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Events for November 2016

SHS Campus Events:


November 3, 2016 5:00 p.m. Graham Chapel Assembly Series: 
“Sex in America, then and now: the Lasting Legacy of Masters and Johnson” with sexual health resources and info provided by Peer Health Educators

November 7, 2016 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Clocktower
Fitness/Nutrition PHEs hand out healthy breakfast items

November 13, 2016 7:00-8:30 p.m. URSA’s fireside

RSVPCenterprogram:  Read the signs, Navigating the Road to Healthy Relationships

November 15, 2016 3 – 5 p.m. DUC Tea in Tisch Commons ​               Stressbusters*

November 21, 2016 3 – 5 p.m. DUC Goldberg Formal Lounge

Meditation Monday

Sumers Center Wellness Wing Events:


November 1, 2016 – November 4, 2016  Raffle for Sleep Basket

November 2, 2016       2:30 – 4 p.m.         Let’s Talk

November 4, 2016       4:30 p.m.               Prize Drawing for Sleep Basket

November 7, 2016        3 – 4 p.m.            Meditation Monday

November 8, 2016       3 – 5 p.m.             Stressbusters*

November 9, 2016       2:30 – 4 p.m.        Let’s Talk

November 14, 2016    3 – 4 p.m.             Meditation Monday

November 16, 2016    12 – 4 p.m.           Thanks, Birth Control Day 

November 16, 2016    2:30 – 4 p.m.        Let’s Talk

November 21, 2016     3 – 4 p.m.            Meditation Monday

November 22, 2016    3 – 5 p.m.            Stressbusters*

November 28, 2016    3 – 4 p.m.           Meditation Monday

November 29, 2016     3 – 5 p.m.          Stressbusters*

November 30, 2016   2:30 – 4 p.m.       Let’s Talk



Events for October 2016

Monday, 10/3, 9-11 a.m. Fitness/Nutrition PHEs offer healthy breakfast and health promotion handouts at the Clocktower

Thursday, 10/6, National Depression Screening Day. See self-assessments any day at http://screening.mentalhealthscreening.org/wuhealth

Tuesday, 10/11, 3-5 p.m. Stressbusters at DUC Tea in Tisch Commons (for other Stressbusters events see link on the right side of this page).

Thursday, 10/13, 6-8 p.m., flu shot clinic in SHS

Thursday, 10/20, noon-3 p.m. Free STI screening event, in conjunction with WashU School of Medicine’s THE SPOT, in DUC 233.

Saturday, 10/22, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., flu shot clinic in SHS

Monday, 10/24, 3-5 p.m. Meditation Monday in DUC Goldberg Formal Lounge (next to 276).

Saturday, 10/29, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. Sumers Recreation Center Grand Opening. Enjoy a Stressbusters backrub 11 a.m – 1 p.m. and visit with Peer Health Educators 1 -5 p.m. in the Wellness Wing near the main entrance. Participate in prize drawings and a variety of activities all day throughout the building and outside. See more info at http://rec.wustl.edu/GrandOpening


Events for September 2016

Tuesday, 8/30, 3-4:30 p.m. Sophomore Resource Fair in the DUC. Stop by health promotion table and learn how to connect with programs and services at SHS, Peer Health Educators, the Bear Balance Initiative, and Stressbusters.

Friday, 9/2, 4:30-6 p.m. Activity Fair on Mudd Field. Stop by health promotion table and learn how to connect with programs and services at SHS, Peer Health Educators, the Bear Balance Initiative, and Stressbusters.

Wednesday, 9/7, 3:30 -4:30 p.m. WashU Moves Kickoff event in Bowles plaza for staff and faculty.

Saturday, 9/10, Peer Health Educator Training in Ursa's Fireside

Tuesday, 9/13, 3-5 p.m. Stressbusters at DUC Tea in Tisch Commons (for other Stressbusters events see link on the right side of this page).

Tuesday, 9/13, 5:30-6:30 p.m. First Year Center event in Ursa's Fireside featuring Peer Health Educators, SHS, and other student services assembled to help new students connect.

Wednesday, 9/14, 6-7 p.m. Dine with the Dietitian event in Bear's Den Demo Kitchen for Fitness/Nutrition PHEs and invited guests.

Saturday, 9/17, Stressbusters Training and Special Event in DUC 276. Training for new members 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. See application on WUGO (formerly Portfolio) and apply by 9/16. Special event to practice skills and meet other Stressbusters 1:30-2:30 p.m. Advanced training for returning members who met minimum time commitment 2:30-3:30 p.m.

