Our work in college health seems largely focused around helping our students develop skills to manage challenges that arise, navigate transitions, and find purpose and meaning.
As fall arrives we are welcoming a new group of students to campus and helping them find their way.
This past year I have had some professional and personal transitions of my own. Charley Bradley and Jack Turco, who together have about 60 years of college health experience and have been important role models and mentors for me, retired.
Keynote Speaker: Amelia Arria, PhD, Assoc. Professor, Behavioral and Community Health, University of Maryland.
Dr. Arria is currently involved in several efforts to translate research findings for practical purposes by parents and policy makers. These efforts include a leadership role in the Maryland Collaborative to Reduce College Drinking and Related Problems.
Sept. 20 - Current Position Openings: [click here]
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Key dates and notes:
-October 28-30: 2015 Combined Annual Meeting
-January 1: NECHA 2016 Call for Proposals begins
ACHA 2015 took place Tuesday, May 26- Saturday, May 30, at the beautiful World Center Marriott in Orlando, Florida.
ACHA Award Recipients includes Tufts University's Ariel Wattriss, AANP, NCC. Ariel was recently selected as the 2015 New England recipient of ACHA's New Professional Award. Congratulations go out to Ariel! Stay tuned for more updates on the 2016 Meeting!