This is a friendly reminder to please register for our free upcoming webinar on Low-Risk Alcohol Use on Campus if you are interested in participating. Thank you to those of you who have already registered, we look forward to engaging in discussion with you on Tuesday.
As we have limited capacity, everyone interested in joining must RSVP using the registration button below. Teleconference details, along with a link to our virtual meeting space, will be sent to participants 48 hours in advance of the webinar. Feel free to invite anyone who may also be keen to engage in a discussion about low-risk alcohol use on campus.
Registration for the Creating Conditions for Well-being in Learning Environments: Bridging with Academics webinar on October 29th at 10am will be available soon.
The first webinar in the Changing the Culture of Substance Use series is Balancing Our Thinking Around Drinking led by Tim Dyck from the Centre of Addictions Research of British Columbia (CARBC). This webinar will look at how campuses might apply Low-Risk Drinking Guidelines on campus from a socio-ecological perspective.
Stay Tuned for Other Upcoming Webinars Including:
Clearing the Air: Low Risk Cannabis Use on Campus
Substance Use Policies on Campus
Creating a Healthier Campus Residence
Student Engagement Event
As many of you will know, students and recent alumni up until now have connected via teleconferences, email and at mulit-stakeholder events like the Healthy Minds/Healthy Campuses Summits. We are very excited to announce that this fall will be the first time that BC students and recent alumni will come together and focus on group-identified priorities, including defining the Student Leaders & Recent Alumni group purpose and structure.
Bringing together students and recent alumni from across BC offers a significant opportunity for sharing ideas and building momentum for student-led action on individual campuses and provincially. What do we mean by action? Events, campaigns, groups, initiatives, research, advocacy, etc. About what?From raising awareness about mental health to increasing support to changing policies, practices, programs and environments that impact student wellbeing, learning and success.