Monday, 9/19, 3-5 p.m. Meditation Mondays in DUC Goldberg Formal Lounge (next to 276).

Wednesday, 9/21, time and place TBA, Human Resources Health Happening

Wednesday, 9/28, 7-9 p.m. Marijuana Panel. DUC, Rm 276

Wednesday, 9/28 through Friday, 9/30 Mental Health Peer Health Educators and members of Active Minds and Uncle Joes table at the DUC (lunch time) and Bear's Den (dinner time) to promote depression awareness and suicide prevention event October 1st.

Saturday, 10/1, 12-3 p.m. Defeating Depression event on Mudd Field hosted by Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Visit with student members of Uncle Joes, Active Minds, and PHEs.



Events for May 2016


Sunday, May 1st

Stress-Free Zone featuring Peer Health Educators and Stressbusters helping students relax before finals (Olin Library 1-3 PM)​


Events for April 2016

Thursday, March 31st

   Title IX Panel 6-7:30pm Seigle 301


     Friday, April 1st

Peer Health Educators, Uncle Joes, Active Minds, and To Write Love on Her Arms host a “De-Stress Fest” to cap off Mental Health Awareness Week (Edison Courtyard in the northeast corner outside the DUC, 11 AM-2 PM)

    Kickboxing instruction for all levels (South 40 Fitness Center, 1-2 PM)


April 4th-8th is the WashU Law School Wellness Week


Monday, April 4th

Meditation Monday led by health promotion staff and Peer Health Educators (PHEs) in DUC 278 (Goldberg Formal Lounge) 3:10-4 PM and 4:10-5 PM


Tuesday, April 5th

Stressbusters (free 5-minute backrubs and wellness info) at DUC Tea (Danforth University Center Tisch Commons 3-5 PM).

Gun Violence Public Health Symposium (Knight Hall Emerson Auditorium 4-7 PM, registration required)*


Wednesday, April 6th

  Mindfulness meditation/relaxation training 12-2 PM

 

      Wednesday, April 6th and Thursday, April 7th 

           (and every  Wed/Thurs through April)     

“Let's Talk” program (3:15-4:45 PM every Wednesday in the Hall of Champions in the Athletics Complex and every Thursday at the Center for Diversity and Inclusion in Olin Library).

    

Thursday, April 7th

Jackson Katz speaks about masculinity in Graham Chapel 7:30 PM​

Yoga led by Peer Health Educator (PHE) Delia Chassaing (Hillman Hall room 30 10-11 AM) ( every Thursday through April)

 

Friday, April 8th

Stress-Less@WashU (special offering in Olin Library 1-3 PM. Visit Stressbusters table near entrance for more information)

 

Saturday, April 9th

Mental Health First Aid training for EST members/wait list from          last training (9 AM-5:30 PM, registration required)*

 

Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training for Graduate and              Professional Students (location TBA 10 AM-4 PM, registration            required)*

 

Monday, April 11th

The Illusionist film sponsored by the Healthy Body mage program at the WashU School of Medicine (DUC 276 6 PM)

 

Wednesday, April 13th

Mental Health evening during Pan Asia Week (Ursa’s Fireside 5-7 PM)

 

Tuesday April 19th

     Self Care Skill Share​ ​Tisch Commons, 7pm

    ​Wednesday Arpil 27th
    Alcohol Screening Event Outside DUC 11-2, hosted by           alcohol and other drug(AOD) PHE's

    Thursday April 28th

       Take Back The Night  6:30pm Walk from Siegle Hall

                                                                  7:00pm Graham Chapel

      ​Friday April 29th

    Live well at W.I.L.D.  3-7pm Clock Tower, hosted by             AOD PHE's, LIVE, and student conduct ambassadors


Sunday, May 1st

Stress-Free Zone featuring Peer Health Educators and Stressbusters helping students relax before finals (Olin Library 1-3 PM)


Events for March 2016

Tuesday Mar 1st

Stressbusters (free 5-minute backrubs and wellness info) at DUC Tea (Danforth University Center Tisch Commons 3-5 PM).

