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Smoking Committee Report, Wku Staff Council Dec 2014

Smoking Committee Report, Wku Staff Council

Staff Council

Report of the Smoking Committee regarding progress and delays.


Exercise Science, Currey Mccullough Oct 2014

Exercise Science, Currey Mccullough

Undergraduate Research Award

No abstract provided.


Photos That Changed The World: Ted Talk Annotated Resource List, Chris Riehl Sep 2014

Photos That Changed The World: Ted Talk Annotated Resource List, Chris Riehl

Undergraduate Research Award

No abstract provided.


Avoiding The Freshman 15, Samuel Earls, Robin Hume Apr 2014

Avoiding The Freshman 15, Samuel Earls, Robin Hume

Counseling Concepts and Applications for Student Affairs Professionals (CNS 577)

Students face many challenges as they transition into college. One of the most publicly-known issues is the “Freshman Fifteen,” which refers to the average amount of weight that college freshmen are rumored to gain. Students in college often encounter all-you-can-eat buffets, a culture rife with alcohol consumption, an increased level of stress from classes, and other environmental factors that can lead to an unhealthy lifestyle if not properly addressed. This video pamphlet aims to combat the “Freshman Fifteen,” or in general an unhealthy lifestyle at college, by providing pertinent nutritional information and exercise tips. The accompanying brochure provides additional tips ...


Keep A Healthy Lifestyle On A College Student's Budget, Kelcie Dixon, Genia Paige Wilson Apr 2014

Keep A Healthy Lifestyle On A College Student's Budget, Kelcie Dixon, Genia Paige Wilson

Counseling Concepts and Applications for Student Affairs Professionals (CNS 577)

Many college students are introduced to a wide variety of challenges – ones they are going to have to deal with on their own. Most college students are moving away from their parent’s household and realizing the responsibilities of an independent lifestyle. Along with an independent lifestyle, college students are particularly prone to stress, and the majority experience stress because of unpredictable academic commitments, financial burdens, poor eating habits, and lack of time management skills. According to Jenny Haubenreiser, President of the American College Health Association, “Stay alert to stress, anxiety and emotions. Demanding academics, too many social activities (or ...


44th Annual Wku Student Research Conference, Scott Lyons, Chair, Student Research Council Mar 2014

44th Annual Wku Student Research Conference, Scott Lyons, Chair, Student Research Council

Student Research Conference Select Presentations

Abstracts available as a separate download on bottom of page.


2014 Abstracts Student Research Conference, Student Research Conference Jan 2014

2014 Abstracts Student Research Conference, Student Research Conference

Student Research Conference Select Presentations

No abstract provided.


Plan B Career Information: Annotated Resource List, Elizabeth Howard Jan 2014

Plan B Career Information: Annotated Resource List, Elizabeth Howard

Undergraduate Research Award

No abstract provided.