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Keynote | Beyond The Pandemic

A Comprehensive Approach to Campus Health and Wellbeing
Published October 26, 2021
Presented by Christopher Berry, Albion College | Emily Deeker, University of Nebraska-Lincoln | Megha Sinha, Principal, NBBJ | Kelly Wahlen, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Planning Types: Campus Planning

Institutions referenced in this resource:
Albion College, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Campus health and wellness programs have evolved over the years to promote physical health, nutrition, and mental health for students. The pandemic has made it more urgent for institutions to consider the multidimensional determinants of health and a holistic approach to wellness. How do we address elevated levels of stress on campus through design and programming? How do we design facilities and outdoor spaces for better health outcomes? What role does wellness play in fostering student success and belonging? Come learn from our panel of experts as they share their insights on creating healthier campus environments that support student wellbeing.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Define the premise of wellbeing and the eight dimensions of wellness and explain how they apply to campus design and programming initiatives
  2. Tie physical campus and building design principles to drive healthy spaces and positive student health outcomes.
  3. Gain insights into student mental health needs and the value of investing in comprehensive wellness programs.
  4. Explore available resources and potential partners to support your institution's wellbeing goals for the physical campus environment as well as health and wellness programs.

Presenters:

Christopher Berry, Assistant Dean of Students, Student Development, Albion College
Emily Deeker, Director of Campus Planning and Environment, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Megha Sinha, Principal, Urban Design and Planning, NBBJ
Kelly Wahlen, Senior Psychiatrist, University Counseling Services, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Continuing Education Units: AIA LU/HSW 1.0 Unit (SCUPC21P002) | AICP CM 1.0 Unit

Delivered 10/26/2021.

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