifer Swanberg presents the keynote presentation, Creating Healthy Organizations: Promising Practices in Kentucky, at the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce annual Worksite Wellness Conference.

Dr. Jennifer Swanberg presents iwin's Latino farmworker research as part of the University of Kentucky College of Public Health's Grand Rounds.

january 2012

iwin's Roundtable reached a milestone in January 2012. Gray Construction from Lexington, is the 40th Partner to join iwin's group of innovative employers. January 2012 also marks iwin’s 5th year in existence and iwin has met the goal of 40 Partners!

Dr. Jennifer Swanberg presents research on flexiblity for low-wage workers at the Society for Social Work and Research annual conference in Washington D.C.

Dr. Jennifer Swanberg along with Betsy Kiss, Senior Director of Workplace Stratefies at Marriott International, present on Business Value and Human Impact: Flexible Workplaces for Low Wage Wokers with the Aspen Institute Center for Business Education.