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Saturday, January 31 • 11:45am - 12:30pm
B3 Micro-Sessions: The UAlberta Jericho Project: Bringing mental wellbeing to the forefront of the student health agenda / Sticking the Landing / Small Changes for Big Results LIMITED

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The UAlberta Jericho Project: Bringing mental wellbeing to the forefront of the student health agenda
Shweta Dhawan, Elizabeth Flaming

The 2013 National College Health Assessment II conducted at the University of Alberta revealed that 86.9% of students felt overwhelmed and 37.3% reported stress as a factor affecting academic performance. These figures triggered the creation of the UAlberta Jericho Project, a pilot intervention program employing a socio-ecological model aimed to create platforms for dialogue around mental wellbeing. The two-part plan of the project includes: 1) Short-term goal of video profiling faculty, administrators and students sharing their experiences on coping with stressors and 2) Long-term goal of creating a Mental Wellbeing Working Group to examine issues and implement wellbeing promoting strategies. 

Sticking the Landing
Linh Lu

I want to share the story of the Landing, the new gender & sexual diversity centre at the University of Alberta. How it started, how it was formed and where it is now. A key part of it's formation is team work and realizing what I can do and what I need help with and being willing to collaborate. I want to identify what my process was and show others the possibility to achieve their goals with teamwork.


Small Changes for Big Results
Cameron Raynor

This year has been hugely successful for Augustana campus newspaper, the Dagligtale. By making constantly making small changes, questioning even seemingly successful areas, and constantly collecting feedback, we've been able to lead a team of 12 students to make a stronger and more effective organization with less and less effort.

Presenters
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Shweta Dhawan

Co-Founder, UAlberta Jericho Project
MPH Epidemiology Candidate, School of Public Health at University of Alberta | | Interest areas: leadership (public health related or not), infectious diseases, mental health, mentorship and global health. | | About me: I am a curious learner so I like being challenged and love collaborations overlapping with my interests! | | Motto for the summit: To communicate that "We as students, all experience stress and it's OK". | I... Read More →
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Linh Lu

Wild Earth Bakery & Cafe
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Cameron Raynor

Editor-in-Chief, Dagligtale Student Newspaper, University of Alberta, Augustana Campus
Cameron is the editor-in-chief of the Dagligtale student newspaper at the University of Alberta Augustana Campus and a third-year Economics student.


Saturday January 31, 2015 11:45am - 12:30pm
CCIS 1 440 University of Alberta

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