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Wellness Network Membership Form
Title / Department
I am interested in being involved with the following sub-committees:
(You will be added to the email listservs for each you choose.)
- This committee works to keep members engaged, give guidance for programming and policies, ensure that our work is representative and inclusive, and plan member events such as brown bag and networking sessions.
Mental Health Promotion
- This committee brings together faculty, staff, and students in order to cultivate a culture that supports and practices evidence-informed mental health promotion at UT-Austin. Specifically, any initiative that emerges from this committee will look at one or more of the following: mindfulness; expressing gratitude; social connectedness; resilience; personal growth & life-purpose discovery; self-acceptance; or creativity and play.
Hazing Prevention -
The Hazing Prevention Committee was created in order to identify campus stakeholders who have an investment in hazing prevention. The committee hopes to develop uniform and consistent messaging and core concepts for our community regarding hazing.
Bevocal: Bystander Intervention -
BeVocal is a university-wide initiative to promote the idea that individual Longhorns have the power to prevent high-risk behavior and harm. BeVocal builds on the existing expertise of campus centers and departments at UT Austin and unifies these with consistent messaging and content.
Healthy Dining -
The Healthy Dining Committee seeks to enhance the campus dining culture for faculty, staff, students, and campus guests through promotion of healthy food and beverage items by providing a variety of accessible and affordable options.
High-Risk Drinking Prevention
- This committee works to reduce high-risk drinking through research, campus and community partnerships, and recommending environmental management strategies and policy changes.
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