Wellness Wednesday Series, Fall 2014
Wednesdays @ 7 p.m. ~ Corey Union Exhibition Lounge unless otherwise noted*
8/27/2014 “An Intro to Yoga”
Louise Mahar, Assistant Director, Recreational Sports for Fitness, SUNY Cortland
Experience a beginner level yoga class. Come dressed in loose comfy clothing and
bring a mat or towel. *Function Room*
9/3/2014 “10 Things Every College Student Should Know About Sex”
Mary Dykeman, Public Health Educator, Jacobus Center for Reproductive Health
Whether you have sex or not, being educated about sexuality is a must. Come
learn and enjoy an evening about sex in a way you have never heard before.
9/10/2014 “Solo Cup Culture: Minimizing the Risks of an Alcohol-Soaked Campus Climate”
Jake Byczkowski , National Speaker
9/17/2014 “Walk the Walk of Student Services”
Acquaint yourself with the staff and services on campus! Refreshments and Prizes!
*5:30 - 7:30 p.m., Van Hoesen Hall and Corey Union Open House*
9/24/2014 “Blood Drive”
Feel good by helping others. Donate blood.
Sponsored by “Code Red” and Health Promotion *12 noon – 6 p.m.*
10/1/2014 “Being Academically Well – Strategies and Resources for Success”
Academic Support and Achievement Program (ASAP) and Advisement and Transition
Learn strategies for academic success and how to maximize the resources
available to you, including Degree Works – the new degree audit system.
10/8/2014 “Depression Screening Day”
Counseling Center Staff
Stop by our tables for information, resources and screenings.
*10 a.m. – 2 p.m., Corey Union First Floor*
10/15/2014 “LGBTQA Panel: Why Do We Still Need National Coming Out Day?”
Panel of Students, Faculty and Community Members
10/29/2014 “The Other 4.0 That Matters: 101 Things To Do Before You Graduate To Maximize
College And Minimize Debt”
Jullien Gordon, National Speaker
11/5/2014 “Let’s Talk About Race”
Multicultural Life and Diversity Office – Panel
An opportunity for our campus to start a healthy dialogue about race.
11/12/2014 Like a Tattoo: Digital Dirt, Social Media, & Your Personal Brand
Michele Baran, Assistant Director/Online Operations Specialist, Career Services
Creating a positive, professional reputation while you are a student is essential to
success after college.
11/19/2014 “Great American SmokeOut”
Haven’t quit yet? Know someone else who needs support? Take this opportunity
to quit for the day or help someone you know to quit. *11 a.m. – 2 p.m., First Floor
Free and Open to the Public ~ If you need any accommodations to fully participate in these events, contact Health Promotion at 607-753-2066.