Thursday, March 3rd (and every Thursday through April)
Yoga led by Peer Health Educator (PHE) Delia Chassaing (Hillman Hall room 30 10-11 AM)

Sunday, March 6th
LGBTQIA* Green Dot Training (Seigle Hall room 306 10 AM-4 PM, registration required)

Monday, March 7th - Friday, March 11th
Interviews for prospective Peer Health Educators (PHEs) in Student Health Services (Application closed February 26th)

Monday, March 7th
Meditation Monday led by Peer Health Educators (PHEs) in DUC 278 (Goldberg Formal Lounge) 3:10-4 PM and 4:10-5 PM

Monday, March 7th - Wednesday, March 9th
Eating Disorders Awareness (email reflectionswustl@googlegroups.com for information)

Tuesday, March 8th
Stress-Less@WashU (special offering in Olin Library noon-1 PM. Visit Stressbusters table near entrance for more information)

Wednesday, March 9th and Thursday, March 10th
Let's Talk​​ program launches (3:15-4:45 PM every Wednesday and Thursday through April in the Hall of Champions and the Center for Diversity and Inclusion). 

Monday, March 14th-Friday, March 18th
Spring Break

Tuesday, March 22nd
Health Promotion Services staff recruits Brown School practicum students for positions 2016-2017 (11 AM-1PM in Hillman Hall 100. See more info below*).

Monday, March 28th -Friday, April 1st:

Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW)

BearBalance Nutriton and Fitness Week (BB)

MHAW:
Monday - Cup o' Joes and SARAH Sweets 8 -10 AM at Underpass 
Tuesday - Self-Care panel 7-8:30 PM in DUC Goldberg Formal Lounge (278)
Wednesday - Stress-Less@WashU 12 noon-2 pm in Olin Library (see Stressbusters table near entrance for more information)
- Post Secret 6-9 pm in College Hall
Thursday - Dr. Ruth Clark presents Balance (Time and location TBA) 
Friday - De-Stress event 11 AM-2 PM at DUC Edison Courtyard

BB:
Monday -7 PM Trivia Night in Ibby's
Tuesday - 6:30-8:30 PM free yoga class and Dine with the Dietitian (registration required)
Wednesday - 6-8 PM Blacklight Spinathon in AC
Thursday - Dr. Ruth Clark presents Balance (Time and location TBA)
Friday - Kickboxing class led by student Erica Winkelstein (1-1:45 pm in South 40 Fitness Center Dance Studio)
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Events for February 2016

·         Monday, February 1st

Meditation Monday in DUC 278 (Goldberg Formal Lounge) 3:10-4 PM and 4:10-5 PM

 

·         Tuesday, February 2nd

Stressbusters (free 5-minute backrubs and wellness info) at DUC Tea (Danforth University Center Tisch Commons 3-5 PM).

 

·         Monday, February 8th-Friday, February 12th

Phi Lambda Psi Women’s Health Week focusing on domestic and relationship violence. Proceeds go to Women’s Safe House in St. Louis (see “Phi Lambda Psi” on Facebook for schedule).

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  • ​​​​​February 8, 15, 22nd

#​​​RewindBlurredLines in Edison Theater for first year students only. Continuation of sexual assault awareness.

·         Monday, February 15th-Friday, February 19th

Sex Week  (see “Peer Health Educators - Wash U” on Facebook      for schedule).

 

·         Monday, February 22nd -Friday, February 26th

Eating Disorders Awareness Week (email reflectionswustl@googlegroups.com for information).

 

·         Friday, February 26th

Applications due for undergraduate Peer Health Educators 2016-17. See volunteer job description and application at https://portfolio.wustl.edu/organization/PHE. Email wellness@wustl.edu with any questions.

 

  • ​​F​ebruary-April

Brown School of Social Work and/or Public Health students may apply for concentration level practicum positions in Health Promotion Services (fall 2016 and spring 2017). See Symplicity for job descriptions or email wellness@wustl.edu for more information

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Events for January 2016

Jan 25-Jan 30  National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week

Jan. 30, 12-3 p.m.
 Stressbusters New Member Training. Application required.


Jan. 30, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. 

 Advanced Stressbusters Training for current Stressbusters.

Events for December 2015​​

· Tuesday, Dece​mber 1st World AIDS Day
Ongina from RuPaul's Drag Race, who was one of the first TV stars to come out as HIV positive, speaks about battling the stigmas associated with HIV in LGBTQIA+ communities. There will be free food and drink, safe sex kits, and HIV/AIDS awareness + anti-stigma buttons. McMillan Café, 7 pm​

Sponsors: +PLUS: People Like US, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion, PHEs, the Bedsider program, GlobeMed, the Social Justice Center, and the St. Louis Anti-Violence Project.


