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Workshops & Presentations

Looking for a fun, informative presentation on wellness and college life? Called away from your class on business or other obligations? Let us step in! Peer educators and/or professional staff can speak on a variety of topics such as alcohol and other drug issues, sexual health, HIV/AIDS, preventing sexually transmitted infections, contraception, sexual assault, stress management, and more. Presentations can be tailored to your group's needs, on- or off-campus. We can even take attendance and make any announcements you provide.

Our professional staff can also provide specialized training for student leaders or peer programs.



Workshop Topics

For the full range of topics, please stop into the Campus Involvement Center in Baker 355 or call us at (740) 593-4742.

General topics include:

  • Greek Standards
  • Sexual Assault
  • Women's Health
  • Seasonal
  • Tobacco
  • Alcohol
  • Body Image, Nutrition and Wellness
  • Sexuality, Contraception and STIs
  • Men's Health
  • Healthy Masculinity
  • Relationships
  • Drugs



Scheduling a Workshop or Presentation

There are four easy steps to planning a workshop or presentation on a health-related topic:

  • Arrange a date and time. Call 593-4742  two weeks  in advance of the program date. This enables us to fit your request into our schedule and select a POWER member or a staff member to facilitate your program.
  • Confirm program goals. We will call you to discuss with you what you would like to include in your program. The more ideas and direction you provide, the better we can develop a program that meets your needs.
  • Plan promotion. Once we're clear on what program will be provided, you develop and bring to us (at Campus Involvement Center, 355 Baker University Center) a copy of whatever promotional materials (flyer, poster, etc.) you will use to encourage students to attend the program.
  • Check back. Once the plans are in place, call to confirm your arrangements with the facilitator at the start of the week of the program.