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Department/Office NamePhoneEducational AreaName of ProgramBrief Description of Program
Duration of Program
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Center for Students with Disabilities
(860) 486-2020
Diversity & InclusionBetter Than InstagramParticipants will have the opportunity to learn about challenges students with disabilities face and engage in an interactive and thought-provoking discussion. Students will be challenged to apply knowledge gained to help foster a safe and accepting environment in their classes, residence halls, and the university community.60 minutes14 days
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Puerto Rican/ Latin American Cultural Center
(860) 486-1135
Diversity & InclusionIlluminating the PathIlluminating the Path is a program that the Puerto Rican/ Latin American Cultural Center puts on every fall semester. The point of Illuminating the path is to bring to light a famous Latinx Activist that inspires students by sharing their stories of triumph and a Q&A session with the guest speaker. This year our guest speaker is Maria Hinojosa, although she is not as well known as our past speakers she is an executive producer and anchor for LatinoUSA a podcast dedicated latino issues.90 minutesthe program is already scheduledThe program is scheduled for Sept. 18, 2018 in Jorgenson from 7:30-9:00pm. The program is already set up and in the works the student of OFSL will simply need to attend, the ticket are free.
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Rainbow Center
(860) 486-8110
Diversity & InclusionTransgender Inclusion in Greek LifeThis presentation will break down trans-inclusive or -exclusive policies in Greek life organizations, review what diversity of gender identity, gender expression, and sexuality play out in the realm of Greek life, and give practical examples of how chapter members can be more inclusive60 minutesThere are two dates scheduled. Please attend one. This program will take place two times: once on September 13th, and once on October 9th. Both presentations will be in Laurel Hall 102 from 5:15-6:15pm. That room can hold ~500 people, so feel free to send your chapter members. Each chapter is responsible for managing their own attendance checks.
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Student Health Services- Clinical Outreach
(860) 486-5097
Diversity & Inclusion
Gender Inclusive Care at Student Health Services
Discussion on Gender Inclusive Care at Student Health Services. Opportunity for question and answer period.60 minutes14 days
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Counseling & Mental Health Services
(860) 486-4705
Safety & Wellness
Helping Everyone Learn to Prevent Suicide (HELPS)
UConn HELPS is an interactive suicide prevention training which goes beyond basic facts about suicide. With a focus on the importance of communication and connection, participants will learn how to recognize warning signs, use empathic listening techniques, and provide compassionate support to those in crisis. HELPS is best for groups of 20-40 participants.120 minutes30 days
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Counseling & Mental Health Services
(860) 486-4705
Safety & WellnessStress ManagementOur stress management workshop covers a variety of coping strategies that participants will practice and learn to implement on their own, as well as a brief overview of Counseling & Mental Health Services. The workshop is interactive and best for groups larger than 20.60 minutes30 days
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Student Health Services- Clinical Outreach
(860) 486-5097
Safety & WellnessHands Only CPRHands Only CPR
An introduction to CPR and guided Hands Only CPR skill building
45 minutes14 days
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Student Health Services- Clinical Outreach
(860) 486-5097
Safety & WellnessThe Science of ExerciseThe Science of Exercise- Physical Activity for Everyday Life. Includes an introduction to exercise prescription, physical activity counseling (PAC) & Exercise is Medicine- On Campus (EIM-OC).60 minutes14 days
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Student Health Services- Clinical Outreach
(860) 486-5097
Safety & WellnessKnow-U-wellKnow U Well- overview of the new Nurse Coach Wellness Visit with a focus on developing healthy habits for life-long health60 minutes7 daysAn introduction to our new Nurse Coach Wellness Visit
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Student Health Services, Nutrition and Physical Activity Services
(860) 486-0771
Safety & WellnessNutrition for College StudentsAs a busy college student it may be difficult eating well for energy, academic success and overall health. Learn strategies for eating nutritionally sound food. Hear the facts about commonly heard nutrition myths and diets.60 minutes14 daysPresentations can be tailored to group's specific needs and expectations.
