CAS leadership will present two virtual sessions during Well-being in Higher Education week to discuss how to use CAS resources to increase well-being at higher education institutions.
CAS will be participating in the upcoming "Well-being in Higher Education" event series. Leadership from CAS will present two virtual sessions to discuss how to use CAS resources to increase well-being at higher education institutions. Click here to receive more information when registration opens.
February 26 at 2:00p.m. – 2:50p.m. EST: Using the CAS Standards to Frame Health and Wellbeing Initiatives
This session will provide an overview of the CAS Standards and how our 50 sets of professional standards all, at least in part, can facilitate services to support student health and wellbeing. The session will focus specifically on how parts of our standards align with the dimensions of wellness
As a result of this program, attendees will be able to explain how sections of the CAS Standards incorporate wellness as a part of delivering high quality programs and services.
Presented by: Dan Bureau (CAS Member at Large for Research, Assessment and Publications, and Past President, Assistant Vice President for Student Health and Wellbeing), Ray Plaza (Director, Office for Diversity and Inclusion and CAS Member at Large for Standards), and Stacy Andes (Director of Health Promotion and ACHA representative to CAS).
Wednesday, February 28 at 12:00p.m. – 12:50p.m. EST: Using the Cross Functional Framework to Create Campus Approaches to Health and Wellbeing
This section focuses on how users can apply the CAS Cross-Functional Framework for Health and Wellbeing, which outlines six different aspects of the infrastructure necessary to frame coordinated programs, in this case, on health and wellbeing.
As a result of attending this session, participants will be able to identify the six components of a successful cross-functional approach to health and wellbeing.
Presented by: Stacy Andes (Director of Health Promotion and ACHA representative to CAS), Delynne Wilcox (Assistant Director, Student Health Center), and Gina Abrams (Director of Research and Program Evaluation / Associate Professor).
Join over 20 higher education associations as we come together in dialogue around well-being. This buzzword is seemingly everywhere, but what does it really mean? Why does it matter? How can we each contribute to this critical work?
“Well-being in Higher Education: Raising Literacy and Advancing the Conversation” is a series of free, virtual events taking place February 26 - March 1, 2024. The goal is to raise the literacy for well-being among higher education professionals and to advance conversation among colleagues on and across campuses.
Expected learning outcomes for this event are that after attending, participants will be able to:
Participating associations include: AASHE, ACHA, ACPA, ACUI, ACUHO-I, AHEAD, APPA, ASCA, CAS, CUPA-HR, NACA, NACCU, NACE, NACUBO, NACUFS, NASPA, NASFAA, NIRSA, NODA, SCUP, URMIA.
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