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Resources for Students' Health and Wellness

Resources for Students' Health and Wellness

Overview

CUNY Professors Millicent Freeman and Diane Banks led this two-hour workshop intended to raise awareness and discuss the complexities of an urban student's experience, and their narratives of resilience. This resource is the Power Point presentation used at the event. It includes a long list of resources for CUNY students' health and wellness.

 

Millicent Freeman, (she/her) recently retired from the NYC DOHMH, Director of Outreach of Training at the New York City DOHMH Bureau of Sexually Transmitted Infections.  She is an Adjunct Professor at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, in the Department of Ethnic and Race Studies. She holds a masters’ degree in Health Education and PhD in Counseling.

The PowerPoint Presentation (ft. Resources for Students)

Professors Millicent Freeman and Diane Banks led this two-hour workshop intended to raise awareness and discuss the complexities of an urban student's experience, and their narratives of resilience. The workshop included a brief video screening of Koffee's "Pressure"; a presentation on the preliminary findings from the survey on CUNY students' experiences with crisis; a dialogue with CUNY students, faculty staff, and guest presenters about how students can apply what is taught to becoming advocates for change; and a comprehensive list of CUNY and community resources, and how to access them. 

The attached resource is the Power Point presentation used at the event. It includes a long list of resources for CUNY students' health and wellness.