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Student Health Services-Clinical Outreach
(860) 486-5097
Safety & WellnessEverything You Wanted to Know About HPVOpen discussion about HPV, Risks, Prevention and Vaccination. Opportunity for anonymous question and answer session45 minutes7 days
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Student Health Services-Clinical Outreach
(860) 486-5097
Safety & WellnessSMART StartSMART Start - using SMART goal setting principles to develop and sustain a health goal60 minutes7 days
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Wellness & Prevention Services
(860) 486-6542
Safety & WellnessMessage in a Bottle: Gender, Alcohol, & YouExplore the relationship between gender and social expectations around alcohol use! Through facilitated discussion, examine alcohol industry marketing and consider opportunities for enhancing personal agency when it comes to decisions about alcohol.45-60 minutes14 days
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Wellness & Prevention Services
(860) 486-6542
Safety & WellnessGroup DynamicsDuring Group Dynamics, consider the dynamics - both positive and not-so-positive - that exist in groups. Respond to potential real-life scenarios and discuss what you would do to protect your community!45-60 minutes14 days
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Wellness & Prevention Services
(860) 486-6542
Safety & WellnessParty SmartPlan a night out and see where it takes you! Learn about standard drink sizes, how they can be tricky to measure, how much is too much, and strategies for partying smart.45-60 minutes14 days
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Wellness & Prevention Services
(860) 486-6542
Safety & WellnessFacts on TapIn Facts on Tap, compete in a team-based trivia game that tests your knowledge about alcohol. Trivia topics include BAC, tolerance, how the body metabolizes alcohol, and how to help your friends stay safe!45-60 minutes14 days
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Wellness and Prevetion--Health Education
(860) 486-9431
Safety & WellnessStress management ProgramWorking with each organization that calls, we will explore what stress management options will work best for each group. We will provide an opportunity for students to learn and practice how to utilize either breathing or massage techniques to reduce their stress. We will also provide another technique, either pre-made oils or mini-pillows, for students to incorporate into their stress reduction strategies. We can work with any size group and will customize the program to the meet their needs.60 minutes14 days
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Wellness and Prevetion--Health Education
(860) 486-9431
Safety & WellnessFact or FictionDoes an apple a day REALLY keep the doctor away? Do sperm REALLY die when they hit the air? Come find out the answer to these questions and many others during this fun interactive program that explores common folklore and myths!60 minutes14 daysPlease use this description as there were errors in the last one. Thank you!!
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Wellness and Prevetion--Health Education
(860) 486-9431
Safety & WellnessFact or FictionDoes an apple a day REALLY keep the doctor away? Do sperm REALLY die when they hit the air? Come find out the answer to this question and many others during this fun interactive program that explores common folklore and myths!60 minutes14 days
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Wellness and Prevetion--Health Education
(860) 486-9431
Safety & WellnessQuick DrawSimilar to the game Pictionary, learn more about sex and sexuality through this fun and interactive game of drawing. Art skills are helpful, but not required.60 minutes14 days
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Wellness and Prevetion--Health Education
(860) 486-9431
Safety & WellnessRubberwearAre you condom savvy? Find out during one of our most requested evening programs each semester – Rubberwear! Learn about all the different condoms, dental dams, and lubrication that Health Education offers to students through interactive activities such as flavored lube tastings, condom relay races, & quizzes.60 minutes14 days
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Women's Center, Violence Against Women Prevention Program
(860) 486-1103
Title IX & Related Themes
GASA PreviewThis workshop serves as a preview of the semester-long GASA experience offered every Spring, in partnership with the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life. Topics offered include: rape-supportive norms and values within the Greek community, impact of gender stereotypes on social power dynamics, dispelling rape myths and victim-blaming, individual and community-focused bystander intervention, and supporting victims/survivors.45-60 minutes30 daysNote: Facilitators from the Greek community aim to tailor each GASA Preview to meet the unique needs of the requesting chapter. In light of this, we ask for at least 30 days notice. Additionally, the primary contact should be prepared to meet with our facilitators ahead of time to discuss the following:
- Goal or purpose of the request
- Topic selection and rationale
- Organizational history, values, and norms
- Member demographics
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Women's Center, Violence Against Women Prevention Program
(860) 486-1103
Title IX & Related Themes
Power & Control (in Relationships)This workshop invites participants to make connections between stereotypical gender expectations and unhealthy relationship patterns. Participants will gain: greater understanding of the various forms of relationship abuse and how they manifest, tools for assessing the health of their own connections, and proficiency in providing support to friends or family members who may be experiencing relationship violence.60 minutes14 daysFulfillment of requests are based on peer facilitator availability. Women's Center/VAWPP staff will make outreach to primary contact within 3-4 business days to confirm or deny request.
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Women's Center, Violence Against Women Prevention Program
(860) 486-1103
Title IX & Related Themes
Consent 201This workshop is designed to expand on concepts first-year students were introduced to at Orientation, inviting participants to think critically about common patterns of communication around requests, negotiation, pressure, and coercion. Facilitators utilize fun, interactive activities to foster discussion around gender stereotypes, power dynamics, and sexual and romantic scripts.45 minutes14 daysFulfillment of requests are based on peer facilitator availability. Women's Center/VAWPP staff will make outreach to primary contact within 3-4 business days to confirm or deny request.
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