​· Sunday, December 6th
Stress-Free Z​one: Peer Health Educators welcome all students to stations featuring healthy snacks, games, creative expression, relaxation, and care packages -- and Stressbusters offer free 5-minute backrubs -- in Olin Library, 1 pm - 3 pm.

· Tuesday, December 8th
Peer Health Educators hand out wellness info and fresh fruit (thanks to Dining Services) at the Gourmet Coffee Bar in the DUC Tisch Commons 7 pm - 8 pm.

· Thursday, December 10th
Peer Health Educators hand out healthy snacks and wellness info in Olin Library 1 pm-2 pm.

Event​s for November 2015

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Thursday, November 5th

“Dear SHS,” a panel convened by To Write Love on Her Arms – Wash U Chapter, will focus on Mental Health Services, 6:30-8:00 pm in DUC Tisch Commons

Monday, November 9th

Sexual Health Peer Health Educators distribute contraception information and Bedsider on Campus “Thanks, Birth Control” materials 11 am-2 pm in DUC Tisch Commons.

Saturday, November 14th

Dance Marathon in DUC Tisch Commons starts at 3 pm for visitors (for more info visit http://dm.wustl.edu/visitor-policy/)

 

Monday, November 16th

Meditation Monday 3:10-4 pm and 4:10-5 pm in DUC 278 Goldberg Formal Lounge

Thursday, November 19th

Great American Smokeout: Health Promotion staff and Peer Health Educators provide information about tobacco, e-cigarettes, vaping, and hookah at a table in DUC Tisch Commons, 11 am- 2 pm.

Thursday, November 19 - Monday, November 30th

Peer Health Educators work with +PLUS to promote World AIDS Day 11 am - 2 pm in DUC, Tisch Commons

 Events for October 2015

Thursday, October 1st 
• Meningitis and flu vaccine information from Peer Health Educators 11 am-2 pm in DUC Tisch commons.

Tuesday, October 6th
• First Year Center Academic Res​ource Fair 5:30-6:30 pm in College Hall. Peer Health Educators engage new students with info and resources on fitness and nutrition, mental health, alcohol and other drugs, and sexual health. Stressbusters provide free 5-minute backrubs.
• Peer Health Educators lead guided meditation 5-7 pm in Meeting Room 1 outside College Hall as part of Pre-Health Week. Active Minds and Uncle Joes will promote their groups and resources.

Friday, October 9th
• Active Minds members and mental health Peer Health Educators will promote online mental health resources http://screening.mentalhealthscreening.org/WUHEALTH and http://www.asklistenrefer.org/washu 11 a.m.-2 p.m. in DUC Tisch Commons.

Saturday, October 10th
• Stressbusters provide free 5-minute backrubs and wellness information 2-3 pm at Ursa’s Stageside at the end of Pre-Health Week and in honor of World Mental Health Day. Mental Health Peer Health Educators offer resource guidance.

Tuesday, October 13th
• Stressbusters provide free 5-minute backrubs and wellness information 3-5 pm at DUC Tea @ 3 event, Tisch Commons.
• Mental Health Peer Health Educators at First 40 Foundations “stress less” event at Ursa’s Fireside 5:30-6:30 pm.

Wednesday, October 14th
• Meningitis and flu vaccine information from Peer Health Educators 11 am-2 pm in DUC Tisch commons.​

Monday, October 19th 
• Meditation Monday 3:10-4 pm and 4:10-5 pm in DUC 278 Goldberg Formal Lounge

Thursday, October 22nd
• Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Screening noon-3 pm in DUC 232 (free event thanks to WU School of Medicine and St. Louis City Health Department).

Sunday, October 25th
• Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training, 12-6pm 
- visit http://shs.wustl.edu/SexualViolence/Green-Dot/Pages/Green-Dot.aspx​ for more information.

Wednesday, October 28th
• Sexual Health Peer Health Educators distribute contraception information and Bedsider on Campus materials 11 am-2 pm in DUC Tisch Commons.​ 

 

Events for September 2015

Saturday, September 12th

  • ​Green Dot By​stander Intervention Training, 12-6pm 
  • Stressbusters Training 11-2pm; Advanced Training, 2-3pm
​​Monday, September 14th
  • Meditation Monday 3:10-4 pm and  4:10-5 pm in DUC 278 Formal Lounge​

 Sunday, September 27th

  • Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training, 12-6pm

Events for March 2015

March 1-31 - National Nutrition Month

March 4, 6-8 p.m.  - Bedsider Tabling in the Bear's Den. 

