TopperWell presents at BACCHUS Area 7 Regional Conference
|Author: Terri Cunningham|
Date: Tuesday, April 5th, 2011
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TopperWell members attended the BACCHUS Network Area 7 Conference at Miami University in Oxford, OH on April 1-2, 2011.
Congratulations to Erin Eaton, TopperWell President for receiving the Outstanding Area 7 Student Leader Award for excellence in Peer Education Programs!
Students from Area 7 universities Anna Kobbeman, Shayna Peters, Meredith Livingston,
and Advisor, Jataun Isenhower
Area 7 TopperWell Program Presentations:
"Knock Out Stress"
Knock Out Stress is a interactive program that allows students to relieve stress. During the program Peer Educators will learn the tools to run an interactive stress program. Participants will undergo mini workshops on Drawing Out Stress, Managing their time, and Meditation techniques. Peer Educators will leave with tools they can use to implement at their school.
"Implementing Social Norms through the Stall Street Journal"
Does your campus have a lot of misinformation out there? Do you have a lot of data and do not know what to do with it? Find out how to utilize data collected from your programs and NCHA to implement a social norms campaign at your campus with visibility. Learn how collaboration with housing can build an effective partnership for Social Norming on your campus in a fun and memorable way.
Recruiting now for Fall 2011 - Spring 2012. Here are links for more information about TopperWell Peer Health Educators:
TopperWell Website: TopperWell Peer Health Educators
TopperWell Brochure: 2011-2012 Brochure
TopperWell Application: 2011-2012 Application
For questions, please contact the Advisor, Jataun Isenhower at firstname.lastname@example.org or (270)-745-5653.
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