iwc bballWinona State University Health, Counseling and Wellness Services will present the following events the week of Nov. 17-21 in the Integrated Wellness Complex, room 138.

Healthy Mondays “Don’t Be a Zombie: Sleep Tips” will take place at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17, in the Well (IWC 138). Healthy sleep habits are a top concern for college students. Join WSU Health Promotion-Programming graduate assistant to find out how students can get more sleep and how it can improve their lives.

Fit Stop will host “De Stress Kits” 11 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Nov. 18, near the entrance to the Fitness Center in the IWC. The WSU Health and Wellness Student Advocates will present this interactive resource table.

Wellness Wednesdays will present “Unpacking Privilege” at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 19, in The Well (IWC 138). Matt Horel, a counselor at Shakopee Senior High School, will discuss how privilege takes many shapes, sizes and forms. This session will focus on identifying privilege and what privilege means to different students and people.

Health promotion programming aims to increase awareness, knowledge and skills to sustain a healthy lifestyle. These programs are designed to challenge and provide personal growth and development for all Winona State University students. Event sponsors include Health & Wellness Services, The RE Initiative and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WSUreInitiative?ref=br_tf , Student Health & Wellness Advocates, HERS Practicum, Counseling & Wellness Services, Semcac Clinic, Public Health Club, SHAG, FAN Club, Outdoor Recreation Education Center and Fitness & Wellness Services.

For more information, email Health Promotion Coordinator Kate Hansen at kaehansen@winona.edu.

 

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