March 21, 12-5 p.m.  - Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training for International Students. Registration required. 

March 23-27 - Mental Health Awareness Week:

Monday, March 23rd
• Meditation Monday: 3:10-4 pm and again 4:10-5 pm in DUC 278 Formal 
• SARAH Sweets, Cup of Joe's and Active Treats at the Underpass, 11 am-1 pm

Tuesday, March 24th 
• Mental Health: A Series of Success Stories (a professor-student panel) in DUC 278 Formal Lounge, 6:30-8:30 pm

Wednesday, March 25th 
WashU PostSecret: A display of post cards decorated by students confidentially sharing secrets about themselves, in College Hall, 6-9 pm 

Thursday, March 26th 
• Stressbusters at Olin Library 4-5 PM
• Media, Technology and Mental Health: Small group discussions about how to use technology and media to improve our mental health in Ursa's Fireside, 6-8 pm

Friday, March 27th
• DeSTRESS Fest, activities and goodie bags in the DUC from noon-2pm 
• Laughter Yoga in DUC 233, 4-5 pm 


Events for February 2015

Feb. 2, 7 p.m.  - #RewindBlurredLines in Edison Theater for first year students only. Continuation of sexual assault awareness.

Feb. 6, 12-3 p.m. - Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Screening Event in DUC 232/234. Screening coordinated by Health Promotion Services and provided by the city health department and the Wash U School of Medicine (the SPOT). No registration required.

Feb. 7, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. - Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training. Registration required. 

Feb. 12, 20, 26  - “Sex in the Dark” sexual health program for freshmen in their respective residential colleges. Presentation by Peer Health Educators (PHEs) features “sexpert” from Student Health Services and the Brown School of Social Work/Public Health. 

Lee/Beau 2/12 in Lee Basement at 9 p.m.

Park/Mudd 2/20 in Mudd MPR at 7 p.m.

Brookings 2/26 in Lien Lobby at 9 p.m.

Feb. 16, 3:10 and 4:10 p.m. - Meditation Monday in DUC 278 (Goldberg Formal Lounge). Part of DUC "Center Yourself" series. 

Feb. 21, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. - Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training. Registration required. ​

Feb. 23-27 - Eating Disorder Awareness Week​

Events for January 2015

Jan. 19, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. - Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training. Registration required. 

Jan. 25, 1-7 p.m. - Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training. Registration required. 

Jan. 26, 6:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. - #RewindBlurredLines in Edison Theater for first year students only. Continuation of sexual assault awareness.

Jan. 31, 12-3 p.m. - Stressbusters New Member Training. Application required.

Jan. 31, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. - Advanced Stressbusters Training for current Stressbusters. 

Events for December 2014

Dec. 2, 5:30-7:30 p.m. - Academic Study Break sponsored by the First Year Center in College Hall. Stress info and care packages sponsored by Peer Health Educators (PHEs) and free 5-minute backrubs provided by Stressbusters. Other resources include Cornerstone, Olin Library, and the Writing Center.

Dec. 7, 1-3 p.m. - Stress-Free Zone. PHEs provided wellness info, Stressbusters gave backrubs, and make-your-own care packages were available. ​

Events for November 2014

Nov. 6, 5-6 p.m.- St. Louis Close-Up: Mental Health in St. Louis featuring Washington University in St. Louis experts in panel discussion in DUC 233. Presented by Active Minds, the Gephardt Institute for Public Service, and the Community Service Office.

Nov. 6, 9-10 p.m.- “Sex in the Dark” sexual health program for freshmen in their respective residential colleges. Presentation by Peer Health Educators (PHEs) features “sexpert” from Student Health Services and the Brown School of Social Work/Public Health in Eliot A Common Room. Other residential colleges with freshmen will have their events in spring semester

Nov. 10, 6-9 p.m. - My Plate Table in Bear’s Den - Free vege tasting at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 drop by and enjoy some tasty, and healthy treats.

Nov. 17-21 - Campus-wide mental health awareness. Sponsored by TWLOHA and Student Union.

