University of Southern Indiana


Looking for a guest presentation for your class or student organization this semester? Consider a presentation related to wellness! Presentations are typically 30 minutes, but the length can be adjusted depending on the needs of your group. Contact to schedule a presentation! 

Be Well to Do Well

Description: Wellness expands beyond exercise and healthy eating – it is a multidimensional concept that includes physical, emotional, social, spiritual and financial dimensions. This presentation discusses the importance of self-care and prioritizing our personal wellness and introduces students to the wide range of wellness resources available to them at USI.

Community Wellness - Be an Active Bystander

Description: We all play a role in creating a safe, welcoming and caring campus community. Being an active bystander means taking action when we see/hear something we’re concerned about. Based on the Step-Up Bystander Intervention program, this presentation will discuss the steps to being an active bystander on campus, how to overcome the common challenges to intervening, intervention styles and campus resources.

Stress Less

Description: Stress is an unavoidable part of life, but how we make sense of it and respond to it can make a world of difference for our well-being. This presentation will discuss strategies for stress management including practicing self-care, mindfulness, challenging negative thoughts and more. Campus resources are also highlighted.

Improve your Snooze

Description: Sufficient sleep is necessary for students to retain what they learn in class and is essential for staying both physically and emotionally healthy. This presentation discusses the importance of sleep and introduces students to basic sleep hygiene practices to improve sleep quality.

Choices about Alcohol

Description: Alcohol is a prominent part of the college social scene. Too often, students are harmed by risky drinking because of inaccurate information or misperceptions. This presentation discusses the difference between low-risk drinking and high-risk drinking, the health and academic impacts of alcohol use, campus social norms, strategies for reducing risk and campus resources.

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