We currently offer virtual and in-person presentations. Please reach out to us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are requesting a hybrid format. We require a minimum of 10 attendees in the room unless prior arrangements have been made with Health Promotion staff. Requesters are responsible for identifying and reserving a location that has a projection screen, computer/lap-top connection, and audio for in-person presentations.
Health Promotion reserves the right to cancel the presentation should there be minimal attendance, a significantly delayed start time, or other disruptive activity. Presentations are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Due to scheduled commitments, availability may be limited. Health Promotion may NOT be able to fulfill all requests.
Note: These presentations are NOT indicated for sanctioned student organizations. They are designed for general student audiences. If you have been sanctioned to provide education to your student organization/Greek chapter, and would like Health Promotion to fulfill this request, please email us for more information: email@example.com.
This presentation provides a detailed overview of the basics of alcohol and responsible drinking behaviors. The key topics covered are designed to ensure participants can make healthy life decisions when choosing to drink. Participants will be able to recognize a standard drink size, calculate BAC, understand alcohol tolerance, identify signs of alcohol poisoning, and be aware of alcohol related legal issues and how to avoid them.
This presentation explores the motivations behind risky drinking behaviors, the intersection between alcohol and mental health, and best practices for having difficult conversations and helping a friend who may be struggling with their substance use. This presentation is best for groups who have already received some basic alcohol education and would like more in-depth content.
- Available to request as a virtual or in-person presentation (45 or 60 minutes).
This workshop builds understanding of how alcohol use impacts memory, and how this affects consensual communication required for healthy sexual activity. This workshop uses a series of interactive tools and discussion to reduce commonly held misperceptions about the intersection of alcohol and consent, increase bystander intervention strategies for alcohol-related medical emergencies and drug-facilitated sexual assaults, and enhance knowledge of the resources that exist in our community that respond to sexual assault and addiction.
- Recommended for groups that have completed Consent 101 or Alcohol 101. Available to request as either an in-person or virtual presentation (60 or 90 minutes).
This workshop provides evidence-based, foundational knowledge of consent and how to practice and communicate this as a part of healthy relationships: A combination of discussion, activities, and videos to help students learn the full definition of consent, how to engage in verbal and non-verbal communication around intimacy, practice boundaries, and be an active bystander when noticing that consent is disrespected..
- Available to request as an in-person and virtual presentation (60 or 90 minutes).
*Please note this presentation should not be requested for Hullabaloo U sections, as this content is already covered in the course material.*
This instruction is designed to be a student-led discussion, facilitated by Health Promotion, with tangible strategies to help participants establish and maintain a healthy relationship with themselves and others. Using discussion and reflection, participants will identify their personal needs, deal breakers, and compromises; explore personal barriers and boundaries; and reflect on what it means to prioritize self-care and personal health.
- Available to request as either an in-person or virtual presentation (60 or 90 minutes).
In Their Shoes® is a community education tool designed for experiential learning about dating violence. Participants work in groups to progress through six different scenarios, all of which are based on real experiences of individuals who have been in relationships that involve emotional, psychological, verbal, sexual and/or physical abuse. Participants move, act, think, and make choices as the person experiencing the relationship. With their group and the facilitator, the instruction concludes with a discussion about warning signs, relationship health, bystander intervention, and resources.
This presentation can only be facilitated in 75-90 minutes, and is not adaptable.
This workshop is an introduction to understanding different types of violence and abuse experienced across the lifespan, and the health-related consequences that someone may experience as a result of being directly or indirectly affected by interpersonal violence. Students will identify warning signs of abuse, learn basic bystander intervention and harm-reduction strategies, and acquire information on local, state, and national resources that are designed to support those who are impacted in a trauma-informed way.
Sex in the Dark is an interactive program designed to help students anonymously voice questions and concerns about sexual health, sexuality, and relationships. Usually, attendees write questions on slips of paper, which are gathered and drawn and answered at random. This year, Health Promotion will host Sex in the Dark programs via Zoom webinar to maintain anonymity of attendees and their questions. Facilitators will still provide accurate answers and lead an external condom use demo at the end of the program.
- Available to request as a virtual presentation (60 minutes).
Spring Break is the time for rest, relaxation, stress relief, and preparation to finish the semester strong. Spring Break Jeopardy provides students the opportunity to test their knowledge and gain tips, tricks, and resources on how to prepare for the best spring break ever! Categories include General Wellness, Community/Personal Safety, Alcohol, Mental Health, etc.
- Available to request as an in-person presentation (30 or 45 minutes).
How do your personal preferences affect your habits? How can you use this knowledge to form strong stress-management habits? In this presentation, participants will learn where they fall on seven different habit-formation preferences and how to apply that self-knowledge to forming new habits. By learning more about themselves, participants will be equipped to form and maintain habits that work for them.
- Available to request as a virtual or in-person presentation (45 to 60 minutes).
This activity-based workshop helps students understand how gender norms and stereotypes may influence our expectations of those who cause harm or are harmed, and how we react to those individuals. The activity guides students towards acknowledging how stereotypes based on gender identity and gender expression can place perceptions of interpersonal violence victimization and offending into “boxes”; how these perceptions influence rape culture; and how we can build self-awareness to break down these boxes and look at the issue of interpersonal violence in a more holistic and informed way.
- Recommended for groups that have completed Interpersonal Violence Prevention 101. Available to request as either an in-person or virtual presentation (60 or 90 minutes).
This is an overview of our 2-hour Thriving with Resilience Workshop. This presentation provides an overview of the factors that affect personal resilience and how to identify the difference between healthy and unhealthy coping cycles.
Didn’t see what you needed? You can request a custom adaptation that meets the needs of your group! Please tell us more about what you’re looking for using the webform below. Custom adaptations may take more time to develop, and thus please provide Health Promotion with as much flexibility as possible. We will review your request and reach back out to you to determine feasibility and availability. All stipulations mentioned at the top of this page apply to custom requests as well.