Nov. 19, 7-11 p.m. - Fall Write-In. Final paper or project coming up? Come work on it during the Fall Write-In! Sponsored by The Writing Center, Washington University Libraries, the Brown School, and Stressbusters, the Write-In will take place on the first floor of Olin Library. Writing Center staff and research librarians will be on hand to answer questions, help with the writing process, and provide research assistance. Refreshments will be served, and Stressbusters will be providing free backrubs for some stress relief during the writing process from 7-9 pm. All writers welcome!​

Nov. 20, 6-7 p.m. - Panel Discussion on Mental Health in DUC Tisch Commons, featuring panelist Jennifer Self from Mental Health Services. Sponsored by Student Union and TWLOHA.

Events for October 2014

Oct. 1, 6-7:30 p.m. - “Behind Happy Faces: Talking about Mental Health” featuring Ross Szabo in College Hall. Sponsored by SAE, Active Minds, Uncle Joes, and SU.

Oct. 2, 9, 23, and 30, 9-10 p.m. - “Sex in the Dark” sexual health program for freshmen in their respective residential colleges. Presentation by Peer Health Educators (PHEs) features “sexpert” from Student Health Services and the Brown School of Social Work/Public Health. Each Thursday in October except 10/16.

Liggett Koenig 10/2 in LK Lounge.

Wayman Crow and HIG 10/9 in Dardick Lobby

RUSOFO 10/23 in Umrath Lobby

JKL 10/30 in Eliot A Common Room

WGE and Eliot 11/6 in Eliot A Common Room

Other residential colleges with freshmen will have their events in spring semester

Oct. 7, 5:30-7:30 p.m. - Academic Study Break sponsored by the First Year Center in College Hall. Sleep info sponsored by Peer Health Educators (PHEs) and free 5-minute backrubs provided by Stressbusters. Other resources include Cornerstone, Olin Library, and the Writing Center.

Oct. 10, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. - National Depression Screening Day. Stop by the DUC to learn about mental health resources.

Oct. 15, 12-3 p.m. - Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Screening Event in DUC 232. Screening coordinated by Health Promotion Services and provided by the city health department and the Wash U School of Medicine (the SPOT). No registration required.

Oct. 16, 6-8 p.m - Bedsider in the Wild at Social Programming Board’s happy hour. Learn from your peers about Bedsider in the Wild and get free stuff promoting Bedsider.org, an online birth control support network for women 18-29 operated by The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, a private non-profit organization.

Oct. 17, 12-8 p.m. - Green Dot bystander intervention training at Ursa’s Fireside. Registration required.

Oct. 17, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. - Mental Health First Aid training for undergraduate students in Mallinckrodt Multipurpose Room. Registration required.

Events for September 2014

Sep. 5, Sep. 6, and Sep. 12 Green Dot Bystander Intervention Trainings (by invitation only for athletes)

Sep. 9 (3-5 p.m.) Stressbusters at Tea @ 3 event (DUC, Tisch Commons)

Sep. 13  noon – 3 p.m: Stressbusters New Member Training (DUC 276)

Sep. 18 noon – 2 p.m. Stressbusters (Brown School, Goldfarb Commons)

Sep. 20 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mental Health First Aid for Brown School students.

Sep. 22 noon – 2 p.m. Stressbusters at Olin Library

Sep. 25 4-5 p.m. Stressbusters at Olin Library

Sep. 27 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Mental Health First Aid for Graduate and Professional Students (DUC 300, Liberman Graduate Center)

Events for April 2014

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

From One Night Stands to Wedding Bands” is a panel discussion about hookups, relationships, and consent in college. Thursday, April 3rd at 7:00pm, McDonnell 162

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is a march protesting sexual violence in our community. It was originally a men's march to protest violence against women, but today all are welcome to stand in solidarity…and in heels! Thursday, April 10th at 5:30, meet in the Orchid room in the DUC

Invisible War is an award-winning documentary about sexual assault in the military. 
Wednesday, April 16 at 7:00, Mallincrodt 302.

Take Back the Night is a safe space for the St. Louis community to share their stories about sexual violence. Thursday, April 24th. The march starts at 8:00pm, meet at the fire pit outside the DUC. The speak-out starts at 8:30pm, Holmes Lounge

Events for March 2014

Mental Health Awareness Week

3/24-3/30 (Active Minds and Uncle Joe’s and SHAC)

Monday 3/24: SARAH’s Sweets & Cup o’ Joe’s at the Underpass, 9-11 a.m.

