Dean of Students and Vice President for Student Affairs
The Council on Health and Well-being is charged with reviewing programs and education, assessment, policy, and reporting requirements for Student Health and Well-being programming. Focusing on health and well-being initiatives, the Council on Health and Well-being will provide feedback on past and future programs to build a student-driven, prevention conscious culture at Michigan Tech.
Goals for the Council on Health and Well-being for 2021-2022:
Goal #1: Identify drinking trends and language used by the campus community during and after the COVID-19 pandemic through data collection and data review.
Goal #2: Promote mental health screenings and assessments that are timely and can be accessed by the student community during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Goal #3: Identify and update communication for the campus community that can be used to prevent, educate and respond to alcohol and other drug instances.
Goal #4: Work with members of the campus community to educate on the Community Conduct Process and provide more clarity to the campus community.
Faculty, staff, student, and community representatives.
- Whitney Boroski (Chair), Manager, the Center for Student Mental Healther and Well-being
- Lily Baker, Well-being Advocate at Michigan Tech member (RSO)
- Hannah Bershing, Well-being Ambassador Senior Staff
- Sarah Dowd, Director of Student-Athlete Wellness and Clinical Services
- Susan Liebau, Assistant Dean of Students and Director, Wahtera Center
- Jill Patterson, Manager, Dining Services
- Laura Putwen, Academic and Community Conduct
- Jessica Bruning, Graduate Student Government
- Ryan Wakeham, Public Safety and Police Services
- Mariah Willmer, Well-being Advocate at Michigan Tech member (RSO)
- Sarah Woodruff, Athletics and the Center for Student Mental Healther and Well-being