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- 2013 China Summer Leadership Academy
- The Higher Education Program is pleased to announce the 2013 China Summer Leadership Academy. For specific questions, please contact Dr. Ron Opp, the China Summer Leadership Academy Coordinator.
- 2013 Professional Master's Cohort
- The Higher Education Program is pleased to announce the start of a Professional Master's Cohort in the Summer of 2013. For specific questions, please contact Dr. Snejana Slantcheva-Durst, the Master's Program Coordinator.
- 2013 On-Campus Master's Program
- The Higher Education Program is inviting applications for the Fall 2013 On-Campus Master's Track. For specific questions, please contact Dr. Snejana Slantcheva-Durst, the Master's Program Coordinator.
- 2014 Four-Year College and University Leadership Doctoral Cohort
- The Higher Education Program is pleased to announce the start of an on-campus Four-Year College and University Leadership Cohort in the Fall of 2014. For specific questions, please contact Dr. Ron Opp, the Doctoral Program Coordinator.
- 2016 Ohio Community College Leadership Cohort
- The Higher Education Program is pleased to announce the start of the Ohio Community College Leadership Cohort in the Fall of 2016 in Columbus. For specific questions, please contact Dr. Ron Opp, the Doctoral Program Coordinator.
Promoting a Healthy Life-Style on the UT Campus
Many colleges and universities are increasingly using targeted, coordinated wellness programs in their efforts to assist the campus community in making healthier life-style choices. Implementing an effective wellness program at a college or university can strengthen the healthy campus standards and initiatives as well as encourage students to develop and maintain balanced life styles well beyond their college years.
As part of its commitment to healthy student development, the University of Toledo’s Auxiliary Services, in collaboration with the Student Affairs Division, are searching for effective ways to inform and educate students on healthy living styles.
The Team Task:
The Director of Auxiliary Services invites your team to identify and recommend effective ways to strengthen and promote a healthy life-style on the UT campus. Your task is:
- Identify and describe the current student healthy-lifestyle-related information and education initiatives on the UT campus
- Research and present successful information and education initiatives undertaken by institutions similar to UT; this search should focus on successful initiatives not employed by UT
- Identify and present relevant theories of student development or on students that guide successful wellness-related campus initiatives;
- Recommend approaches UT can undertake to address the problem successfully. Your recommendations should be guided by theoretical research and in-depth study of existing effective initiatives.
Your recommendations need to be carefully studied through:
- meetings with professional staff involved in addressing this issue;
- on-line research of best practices on similar campuses;
- books, articles, publications (most major journals are available on-line)
Your case analysis and recommendations will be presented before the Director of Auxiliary Services his team on April 15th, 2009.
(left to right: Candace Dark, Bernadine Patton)