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Calendar of Events, Spring Semester 2015

Let’s Talk.  Kirby Student Center 361.  Mondays, 10am-12pm; Thursdays, 1-3pm. “Let’s Talk” is a program that provides easy access to informal and confidential consultations with counselors from UMD Health Services.  Drop-in during office hours for support and resources – no appointment necessary!!

Grief Support Group. Every Wednesday evening.  The group will meet in RDC 311 during spring semester. Choose your group time, 4-5:30pm or 6-7:30pm.  Snacks provided.  Facilitated by Barb Titus, btitus2@d.umn.edu.

Marijuana Focus Groups. Health Services is interested in better understanding the culture of marijuana use. If you are interested in participating in a confidential peer-facilitated discussion, on one of the dates below, email us.

Wellbeing Wednesdays.  New this semester!!  Every Wednesday between 9am-1pm this semester, you can join the UMD community for drop-in wellness programming.  Every Wednesday will have a similar schedule, with a new topic highlighted each week. Events will be held in the Griggs Center, unless noted otherwise. For more information: z.umn.edu/wellbeingwednesday. 

The Wellbeing Wednesdays topic for April is Sustainability!

April 15th, 2015 9am-10am
Sustaining a safe, positive and inclusive campus culture through bystander intervention.  Have you ever experienced a situation that made you feel like you wanted to step in and help someone but you didn’t?? Learn more about the "Got Your Back! UMD" goal 2 initiative and how we can safely and effectively take care of each other and positively impact our campus culture. 
Location: Griggs Center 
Facilitator: Dori Decker, Health Educator, UMD Health Services

April 22nd, 2015 (Earth Day) 10am-12pm
Documentary and seed planting
Join us on Earth Day to learn the benefits of greenhouse farming! Greenhouse farming has resulted in overall more food in the whole world and helped reduce world hunger problems. Earth day is very important to us all as it gives us awareness of our carbon footprint and things we can do to promote a healthy environment. Come join us on Earth day to learn about greenhouse farming in a documentary. Then we will teach you how to start your own edible garden from home!
Location: Griggs Center
Facilitator: Kirsty Moir, Senior, Public Health and Promotions major; Intern for UMD Health Services
Followed by weekly meditation, 12-1pm

April 29th, 2015 11am -12pm
Global Warming: Not Just an Environmental Issue.
Scientists agree that the Earth is warming and our climate is changing. Experts predict that changes in agriculture, drought, and flooding will cause the most impact to people on the planet who have the fewest resources to cope and adapt. This session will give a broad overview of climate change and energy issues, and explore how the impacts and solutions to these issues impact people from all around the globe. Using photos, videos, and stories, we will explore global warming as both an environmental problem and a moral issue.
Location: Griggs Center
Facilitator: Mindy Granley, Director, UMD Office of Sustainability
Followed by weekly meditation, 12-1pm

Got Your Back:  Bystander Intervention Workshop.  April 8th, 4:30-6pm, Garden Room.  Have you ever experienced a situation that made you feel like you wanted to step in and help someone but you didn’t?? Join us in this interactive workshop that aims to deliver the message of how we can safely and effectively take care of each other and positively impact our campus culture.  UMD, We Got Your Back!!  Facilitated by the Peer Health Educators.  Pizza will be available. Please pre-register by emailing ddecker@d.umn.edu.

Pet Away Stress Events!! 11am-1pm in the Kirby Lounge. Events are scheduled for: February 19th, March 11th, April 14th and May 5th.  Experience the relaxing energy of pets on campus!  UMD, in collaboration with Animal Allies ambassador dogs and volunteers and Pet Partner teams.  Come and de-stress with pets.

more events to come...check back throughout the semester

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To provide students the opportunity to develop healthy personal lifestyles, help ensure their retention at UMD, and contribute to the overall excellence of their total educational experience. We will accomplish this mission by providing quality health care, counseling, and education that focuses on their physical, emotional, social, and intellectual well-being, and to be actively involved with all health issues that affect the University and community.

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