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- Bulletin Board Kits
- Culinary Corner
- StepUP! Program
- Healthy Campus Week
- Toilet Talks
- Sex and Drugs Show
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Health & Wellness Jeopardy
Let the competitive streak in you come out! We may not be Alex Trebek, but we can give you the UND Health & Wellness version of this popular game show. Play this exciting game, and learn about the 7 Dimensions of Wellness, and all the resources campus has to offer you.
Who doesn’t love the holiday season?! A time for family and friends, holiday cheer, and lots of delicious food. With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, people often forget/run out of time to exercise and eat well. Learn how to manage the holiday season, while still living the healthiest and fullest life possible. With this presentation, you’ll learn how to live your best life, without falling into a holiday slump.
Basics for Freshmen
Freshman year of college can be one of the most exciting times in a person’s life. However, there are a lot of things that most college students don’t know how to handle. Simple things, like learning how to do laundry properly, cooking meals in the microwave, scheduling/time management, etc. This presentation covers it all, and will answer any and all questions you may have to surviving freshman year. Many of these tips can be applied to all levels of college (Freshman-Senior year).
Cold & Flu Jeopardy
No one likes getting sick. Let’s be real, getting sick is not conducive to a college student’s schedule. Learn the difference between a bacterial versus a viral infection, cold vs. flu vs. mono. Learn how to keep yourself healthy, even when everyone around you is getting sick.
We tackle the rough topics. Sex is a taboo topic in society, but the more you know the healthier a life you can live. Learn about the importance of practicing safe sexual behaviors, and you’ll be set for life. End this great presentation with a fun game of condom bingo.
Financial stability and well-being can prove to be one of the most stressful parts of life. It can be a rough life, trying to balance tuition payments, rent, utility bills, and social lives. This is an added stress in life, which no one needs to face. Learn the ins and outs of budgeting, while living your best life possible.
Go to college they said. It would be fun they said. No body warned you of all the activities for college students, and how to handle all the added pressures of college. Some might say these are the best 4 years of their life, others may feel an overwhelming sense of stress. Well stress no more! Learn how to handle different stressors that may arise in life, and to turn any stressful situation into a positive one.
Sweet Dreams are Made of These
We all wish we could hit the snooze button for an extra 5 minutes. With this presentation, learn how to get the best night’s sleep possible & wake up ready to tackle the day. Learn the importance of a good night’s rest, as well as the way sleep affects the individual and the impact sleep has on the human body.
Contiuum of Substance Abuse
Overview of the Behavioral Health Continuum of Care model from prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery for substance abuse.
CHOICES About Alcohol
A harm-reduction program that encourages students to reflect on their own personal experiences with alcohol and educates on strategies for reducing their risk if they choose to drink. Students will examine the diminishing returns of alcohol use, decisional balance considerations, and identify ways to increase protective behavioral strategies. Finally, students will be challenged to consider assumptions about what’s “normal” in comparison with our UND campus health assessment results.
An introduction to the spirit of Motivational Interviewing, framing the importance of how we engage with the people around us. Relevant for any field working with behavior change such as social work, criminal justice, psychology, medical providers, nutrition, managers, and coaches.
Step UP! Bystander Intervention
We see things all the time that we know are not okay. Sometimes it’s easy to step in and lend a hand. Sometimes it’s not. What gets in the way for us when we know we should do something? The StepUP! Bystander Intervention training provides framework for helping us to decide quickly when and how to help.
Alcohol and Other Drug Jeopardy
Test your knowledge on alcohol and other drug trivia and statistics in the Alcohol and Other Drug Jeopardy. Topic covered include alcohol, marijuana, prescription drugs, e-cigarettes, and prevalence of these substances at UND.