Tuesday 3/25: De-Stress Fest at the DUC North Courtyard, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Wednesday 3/26: Wash U PostSecret Gallery at Ursa’s, 6-9 p.m., featuring performances by WUSLAM and the WU cast of “Spring Awakening”

Thursday 3/27: Media & Mental Illness: Facts and Myths panel discussion in DUC 276, 6 PM (with free Noodles & Co.)

Friday 3/28: Stressbusters at Olin Library, 12-1 p.m.

Sunday 3/30: Movie on the Swamp: “Part-Time Fabulous” at the Swamp, 6 p.m.

Sexual Responsibility Week (a.k.a. “Sex Week”) sponsored by the Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)

Sex Week Flyer.pdfSex Week Flyer.pdf

Monday 3/31  6 PM Seigle L004 Contraceptive Choice Project representatives from the Wash U School of Medicine discuss the “Bedsider in the Wild” program.  Snacks, SWAG, and info about contraceptive options.

Monday 3/31 7-9 PM Seigle 304 Alternative Lifestyle Association (ALA) workshop by Lee Harrington

Tuesday 4/1 7-9 PM Seigle L003 Alternative Lifestyle Association (ALA) workshop by Lee Harrington

Wednesday 4/2 7-8:30 PM Ursa’s Stageside WUSTL Pride Alliance presents “Sex in and out of the Closet,” everything you want to know about LGBTQIA* sexual health, pleasure, and community. A Wash U School of Medicine representative will answer students’ questions.

Thursday 4/3 7 PM McDonnell 162 Community Organized for Rape Education (CORE) offers a panel discussion, “From One-Night Stands to Wedding Bands,” about hookups, relationships, and consent in college.

Friday 4/4 5 PM Louderman 458 SHAC’s keynote speaker, Helen Fisher, Ph.D., will disuss “Lust, Romance, Attachment: the Drive to Love and Whom we Choose” and meet and greet students immediately after her talk at 6:15. Dr. Fisher is a biological anthropologist from Rutgers University.

Events for February 2014

Training for returning volunteers Saturday 2/1 11 AM-12 PM DUC Goldberg Formal Lounge.

Training

ining for new volunteers Saturday 2/1 12-3 PM DUC 276. For an application please visit here.

Free STI Screening

Friday 2/7 noon - 3 PM at DUC 232. Free STI screening (Sexually Transmitted Infections). Provided by the City Health Department and St. Louis Effort for AIDS, screening is offered for gonorrhea and chlamydia (urine sample) and HIV and syphilis (blood sample). Results will be available in 8-10 business days by calling the health department with a secure code. Staff from SHS will be in the waiting room answering students’ sexual health-related questions. Students with symptoms should skip this screening and make an appointment at SHS ASAP. SHS provides screening for all students during regular business hours for no or low cost (depending on your insurance provider) with results in 2-3 business days.

Mindfulness Bootcamp (At​tention Training in 6 Brief Sessions):

Mondays/Wednesdays February 10-26 in SHS. Email wellness@wustl.edu for more info.

Vagina Monologues (sponsored by V-Day in an effort to stop violence against women):

February 13, 14, and 15 at 7:00 p.m. in Graham Chapel

Eating Disorders Awareness Week (sponsored by Reflections):

Monday 2/24: 8:00 p.m. FREE YOGA CLASS (South 40 Fitness Center)

Tuesday 2/25: 7:00-10:00 p.m. Yomi Abiola, the first African Maybelline model, will speak about her experiences with her body and the media. (McMillan G052)

Wednesday 2/26: 7:00 p.m. “How to talk to your friends about eating disorders,” a mini reflections training for students who want help broaching this sensitive subject. (DUC 239)

Mon-Fri 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Reflections members will have a table in the DUC Tisch Commons with resource info, t-shirts, and tank tops.

Events for January 2014

RPHE Info Session

Info Sessions for freshmen interested in being Residential Peer Health Educators next year: Tues 1/21 and Wed 1/22 7:30-8:00 PM Ursa’s Fireside

Activity Fair

Wed 1/22 4:30-6 PM DUC 2nd Floor Many health-related groups represented. Look for SHAC, Uncle Joe’s, Active Minds, Stressbusters, Reflections, CORE, SARAH, and more.

Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training

Monday 1/20  10 AM-5 PM Contact wellness@wustl.edu for more info.


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