WSU Counseling Services will offer a support group for students from 4-5 p.m. on Wednesdays, in IWC 222. Students can come with a variety of issues, including stress, homesickness, adjustment struggles, anxiety or depression. Therapy dog Winston will be available during the group time.
For more information, contact Lynda Brzezinski at 507-457-5330.
The Well will have an Open House at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3, in IWC 138.
Two groups, The Student Health & Wellness Advocates and the Sexual Health Awareness Group (SHAG), will recruit new members from 5 - 6 p.m.
The Student Health & Wellness Advocates are students committed to promoting wellness and healthy lifestyles by modeling healthy choices to their peers. Advocates engage students in peer to peer education about a wide variety of health topics including nutrition, physical health, mental health, and more. For more information, visit the Advocates homepage.
The Sexual Health Awareness Group (SHAG) is dedicated to raising awareness of sexual health among their peers. Students are trained in current sexual health knowledge, Semcac Services, and effective approaches to sexual health education. Students are also knowledgeable of resources available on WSU Campus. For more information on SHAG, email Chrissy Feine.
WSU Inclusion & Diversity, Health & Wellness, and Women's Sexuality & Gender Studies will host a screening of "Fagbug Nation" by Erin Davies at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3, in the Science Laboratory Center, room 120.
The film follows the journey of director Erin Davies and her once vandalized car around the United States as she searches for the road to equality.
There will be a Q&A with Davies following the film.
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) has launched eight campus-led implementation teams comprised of students, faculty, and staff as part of the Charting the Future initiative.
The Student Success team is working toward making dramatic changes in opportunities for student success. Their team narrative states, "Student success is central to the mission of higher education and to our colleges and universities.
Jennifer Cochran Biederman, biology, recently presented a talk titled "Seasonal patterns in growth, diet, and prey availability of Brown Trout in groundwater-dominated streams" at the 144th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
Retiree Kathryn Sullivan, library, has published a new fantasy short story, "Search and Rescue." It is available online and will be available on Kindle and Nook later this month. Visit her website for other works.
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