On Wed. Nov. 12 from 4:30-6 pm, the Graduate College and the Graduate Student Association will co-sponsor “Total Health for Graduate Students” a free wellness forum to promote well-balanced lifestyles. The forum will be held in Room 208, Bernhard Center. Experts will present effective strategies in four important areas of graduate student wellness:
Achieving Financial Fitness, Susan Huff, PNC Bank
- Living on a graduate student income can challenge even the most frugal individuals. Discover proven money management strategies to stretch your paycheck.
Managing Work-Life Stress, Jenna Gehl Jones, Sindecuse Health Center
- Stress remains one of the greatest barriers to making progress on graduate degrees. Learn techniques to effectively manage stress and improve resiliency.
Revitalizing Your Nutrition, Gretchen Kauth Morin, Sindecuse Health Center
- Finding it difficult to maintain healthy, convenient nutrition on a graduate student budget? Gain new ways of eating smart to sustain your busy lifestyle.
Re-energizing with Exercise, Jen Baily, University Recreation
- The demands of graduate education can wear you down. Learn how to recapture your energy through physical fitness.
Light refreshments and give-aways will be provided. Register at http://www.wmich.edu/grad/events. Call Julie Apker, Faculty Fellow, Graduate College, 269-352-8156 for more information