Student Health Services

Presentations

Healthy Huskies Presents

Healthy Huskies is continuing our 30-minute health information presentations for Spring 2017. 

When: Thursdays, Starting January 18th, 2018
Time: 11am
Where: Mississippi Room, Atwood Memorial Center
Schedule:TBD

Fall 2017 Schedule

Sept. 11: College and Alcohol: UChoose Your Experiences
Sept. 18: Let's Talk Sex 
Sept. 25: How to Fight your Roommates 
Oct. 2: The Importance of Sleep
Oct. 16: From Disability to Accessibility: Shifting Perspectives
Oct. 17: Nutrition
Oct. 23: College and alcohol: UChoose Your Experiences
Oct. 30: Let's Talk Sex 
Nov. 6: How to Fight Your Roommates
Nov. 13: The Importance of Sleep
Nov. 20: Food Insecurity
Nov. 27: Facing Fitness: Physical Exercise & the Queer/Trans Experience
Nov. 28: Nutrition

Programming Topics and Descriptions

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A presentation by Health Huskies is an effective way to learn about health issues important to college students. Healthy Huskies are students who are enthusiastic and trained to speak to their peers about critical college health issues.

If you would like to schedule any of the following programs put on by Healthy Huskies, please call 320-308-4850, or complete the request forms located in the links at the bottom of this page.

U-Choose

U-Choose is an educational based campus prevention effort that focuses on the reduction of high-risk alcohol use. It is a 50-minute interactive presentation that utilizes empirically based theories and approaches specifically designed for college students. Students will learn about why people choose to drink, standard drink size, how the body reacts to alcohol, campus policies and city ordinances around alcohol use, and tips to help them make more informed choices if they choose to consume alcohol.

Generation Rx

Discusses the dangers of misusing prescription drugs

Standard Drink Demonstrations

The standard drink demonstration is an interactive experience for students while learning about standard drink size and blood alcohol content. All participants are given a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) card to aid in tracking their BAC.

Recovery Resources: Support your sober self

Informs and connects student with recovery resources on campus

Student Health Services and other campus health resources

Provides information on clinical services available on campus

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