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Join us to share comprehensive, evidence-based practices on faculty & staff wellness, student wellness, academic medical centers, and wellness innovation.

Join us for the National Consortium for Building Healthy Academic Communities webinar series on faculty/staff, student and academic medical center health & wellness.

We invite you to help create the National Consortium for Building Healthy Academic Communities. Founding Institutions include Penn State University; West Virginia University; University of Florida; Oklahoma State University; University of California, Irvine; The College of New Jersey; Virginia Tech; Medical University of South Carolina; Cleveland State University; Bucknell University; East Carolina University; Dartmouth College; Iowa State University; Arizona State University; Gustavus Adolphus College; Ohio State University.

Institutional Members include Massachusettes Institute of Technology; University of Akron; University of Louisville; University of North Carolina, Wilmington

Individual Members include Anaheim Union High School District; Arizona Partnership for Immunization; Central Michigan University; Chatham University; Columbus College of Art & Design; Creighton University; Cuyahoga Community College; Harvard University; Kent State University; Kingsborough Community College; Kingsborough Community College; North Carolina State University; Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences; San Diego State University; Southern Advantist University; University of Chicago; University of Findlay; University of Kentucky, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; University of Southern Mississippi; the University of Texas at Tyler, and the University of Utah.

We welcome leaders and representatives who are dedicated to health and wellness from academic institutions of all sizes: faculty, staff, student leaders, administrators, researchers, medical centers, HR officers, as well as policymakers from professional organizations and academia. Health and wellness covers a broad range of campus-wide issues and changing landscapes, including policy and benefits development, strategic planning, leadership and constituent engagement to the development, implementation and evaluation of innovative wellness activities.

More information about membership levels and pricing is available at our National Consortium Section.