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Nutrition Corner

Nutrition is a powerful tool in preventing chronic diseases like cancer, diabetes and heart disease. Find a recipe for fiber-filled overnight oats and more prevention-focused info on Employee Health & Wellbeing's Nutrition Corner.

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Talent Share Program

The Talent Share Program provides a solution to campus staffing gaps by matching up available employees impacted by a reduction in workload due to COVID-19, with other colleges or departments who have staffing needs.  

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We provide leadership and support in creating an equitable, diverse and inclusive working and learning environment. 

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We strive to build a culture where UD employees, spouses and retirees are healthy, fueled, and inspired to be their best selves.

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Dana Perry

Name: Keith Fournier

Title: Director, HR Business Partners

Years at UD: One

 What I do at UD: I lead and manage a team of HR Managers that reside in Colleges and non-academic departments, with a focus on consistent HR best practice.

What I love about UD: The passion and pride of the campus and alumni community is obvious, and I like being a part of it.

Accomplishment I’m proud of: I’m proud of building positive and communicative relationships with my team members, peers and superiors through the common goal of pursuing what is best for UD.

What inspires me: Anyone that overcomes adversity.

One thing people don’t know about me: I’m from a big family. I am the middle child of five.

Why did you choose the University of Delaware? Great opportunity to challenge myself in a new industry and to lead a large team of HR Managers.

What makes the University of Delaware a great place to work? The people at UD are positive and supportive of one another. What you see, is what you get. I love that.

What is a typical day like for you at the University of Delaware? Typically, I’m in 5-6 Zoom meetings per day.  When I’m not in meetings, I’m planning longer term strategies to impact change as it relates to HR Centralization and problem-solving for my team.

What do you think it takes to be successful at University of Delaware? Focus, patience, collaboration, perseverance, resilience, and the wiliness to challenge the status quo.



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