Event Calendar

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Wed, Mar 27, 2019

"Diverse Students, Campus Climate and Intentional Student Mental Health" with Alfiee Breland-Noble

This workshop supports an open dialogue on amplifying the needs of students of color regarding their perspectives on campus climate, safety and academic success, based on Alfiee Breland-Noble's experiences over 20 plus years as faculty in academic environments, especially academic medicine. She offers insight into lessons learned (directly from the mouths of babes) and uses 20 years of rigorous research to inform faculty and staff on how they can build a portfolio of knowledge to include the voices of the young people they hope to serve.

This workshop is for faculty and staff.

"Shaping Your Vision: Healthy Campus, Healthy You" - Alfiee Breland-Noble

Students attending this workshop will have the opportunity to share their expertise and insights with Alfiee Breland-Noble on the major issues facing Amherst students of racially diverse backgrounds. Using an intersectional lens and acknowledging the realities faced by marginalized young people of color, Alfiee Breland-Noble will provide context for challenges facing Amherst students and will offer unique insights and tools to support student mental health. Lunch will be provided.

Students Only

How to Manage Stress and be More Than "Just Okay" with Alfiee Breland-Noble

This is an experiential workshop designed to help students of color implement self-care tools. Alfiee Breland-Noble will lead students through evidence-based and culturally relevant exercises and discussion on how to support students of color by gaining knowledge of the unique stressors they face while educating on how chronic stress impacts behavior and sharing practical tools to help students manage stress. This session also includes time for students to debrief on the day’s activities and share knowledge gained and insights on their experiences with Alfiee Breland-Noble. Students are expected to leave this session with practical tools to support their self-care routine.

Students Only
The Peer Advocates for Sexual Respect Present: Film Screening Series. Wednesday, March 27 at 7 pm. Jackson Katz: "The Bystander Moment"

Film Screening Series: "The Bystander Moment"

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Pruyne Lecture Hall

Join the peer advocates in an illuminating evening featuring Jackson Katz's renowned documentary "The Bystander Moment." The film draws on male involvement in the #MeToo movement and educates on ways to be an effective bystander!

Ongoing Events

Bodies Week 2019- Celebrate what your body does for you

Bodies Week

Join the Student Health Educators for two weeks of events that focus on exploring your relationship with your body and celebrating what it does for you. See a full list of events on our Facebook!