ALA 240 Living Well in College and Beyond for Student Leaders
We acknowledge that leaders of a class, team, or group are charged with the responsibility of creating campus environments where members are safe, respected, nurtured, and empowered. This section of ALA 240 is designed for developing leaders to integrate researched-based strategies that are not only critical for individuals, but also have a ripple effect on those around us: the community we live in, and social change in the larger world. This class will focus on exploring leadership theory and wellness competencies alongside the eight dimensions of personal and community well-being, and how these intersect with college public health concerns [such as racism, alcohol and other drugs, loneliness, mental health, etc].
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Building Relationships, Empathy, Resilience, Self-Awareness
Takes place: Fall, Winter and Spring Semesters
Intended for: Undergraduates