Leveraging the people and places of Boston for inspiration, students in the English Department's "Ethics in Documentary Film" course grapple with the challenges and questions raised by creative work.
Emmanuel College recognizes that the wellness of our students and employees is crucial to success in academia and in the workplace. With the goal of promoting a healthy lifestyle and cultivating an environment that supports the wellbeing of our community, the College initiated The Wellness Committee in the Fall of 2018.
Chaired by Director of Health Services Lauren Davis, the committee consists mostly of student representatives, as well as some additional Emmanuel staff and faculty. If you are interested in being a part of this initiative, please contact Lauren at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below are some of the functions of the Wellness Committee, as well as information regarding upcoming events and additional wellness resources.
The committee coordinates an array of programs for the College community, such as cooking classes, physical fitness classes, stress management events, STI education and more.
The committee also offers programs in conjunction with student-run clubs and organizations and departments within Student Affairs.
Upcoming programs include:
The committee collaborates with many departments on campus, ensuring that its commitment to wellness is holistic and resourceful. Within the committee are representatives from the Counseling Center, Health Services, Mission & Ministry, Athletics, Residence Life and the Student Government Association.
Below are some of the committee's compiled resources regarding various topics, such as common illnesses, mental health, overall wellbeing and more.
All are encouraged to browse these resources, which are sorted by topic, for information and tips pertaining to your area(s) of interest. This information is provided as a means to encourage participation in your health and wellbeing and is not intended to replace consultation with a licensed professional.
1. Common Illnesses
2. Mental health
4. Sexual Health